Amazonia Restaurant | A taste of something new

Hi guys! so sometime last month i visited the famous rainforest restaurant and did a review of their food and space. It was beautiful indeed. In October, they reached out to me stating that they would be launching a new menu and would love to have me over for a food tasting. I was excited of course because i already knew it would entail exciting new dishes.

For one little reason or the other i almost missed it and even though i was able to be present i was a tad bit late and missed some of the dishes served. I was still able to get a taste of majority of the dishes served. Here are some of the dishes i tried ;

Tuna Tostadas

This definitely made my top 3 dishes. It was kind of like an open taco, and also looked like pizza. It was cut into slices, so to eat it you have to pull out a slice and eat it. It’s quite a mess to eat but definitely really delicious.

Fish cakes

Hmmmmm! i have a lot of thoughts about these fish cakes. They were deep fried and kind of tasted like egg rolls, but fish. At first i tried just the fish cakes without the dressing and the dip and i did not enjoy it. Later on, the chef came and did his thing, explained the entire dish and i tried it all together and loved it. It’s actually a very very interesting dish. The mixed vegetables you see in the picture also included pineapples, which added a natural sweetness to the taste. The dip was an avocado dip. Now, i don’t mean guacamole. I mean mayonnaise, but avocado. Get it?

Sweet Potato Disco Fries

Amazeballs! First of all, i loved that this wasn’t basic Irish potatoes, it was sweet potato and it had a lot going on mehn. It had mixed bell peppers, cheese, tomato sauce and i think minced meat as well. It was fantastic, but my stomach was already getting full so i didn’t have much of it. It’s November and I’m still thinking about it.

Sesame Fried rice

Uhhhh this baby is definitely in my top 3 list. I think i ate the biggest portion from this rice. I love loved it! It was not overly seasoned or cooked and it was colorful as well. I totally recommend.

Szechuan Fish Sauce

Remember my top 3 list? this made the cut too. I didn’t think much of it at first, because my brain was like nahh, this looks black, it will not be sweet. Well, it definitely proved me wrong because it was totally delicious and i loved it. It was the famous giwan ruwa fish in Szechuan sauce (whatever that is) served with vegetables.

Szechuan Spiced Fish

Another giwan ruwa fish, another plate of deliciousness. Just like the Szechuan fish sauce, the Szechuan spiced fish was also delicious as well. Slightly even better i might add. Although we had it on it’s own, it seemed like something to be paired with a side dish (maybe a certain delicious sesame fried rice… hehehehehe)

 Miso Stir Fried Ribeye

All stir fry’s are amazing, PERIOD! This one wasn’t any different. I loved the crunchy veggies, as always. The ribeye tasted nice also. Just like the Szechuan spiced fish, it also needs to be paired with a side…*wink wink*

Green Chilli Rigatoni

Well, just like the name of the dish, it was green. Not very inviting to eat if you ask me. My brain just went omg its green… nahhhh. It wasn’t all that bad really, just that the fact that it was green didn’t entice me. It has chicken, which i loved, the texture was great but the dish wasn’t really for me. The chef said it’s not the type of dish to entice you at first, but it’s one that grows on you. This was true, once i started eating it, i couldn’t stop.

Caramel apple

What’s a great food tasting without dessert right? The caramel apple dessert was the last thing served and it put a great finish to a beautiful tasting. It was beautiful as you can see and it tasted as good as it looked. The sponge cake was perfect!

General review

The new dishes on the Amazonia menu are colorful, delicious and top notch. As usual it’s nothing short of an excellent fine dining experience. I would love to commend Amazonia for always doing their best to stand out and serve the best. Big Kudos to chef Eskay as well for whipping up such delicious meals. It was truly an exciting and learning experience. I look forward to sharing more food tasting experiences with my readers.

If you visit Amazonia and try any of the dishes mentioned, don’t forget to let me know about your experience.

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