Hyatt Regency Kinabalu has launched its brand new dining outlet, Tanjung Ria Kitchen, which was designed to become known as a lifestyle venue and set a refreshing new standard for dining in Kota Kinabalu. Tanjung Ria Kitchen has a main dining room featuring open kitchens concept, the lounge, poolside bar and the residence (phase 2). Tanjung Ria Kitchen has halal certified kitchens presenting the best of local and western cuisine in a contemporary setting. The open kitchens take center stage as the chefs prepare all orders à la minute upon request.
Tanjung Ria Kitchen will provide the ultimate dining experience for guests who wish to savor popular local and western dishes in one seating. While the lounge is the address for that business meeting, wonderful afternoon tea or leisurely evening cocktail in homelike luxurious setting.
Tanjung Ria Kitchen features uplifting design by the renowned team of Tofu Inc. from Japan. “We hold the designers at Tofu Inc. in extremely high regard and their work with other Hyatt hotels have received outstanding customer response. Tanjung Ria Kitchen is another fine example of their ability to marry aesthetically inspiring design with comfort, creativity and functionality,” says Mr. Arifin Darmawan, General Manager of Hyatt Regency Kinabalu. The design component of Tanjung Ria Kitchen incorporates a blend of natural materials from the region, while a play of neutral colours, subtle textures, mood lighting and personally selected sound contribute to the total experience.
Just in time to welcome year 2015, Tanjung Ria Kitchen offers appetizing selection of local and international cuisines, including New Year treats, live entertainment and admission to the happening NYE countdown party at Shenanigan’s.
For more information about Tanjung Ria Kitchen, please contact +60 88 22 1234.
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