Czech Culinary Experience @ Vogue Cafe, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Just a couple of days back, I had the chance to taste some rather nice Czech cuisine during the launch of the Czech Culinary Experience @ Vogue Cafe, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel. Happening from 24 to 29 November 2015, the week-long culinary experience will feature guest Chef Jan Michálek, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Kuala Lumpur. 

Czech Culinary Experience @ Vogue Cafe, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Czech Culinary Experience @ Vogue Cafe, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel



Vogue Cafe
130, Jalan Ampang
55000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2162 2233

Guests at the launch of the Czech Culinary Experience
Guests at the launch of the Czech Culinary Experience

Czech Culinary Experience 2015 offers a tantalizing array of indigenous Czech dishes. Coming all the way from Prague and bringing with him a wealth of experience, Chef Jan Michálek will whip up a selection of traditional and contemporary Czech cuisine

Salát z cervené repy a modrého sýra (Salad of Beets and Blue Cheese)
Salát z cervené repy a modrého sýra (Salad of Beets and Blue Cheese)
Drubezí huspenina (Poultry Aspic)
Drubezí huspenina (Poultry Aspic)

Diners will have the option to choose from an exclusive a la carte selection for lunch and dinner, or enjoy the diverse selection available at the dinner buffet. We got the opportunity to sample their buffet spread that evening, so here are some photos I managed to snap that evening of the Czech cuisine. 


Šunkový kornoutek s krenovým krémem (Chicken Ham Roll with Horseradish and Cheese Cream)
Šunkový kornoutek s krenovým krémem (Chicken Ham Roll with Horseradish and Cheese Cream)
Šunkový kornoutek s krenovým krémem (Chicken Ham Roll with Horseradish and Cheese Cream)
Šunkový kornoutek s krenovým krémem (Chicken Ham Roll with Horseradish and Cheese Cream)
Šunkový knedlík (Chicken Ham Dumpling)
Šunkový knedlík (Chicken Ham Dumpling)

Priced from RM34 nett for an a la carte order or RM135 nett per person for the dinner buffet and half price for children between 6 to 12 years old, do not miss out on this rare treat to indulge in Czech gastronomy. 

Skoricový krém s jablky (Cinnamon Cream with Apples)
Skoricový krém s jablky (Cinnamon Cream with Apples)
Jahodové gaspacho (Strawberry Gazpacho)
Jahodové gaspacho (Strawberry Gazpacho)

Highlights from the a la carte menu are Grilovaný candát, smetanové kroupy, mladý špenát a chřest, česnekové máslo (Grilled perch, creamy barley, young spinach, asparagus and garlic butter) and Pečený hřbet ze zvěřiny s jalovcem, krém z červeného zelí a jablek, jablkové ragu s grilovanými mini patizony, opečené bramborové noky (Roast saddle of venison, juniper, cream of red cabbage and apples, apple ragout with grilled mini squash and roasted potato gnocchi). 

Mramorová bábovka s vanilkovým krémem a vlašskými orechy (Marble Cake with Vanilla Cream and Walnut)
Mramorová bábovka s vanilkovým krémem a vlašskými orechy (Marble Cake with Vanilla Cream and Walnut)

At the buffet, enjoy Šunkový kornoutek s křenovým krémem (Chicken ham roll with horseradish and cheese cream), Houskový knedlík (Bread dumpling), Bramborák (Potato pancakes), Skořicový krém s jablky (Cinnamon cream with apples), Becherovka řez, limetkový sorbet (Becherovka lime sorbet) and more. Now, there are some very tough to pronounce Czech words on the menu. Rest assure, the food is delicious, some need to have a more adventurous palate, but all's good. 

Love this, the Roasted Veal Ribeye
Love this, the Roasted Veal Ribeye

For restaurant reservations and to discover more about the Czech Culinary Experience promotion @ Vogue Cafe, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, do contact 03 2716 9388 or email rhi.kulrn.fb@renaissancehotels.com. Online reservations can be made at www.klrenaissance.com/dining

29 comments :

  1. Congratz Renaissance hotel on the launch! Never tried czech cuisine before. From the looks of it, must be good! :D

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  2. That huge roast sure looks awesome!

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  3. Such great fusion ! I need a go for this one day

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  4. it is always so much fun learning about other culture and other types of food..... it is one of my passions....

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  5. amazing spread of czech food there...have yet to try this type of food but now i am tempted to!

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  6. I'm so hungry now.... All the food here was so delicious. Yummy...

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  7. wow..the food look so tempting wor...wish to try it too!hehe

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  8. Do you know whether it is a halal restaurant or not? The food looks delicious!

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  9. The food looks so delicious~! I would like to try it !

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  10. I love desserts! and your photos looks so delicious it is making my mouth water

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  11. The food looks amazing! I see "meat"!! Very fine-dining like too... So hungry now huhuhu

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  12. Pass the ham slices please! Think that would go very well with sandwiches or my salads lol

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  13. the cuisine looks different from the normal western cuisine we saw. their beetroot salad seems appetizing. must try!

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  14. Gambar makanan isacce semua cantik!!!!! Arghh cikgu please ajar ambil gambar. Use my camera. Maybe cikgu tahu any trick. Hahaha.

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  15. wahhhh... semua sedap2 belaka.. jelesnya dapat makan mcm tu.. next time ajak i ok..

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  16. u really good in making people hungry u know? love the dessert!

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  17. Wow Isaac, your tastebuds are sure going international. Have not tried Czech cuisines before but they sure look appetizing!

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  18. Congratz to their launch. I just finish my lunch but I feel hungry again after seeing your photos.

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  19. I have never thought of eating Czech food before but your post has reminded me on how little of the world I have seen. I'm salivating just by looking at your photos.

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  20. beetroot and blue cheese looks amazing! :D even hotels are opening cafes now eh

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  21. The chicken ham roll is attract my attention and wondering how was the taste.

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  22. Make me hungry now when i reading your post. The Chicken Ham dumpling look special to me. Never try Czech food before. Wish to try it one day.

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  23. why does the food looks so good?? the cheese oh my, the marble cake, can't get my eyes off that

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  24. The picture of the first food make me think that it must be healthy food cuisine. But then it changed to "this is so dam delicious looking food that is not that healthy!" Those pictures there really made my tummy growl of hunger.

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  25. Didn't know much about Czech cuisine until I read your post, would like to try it out too :)

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  26. so hungry now, love to visit your post to see food.
    Shall tell my dear about this, wanna go dine!

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  27. I have never tried czech cuisine before, would like to try it when I have the chance then :)
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  28. oh my everything looks so good ! I've never heard nor tried czech cuisine before but I'd certainly love to!

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  29. I do not know how to pronounce it but get me a Mramorová bábovka s vanilkovým krémem a vlašskými orechy (Marble Cake with Vanilla Cream and Walnut) or two or a dozen please.

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