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Inagiku at StarWorld Macau Presents Delicacies of Winter Fresh Catch

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January 10, 2013

Inagiku at StarWorld Macau Presents Delicacies of Winter Fresh Catch

8 January 2013, Hong Kong & Macau —– Japanese cuisine is known for placing a strong emphasis on the seasonality of ingredients. Renowned for its attentive “Asian Heart” service, StarWorld Macau and its star-rated Japanese restaurant Inagiku are delighted to present a new seasonal menu. It includes an array of seafood delicacies, such as “Marinated Angler Fish Liver”, “Braised Angler Fish in Paper Hot Pot”, “Cod Fish Milt in Yuzu Vinegar”, “Cod Fish Milt Tempura”, “Grilled Buri Fish with Sea Salt or Teriyaki” and “Grilled Hokkaido Kinki with Rock Salt”, designed to appeal to its guests to celebrate the start of a fruitful year with their beloved friends and family in Macau.

The new menu combines precious seafood ingredients, skilful cooking techniques and attractive presentations, bringing guests’ sensational enjoyment to a new level. In addition to the house’s signature “Homemade Bean Curd in Hot Pot” and “Cutlet Japanese Oysters”, Inagiku is bringing warmth to its guests with new seasonal offerings in this freezing winter. 


Marinated Angler Fish Liver


Angler Fish Liver is regarded as a premium delicacy in Japan, being as highly praised as foie gras in France. Angler fish is a deep-dwelling fish with delicious taste; besides the fish bones, the whole fish can be eaten.  In Japan, the value of Angler Fish is almost as high as the celebrated puffer fish. It is also a good source of protein and rich in vitamins. The seasonal menus themed with Angler fish is very popular in January each year in Japan, where the fish is treated as a primary seafood ingredient by Japanese people.

Marinated Angler Fish Liver is seasoned with a homemade blend of sweet and sour sauces. The blushing pink fish liver is presented in an elegant glass bowl with sweet carrot dressing on the side, providing a light flavored yet tasty start to the guests’ gastronomic journey.


Braised Angler Fish in Paper Hot Pot


Braised Angler Fish in Paper Hot Pot is one of the signature dishes that can reflect the Japanese pursuit of perfection. Guests will experience the appetizing scent from the decorous paper hot pot before tasting the braised angler fish soup. The paper pot reduces the oily flavor of the fish and preserves the authentic taste of the precious ingredients. Its graceful presentation will even arouse the appetite before eating the angler fish fillet. 


Cod Fish Milt in Yuzu Vinegar


Cod Fish only returns to the North of Hokkaido for spawning in winter, so Cod Fish milt is another ingredient found in winter and considered as a delicacy in Japanese fine dining. The chefs of Inagiku chill the Cod Fish milt with crushed ice to preserve its freshness and echo the winter decoration theme. This delicate milt is seasoned by Inagiku’s special yuzu vinegar sauces, together with Japanese onions. The chef also recommends guests to pair the dish with the house’s selected sake, enhancing the unique flavor of the milt and, at the same time, amplifying the mellow taste of rice in the sake.

Cod Fish Milt Tempura


One of the most popular signature dishes of Inagiku, “Inagiku Tempura Platter”, is deep-fried with a premium, 100% natural sesame oil from Japan, which lightens the oiliness of a traditional Tempura. This dish is cooked and served upon order so guests can appreciate the crispness with a hint of the sesame oil flavor. For Cod Fish Milt Tempura, the chefs skillfully deep fry the fresh cod fish milt briefly to give it a crispy yet creamy texture.

Besides those newly launched seasonal dishes, the chefs of Inagiku have specially introduced Grilled Buri Fish with Sea Salt or Teriyaki and Grilled Hokkaido Kinki with Rock Salt. These fish are imported directly from Japan and available only in winter. The chefs grill the fish to bring out their original rich and intense flavor. A small amount of Japanese carrot dressing served on the side provides a hint of fresh and sweet taste to reduce the oiliness of the dish.

Birthday Surprises in January 2013

Birthday stars are deserved to be spoiled on their big days!  For those who are going to celebrate their birthdays in January, simply visit StarWorld Macau during January 2013 and can exclusively enjoy a host of pleasant surprises!

  • Offer 1: Two person and above: A complimentary Assorted Seasonal Vegetable Tempura at Inagiku when enjoying lunch set
  • Offer 2: Two person and above: A complimentary bottle of Premium Sake (300ml) or seasonal special drinks (one glass per person) at Inagiku when enjoying dinner set
  • Offer 3: Free $100 e-Bonus to birthday star

Terms and Conditions:

  1. The birthday star must be 21 years old or above and the member of StarWorld Macau’s Galaxy Privilege Club.
  2. Inagiku birthday offers:
  • Reserve 2 days in advance. Please quote “StarWorld surprise to birthday stars” and the offer code printed in this email. Reservations: +853 8290 8668.
  • Please present identification document, Galaxy Privilege Club membership card, and this email for verification when arrive.
  • Cannot be used in conjunction with other offer, promotion, or discount.
  1. E-Bonus: Birthday star can redeem $100 e-bonus with this email at StarWorld Macau Galaxy Privilege Club. 

Amazing offers

HSBC and BOC credit card holders can enjoy a 12% discount at Inagiku during the year 2013, while ICBC credit card holders can enjoy 15%. Galaxy Privilege Club members can also enjoy a 10% discount as well as earning reward points.

Remarks: not applicable during public holidays and its eves

Galaxy Privilege Club members are entitled to receive one reward point for every MOP 100 spent at StarWorld Macau. Members can use their points to redeem for a wide selection of valuable gifts.  Terms and conditions applied.  For more information, please visit StarWorld Macau’s website or Galaxy Privilege Club’s website


Inagiku Japanese Restaurant

About Inagiku

With more than 100 years of heritage, Inagiku Japanese restaurant opened its first and the only branch in Macau at StarWorld Macau in 2006. This renowned Inagiku features a stylish and modern interior in red and black tones, with sleek Japanese dining tables, a dazzling sake bar and glamorous VIP rooms, which showcase the eatery’s artistic taste and decent ambience. The traditional Japanese sculptures and lighting in the restaurant reflect the harmonic blend of Macau’s East meets West culture, shaping a total dining experience to all guests.

Address?                   5/F StarWorld Macau

Opening hours?         12noon – 2:30pm and 6pm – 11pm daily

Reservations?           (853) 8290 8668 

Source: StarWorld Macau

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