Radisson Hotel took part in the Brunei Food Awards (BFA) judging recently, showcasing two of its favourite dishes from its restaurants – Indian specialty restaurant Riwaz and all-day dining restaurant Tasek Brasserie.
In Riwaz, guests were served the Murgh Dum Biryani, a very aromatic biryani rice with delicious, soft, tender and succulent chicken with bursting flavours marinated overnight in a sealed pot served traditionally with mirch ka salan and raita. The meal was completed with Masala ginger tea that produced a warm spice kick that makes it very relaxing to consume.
Radisson’s signature roasted Wagyu beef followed in Tasek Brasserie, with guests enticed by the impressive flavour and texture accompanied with asparagus, infused potato puree and black pepper sauce.
Joining the panel of judges from the BFA committee were High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Brunei Darussalam John Virgoe, Ambassador of Germany to Brunei Darussalam Gerda Winkler, High Commissioner-Designate of Bangladesh to Brunei Darussalam Nahida Rahman Shumona and High Commissioner of Australia to Brunei Darussalam Tiffany McDonald.
“We create and provide a range of dishes that best suit our diverse guests’ needs. We also ensure that we offer the highest quality to earn the trust of our guests. This is reflected in our culture and beliefs to deliver memorable moments every day, everywhere, every time,” said Sales and Marketing Director Paula Munoz.