Romantic Poolside Dinner at Bayou Lagoon Park Resort

After a really long day trekking around Melaka Town on foot, finally it is time for a break. It was time for dinner back in the resort and following our experience in Bayou Lagoon Park Resort, I have to say that I’m really impressed with what the resort had to offer.

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Our host has gone all out as far as to open the water park at night for a private dinner and teambuilding activities. I suppose if you have such request, eg: team building activities at night in the water park, you could forward it to the resort for further discussion.

Anyway, here is sharing with you the romantic and lovely night with husband and Sahabat Media friends during our stay in Bayou Lagoon Park Resort:

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Our table was dimly lit with candlelights

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We opt to sit just beside the pool. 🙂 It was so relaxing

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There was no specific theme for the food that night. Here is part of the delicacy that’s served for dinner that night.

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Our small platter of appetizer. A mix and match of everything from the buffet spread: Stuffed tofu, sliced chicken ham, surimi salad and a side of cucumber slices and tomatoes. These make a good starter for us.

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I was famished so I took a bit of everything: Roasted chicken, roasted potatoes with garlic, stuffed surimi salad and cucumber slices. The roasted chicken was juicy and moist, no complaints on the potatoes this time around and the stuffed surimis was adeptly fried and the sauce complimented it was. The sliced cucumber adds a refreshing touch to the palate.

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On husband’s plate: Roasted chicken slices, stir fried broccoli, sotong goreng kunyit and ayam masak merah. His comment? He loves the roasted chicken. Stir fried broccoli was mediocre, the sotong goreng kunyit was fresh but a tad chewy while the ayam masak merah was lovely and to die for.

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But what won my heart that night was this, the lovely Kuih Cara Berlauk, a savoury Malay traditional kuih made from flour batter mixed with tumeric powder and cooked in special shaped pan, topped with minced meat from leftover rendangs and sliced chillies. These are perfectly done and absolutely delicious. 🙂

There was water play and Karaoke session that night too and husband sang ‘It’s Now Or Never by Elvis Presley’, but won’t be posting any photos on it here cuz I’ve already kept stuff away to avoid the water splashes.

Here is the details should you want to have some splashy or romantic fun in Bayou Lagoon Park Resort:

Bayou Lagoon Park Resort Sdn. Bhd.
Amari Villa, Bayou Lagoon Park Resort,
Jalan Wakaf Utama,
75450 Bukit Katil,
Melaka.
Tel: 06-233 0888
Fax: 06-253 3876
Email : [email protected]
website : www.bayoulagoon.com.my
GPS Coordinates
2 14′ 32.67″ N    102 18′ 23.28″ E
Bayou Lagoon Park Resort Sdn. Bhd.
Amari Villa, Bayou Lagoon Park Resort,
Jalan Wakaf Utama,
75450 Bukit Katil,
Melaka.
Tel: 06-233 0888
Fax: 06-253 3876
Email : [email protected]
website : www.bayoulagoon.com.my

GPS Coordinates
2 14′ 32.67″ N    102 18′ 23.28″ E

The trip to Melaka was made possible by MMode, Santai Travel and Malaysia Tourism. Our accommodation and meals during the stay in Melaka was sponsored by Bayou Lagoon Park Resort.