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MEDZS new Asian Kitchen @ Millenia Walk July 17, 2014

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Medz Asian Kitchen Wok Fried Chilli Crab Profile

MEDZS at Millenia Walk recently revamped its kitchen to include Asian cuisine into its menu to allow diners a more holistic experience that allows them to dine with more choices including a number of popular Asian dishes.  Now it is East meets West under one roof, combining the expertise of western dining into Asian cuisines.  Whenever I am in a big group, there tend to be people who has different taste buds, so the new addition means less headache because if one does like Mediterranean food, there are more choices that are available! 

Medz Asian Kitchen Crispy Fish Skin with Superior BrothCrispy Fish Skin with Superior Broth

It is a good idea to start off with some crispy fish skin.  Although this ain’t Pringles, however it is really a case of once you pop, you can’t stop.  All of us were reaching it over and over again until the plate was empty!  This crispy fish skin will be great as a beer snack too!

Medz Asian Kitchen Braised Tiger Prawn in Superior Broth and PumpkinBraised Tiger Prawns in Superior Broth and Pumpkin

Pumpkin sauce seems to be getting really popular recently.  First in crabs and now in tiger prawns too!  These huge tiger prawns are really fresh and decadent.  I like that the prawns shells are slit such that it is easy to remove the shell and also allows some of the sauce to sip into the flesh of the tiger prawns.  There is plenty of sauce with the prawns, so it probably will be good with some rice.  While the pumpkin and superior broth is good, however I thought having a little more chilli may do some trick to spice up the dish a little.

Medz Asian Kitchen Seafood Mee GorengSeafood Mee Goreng

Medz Asian Kitchen Kampung Seafood Fried RiceKampung Fried Rice

For those who prefer a traditiona main, there is a choice between noodles or rice, or both!  Be warned that while the Mee Goreng looks harmless, but this spicy little thing will work on you slowly.  There is generous serving of seafood: fish, mussels, prawns and squid in the Mee Goreng while the Kampung Fried Rice has no mussels but in substitute is plenty of anchovies (ikan bilis).  However, it is a little upsetting that the Kampung Fried Rice seems to be missing a sunny side up egg like what you would get if you order it from our hawker stores.

Medz Asian Kitchen Soy Braised Beef BrisketSoy Braised Beef Brisket

Although this dish may look the least appetising, however the beef is really tender such that you didn’t need more chewing on it!  There are also braised radish that is a necessary complement to this braised beef dish.  The watercress soup that comes with it is superb!  I helped myself to a second bowl!

Medz Asian Kitchen Roasted Crispy ChickenRoasted Crispy Chicken

I was quite excited about having a roasted crispy chicken as it reminds me of a crispy chicken Ipoh hor fun I had at Changi Village Food Centre recently, however this roasted crispy chicken was a far cry from the one I had in the food centre.  The batter wasn’t crispy at all!  Despite of that, I can still tell that the chicken was well marinated, I guess I can have better luck with getting some crispier if I go for this again the next time.

Medz Asian Kitchen Wok Fried Chilli Crab Wok Fried Chilli Flower Crab

Very few establishment will venture serving flower crab because if it isn’t fresh, it isn’t tasty!  Particularly for flower crab because they have shorter shelf life compared to other crab varieties such as the Sri Lanka versions.  It is a good idea to have flower crab because their shell are not as tough as the Sri Lanka’s which makes it easier to get into the flesh.  The accompanied deep fried buns are great with the chilli crab gravy which we wiped off the last bit of sauce available on the plate!

Medz Melon DrinkMelon Drink

After some hot and spicy chilli crab, it is best to wash it down with a refreshing melon tea.  This is a subtly light melon drink with small cubes of rock melon for you to chew.  I’ll say I hope I learn to make this because it is so wonderful to have this particularly in a hot sunny weather like we have recently.

Medz  Rainbow CakeMEDZS Rainbow Cake

Apparently, MEDZS is also famous with the rainbow cake.  Although I am a fan of rainbow cake because after all, it is just the laborious process of making the different colour cake layers, however I am surprised on how smooth the cake is and its particular consistency in its texture.   This doesn’t just look nice, it taste nice!

Medz Asian Kitchen Brownie with Ice CreamBrownie with Ice-Cream

While I sing praises of the rainbow cake, I must say the brownie with ice-cream is also da-boom!  I cannot remember when was the last time I actually enjoy a decadent brownie like what I had at MEDZS.  The brownie is rich in chocolate taste and soft and warm.  Topped with vanilla ice-cream, almond flakes and icing sugar, this is the dessert to have if you dine in MEDZS.

Medz Asian Kitchen

The Asian Kitchen at MEDZS is currently available at its Millenia Walk outlet only.  Other than those featured dishes, you can also find other traditional Asian delights such as sweet and sour pork, wok fried sirloin and ma pou tofu!  It is quite a nice addition to have some Asian cooking and remember to check out these yummy Asian delights when you come by the Milennia Walk outlet.

MEZS  | Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-46/47/55/56 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596
Tel: 6337 7507 / 6799 8782
Opening Hours:
Friday to Saturday: 11.30am to 1am 
Sunday to Thursday: 11.30am to 12am

MEDZS is also available at Orchard Central.

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