Culinary fusion of Latin American flavours for lunch and dinner at MLH

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MLH invites you to experience a culinary modern fusion of Latin American flavours inspired by its Nuevo Latino expert Executive Chef Indika and exalted by Latin beverages that bring a sizzle to one’s senses.

He has masterfully blended distinctive and traditional foods with classic Latin technique and presentation. The end result is a new, upscale, and delicious range of flavours unique to Chef Indika and to MLH.

Latin fusion food combines tastes from the southern hemisphere: Cuba, Mexico, Peru and more. Tropical flavours reign supreme, and dishes are spicy and yet simple in their preparation.

The zesty flavours with its colourful Latin Fusion menu collection will be complemented with a range of exotic spiced up beverages. If you have a Latin craving, the Latin Fusion menu and drinks will certainly be the flavour of the week.

MLH’s aspiration in its food promotions and particularly from 3 to 9 September for lunch and dinner is to bring Latin Fusion to the local neighbourhood in a warm, personable, and welcoming atmosphere. Chef Indika states: “We are proud of our creations and have therefore extended it for lunch and dinner.”

The menu on offer is:

Gambas “Margarita”: tequila marinated chilled prawns, guacamole, Cajun dust; Atún a la Plancha: Roasted cumin crusted seared tuna loin, pickled watermelon rind, cilantro oil and yucca chips; Océano Índico Kingfish Ceviche: Marinated seer, citrus, pickled green chillie, coconut foam; Sopa De Maize: Chilled sweet roasted corn soup, chorizo, crema fresco; Carne De Cerdo: Double cooked pork belly, creamy black eyed beans, cilantro and salsa roja; Red Snapper a la Plancha: Seared snapper, potato escabeche, sancocho broth, charred pineapple crust; Cordero Chamuscada: Lamb rump, plantain hash, chimichurri sauce, Creole salad; Burrito Vegetables: Flour tortilla wrapped fire grilled vegetables with tomato salsa; Dulce De Leche Ice Cream Sandwich: Milk caramel ice cream, chocolate wafers; Aztec Mocha Pot: Chili, chocolate and coffee pot du crème; Chocolate Cigar: Almond cake wrapped in chocolate mousse, dusted with chocolate and served with dulce de leche ice cream.