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A distinguished chef and author, Malulee has spent more than a decade in Indonesia and has cooked for many heads of state, including Queen Elizabeth. She has also been invited to demonstrate her mastery in Southeast Asian cuisine at notable schools, culinary associations such as the James Beard Foundation, and food exhibitions. In addition to her many awards, she also has the Maître Rôtisseur rank from the prestigious Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, an international gastronomy institute, under her belt.
During the festival, Malulee will provide her tried and tested recipes to Patummat Restaurant’s chefs as they prepare Indonesian favourites like the rich, spicy beef rendang, famous Indonesian fried rice nasi goreng, the gado gado salad served with peanut sauce as well as lesser known delicacies such as soto ayam or chicken soup with turmeric and nasi tumpeng or rice wrapped in banana leaf to name a few.
The Indonesian delicacies will be part of Patummat Restaurant’s daily dinner buffet.