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by angelin yeoh
Grilled rack of lamb from Indulge.
The cineplex recently launched Indulge, its premiere movie halls at TGV 1Utama in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, that is complemented by a new dining experience.
Would you like some scrumptious salmon with your movie? Well, now at TGV Cinemas' Indulge, you can.
Located at the TGV Cinemas in 1Utama Shopping Centre in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Indulge provides patrons a new cinematic and dining experience. It is the cineplex outlet's premiere movie halls, where moviegoers get to enjoy their film in big comfy reclining chairs.
But your movie-watching experience gets a whole lot more fun because you can actually eat a proper meal in the hall. We're not talking about popcorn and carbonated drinks here; at Indulge, you get to choose from a full service menu that includes starters, mains and appetisers – just call the waiter from the comforts of your chair!
Some of the items on the menu are smoked duck salad, grilled rack of lamb, cajun chicken, grilled salmon, lamb kofta and panna cotta. The Asian and Western-inspired menu was specially created by TGV Cinemas' in-house chefs.
To make it easier for you to dine in the semi-darkness of a movie hall, your food will be served in a bento set, in which chunkier items will be cut into smaller portions. If you have time to spare before your movie (or after), you can also choose to dine outside of the hall in the lounge area.
For more information, head over to the TGV website. Tickets for movies at the Indulge cinema halls are priced at RM45 (meals not included).
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