Saturday, February 7, 2015

Valentine's Dinner: Signature @ The Roof, Bandar Utama

Valentine's with a view: With a week to go before Feb. 14, couples searching for a distinctive dinner destination can consider looking upward - to Signature at The Roof, which offers the lure of culinary seduction in the sky at First Avenue Bandar Utama.

Dinner is served in Signature's spacious hall, with tall windows providing a commanding panorama of the suburban landscape. This one-night-only Valentine's menu costs RM199 nett per person. For window seating, a champagne purchase is necessary.

 As night falls, musical entertainment is also promised - Nana Lee, an Indonesian singer-songwriter & saxophonist who came to fame in Super Idol Taiwan, is slated to perform to complement the cuisine of Signature's duo of chefs Desmond & Boone.


Couples will begin the evening with complimentary champagne cocktails, a sweet treat for berry lovers.


Indulge first in a buffet spread of soups & starters, from truffle-scented mushroom broth to beef-bacon-laced Caesar salads.





 Each diner can choose one main course, options include lamb shank with roasted rosemary potatoes & sauteed herb veggies, beef wellington tinged with chicken liver & served with mushroom duxelle & potato puree, black cod with wild mushroom risotto & red bell pepper sauce, as well as roasted salmon with avocado & tomato concasse.


 Desserts also come in an all-you-can-eat bounty on a buffet table - this is a small selection of what's expected to be available.



Extra benefits for Valentine's couples include a 20 percent discount off Veuve Clicquot champagne for the night. Alternatively, you can order some of Signature's creative cocktails (not included in the Valentine's package), such as the Black Mojo, which blends blackberries with gin, lemon juice, amaretto & mint.



 And if you require an additional aphrodisiac, keep an eye open for a possible oyster selection. Cupid would certainly approve.



Valentine's Dinner @ Signature
The Roof, Sky Level, First Avenue, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
For reservations & enquiries: 03-7724-1627 (Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm) or 012-3304-629 or 016-2291-505 (everyday after 6pm)

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14 comments:

  1. Sean, this is a perfect setting and ambiance for a romantic dinner! The lamb shank....it looks mouthwatering and scrumptious ...... and with all the trimmings!!! :)

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    1. Linda: i'm glad you like the setting here ... it's definitely distinctive :) it's been a long time since i last had a lamb shank before this too! :)

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  2. Love the look of all the mains, would not know which one to choose. You're having your romantic Valentine Day's dinner here? Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: i'd choose the beef wellington, cos it has the interesting addition of chicken liver stuffed into it, heh :D oh, heh, no, this was an invited valentine's preview of their set dinner :)

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  3. An unexpected post from you Sean. Hope you enjoyed a little romance and bubbly ;-)

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    1. The Yum List: thanks ... it did kinda feel like love was in the air at The Roof :)

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  4. No holding back on a valentine's buffet! You just have to make sure you don't out-eat your date....

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: heh, wise words indeed! the unforeseen perils of a valentine's buffet! :D

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  5. I have a thing for cod and risotto lately, so I'd prolly go for that!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, you're right, the cod and risotto sounds tempting! :D

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  6. Hmmm.. looking for more unique dining options - not just ambiance but food as well. Haven't seen anything worthwhile...
    But I'll go for the wellington here too! :D

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    1. Rebecca: yeah, most outlets do play it safe for valentine's, with tried-&-tested menus and combinations ... beef, fish, chicken, lamb mains :) ya, it was surprising to have the liver twist in the wellington, and it worked well enough :)

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  7. Hmmm the food seems good, but we never celebrate valentine. It's too expensive to makan outside on that day. :P

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    1. CK: i feel the same way in general about chinese new year dinners at restaurants nowadays, heheh :D

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