September 16


09:30 am - 12:30 pm


Eats, Shoots & Roots

About Sayurday
Sayurday is a supperclub-like session featuring a cook that has used some produce from our garden to create interesting food. It’s a 2 hour sit down eating and sharing session, includes a tour and an introduction of the garden, followed with lunch where the chef will share about his/her experiences and his/her food. The format of the lunch can be plated course meals or a dig-in sharing meal.

About Debbie Teoh
Chef Debbie Teoh, a true bred Nyonya, whose father is a Baba from Malacca & mother a Nyonya from Penang. With more than 10 years experience in the food industry, Debbie is also a Nyonya food Consultant for Tourism Malaysia.

Interview with Nyonya Chef, Debbie Teoh

The Menu
1. Perut Ikan
– Sounds fishy! But this dish has lots of herbs and spices:
Torch ginger, Laksa leaf, Kadok leaf, Turmeric, Cekur, Kaffir lime leaf, Long beans, Pineapple, Brinjal, Chilli, Lemongrass, Galangal, Shallots

2. Sweet Potato and Sweet Potato Leaves Lemak with Baby Prawns

3. Pongteh Chicken
– A famous malaccan dish served during ancestral worship

4. Kueh Pulut Inti

5. Lemongrass cooler drink

Session includes
– Lunch
– Garden Tour & Demo
– NEW Seed Box
Registration: 9:30am
Session: 10:00am – 12:30pm
16 September 2016 (MALAYSIA DAY FRIDAY)

Fill in form here:
Register early or bring a friend to get a special rate of RM165. Normal rate RM185.
Limited spaces — 20 pax only

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