Experience the magic of Arthur’s Storehouse, Kitchen Mafia, Big Boyz Barbecue, Yat Sing Smokehouse, and more at the Flavour by Fire festival.
Guinness Malaysia has announced a bigger line-up of renowned chefs and food establishments for its annual Flavour by Fire festival.
The festival, which will take place at Sentul Depot in Kuala Lumpur from August 18-20 and at Fort Cornwallis in Penang on September 2-3, will feature culinary experts showcasing their mastery over fire and creativity with Guinness-infused dishes.
Among the featured chefs are Chef Franky and the team from Arthur’s Storehouse, who will be serving up their signature Guinness barbecue ribs and an authentic Irish favourite – Guinness Irish stew.
Rock & roll celebrity chefs Johnny Fua and Sherson Lian of Kitchen Mafia will also appear with a delectable menu with a new signature dish – Guinness Sticky Lamb Ribs and other surprises.
Other featured establishments include Big Boyz Barbecue, Yat Sing Smokehouse, Kao BBQ, Shucked Oysters & Seafood Bar, Tipsy Boar, Undisclosed Location, and TNR by Sean & Angie.
Desserts, including Guinness chocolate fudge and Guinness Magyum ice cream by Undisclosed Location and Caketella, will also be available.
In addition to the culinary delights, the festival will feature live music performances over the three-day event in Kuala Lumpur.
The festival promises to celebrate bold and exciting flavours that will tantalize one’s taste buds.
“We are thrilled to bring back the Flavour by Fire festival for another year of fiery and flavourful fun,” said Guinness Malaysia.
“We hope to showcase the creativity and culinary prowess of these renowned chefs and food establishments while providing festivalgoers a unique and unforgettable experience.”
Flavour by Fire Festival Preview: Beer-Infused Flame-Cooked Food Event a Hit with Attendees
Meanwhile, foodies and beer lovers gathered at the Flavour by Fire festival preview and masterclass at Makhan by Kitchen Mafia in Petaling Jaya recently to indulge in some of the most flavorful dishes.
The event’s highlight was a Guinness-infused flame-cooked food event featuring a range of dishes and taste tests.
The event was divided into three parts.
The first part, called “Power or fire,” featured a taste test comparison between steak and lamb shoulder cooked using two different methods: fire and electric.
Attendees enjoyed the opportunity to sample both dishes and compare the flavours.
The second part of the event, called “Guinness infusion,” featured a blind taste test of char siew glazes that had been infused with Guinness beer.
Attendees were able to sample different glazes and vote for their favourites.
The third part of the event, “Guinness-infused flame-cooked foods and dessert,” featured a range of dishes infused with Guinness beer.
These included Guinness Chicken Char Siew, served with fragrant chicken rice, chilli jus, and Taiwanese cucumber pickle, and Guinness Sticky Ribs, which had been marinated in a Guinness-infused sauce.
The dessert course featured Guinness-infused clotted cream with flourless chocolate cake and sea salt.
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