Taste The New TEMPTationS at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

[Food & Beverage]



Evonne and I headed over to Renaissance Hotel Kuala Lumpur to try the new menu by Executive Chef Helmut Lamberger and his team at Temptations, the hotel’s all day dining restaurant. The new line-up features Live Cooking Stations throughout the restaurant, with a buffet spread offering both Eastern and Western offerings for lunch and dinner daily.

The new buffet features a wide selection of both cold and hot dishes. The cold selection offers diners an assortment of fresh seafood on ice as well as salads and garden greens.

The hot selection has two (2) choices of soups daily accompanied by an assortment of home-made bread rolls. Some of the notable dishes from the hot selection include Grilled lamb served with miso cream sauce, Seafood skewer with percik sauce, Lamb keema biryani with raita,  Wok-fried prawn in pepper and butter sauce and Murgh khada masala (chicken), Kuzi kambing and Malabari fish curry.


The interior is warm and inviting

The interior is warm and inviting


Assortment of sushi and maki rolls

Sashimi which is constantly refilled

Sashimi which is constantly refilled




Oysters and fresh seafood

Oysters and fresh seafood

More seafood!

More seafood!




At the interactive Live Cooking Stations, there is an assortment of sushi and sashimi, Chinese hot-off-the wok stir-fry, Italian pasta station with as well as an Apam Balik station. All dishes will be cooked on the spot for you and you get to personally select your ingredients to customize your dish the way you want it!


Pasta station

Pasta station


Customise your own pasta


Noodle station



For you sweet-tooths, there’s an array of cakes, puddings, Malay kuih, ice-cream and the restaurant’s all-time favourite Bread and butter pudding with vanilla sauce.







From now until 31 May 2016, guests dining at TEMPTationS will also enjoy the 3+1=3 deal where you only pay for 3 persons and the 4th person dines for free. This offer is not valid with other discounts and vouchers.

On weekends, there are drawing competitions to keep the children occupied during lunch. There are also dining voucher for two (2) persons are up for grabs every week!

The Lunch Buffet is served from 12.00noon to 2.30pm and priced at RM125nett per person and the Dinner Buffet is from 6.30pm to 10.30pm at RM145nett per person. The Long Lunch is available from 12.30pm to 4.00pm every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays and is priced at RM138nett per person. Children from 6 to 12 years old enjoy these buffets at half price.



TEMPTationS is located at:

East Wing – Lobby Level of the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel,

Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang,

50450 Kuala Lumpur,



Telephone: 03 2716 9388

Email: rhi.kulrn.fb@renaissancehotels.com.

Instagram: @renaissancekualalumpur

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RenaissanceKL




POTTED POTTER – The Unauthorized Harry Experience – A West End London Parody by Dan and Jeff



Milestone Production is bringing the magical world of Harry Potter to life at klpac this 2 to 5 June 2016. Potted Potter was hailed as a ‘crowd-pleaser’ by the Guardian London, and has appeared as the Critics’ choice of the New York Times and Time Out London. 

Potted Potter—The Unauthorized Harry Experience—A West End London Parody by Dan and Jeff is based on J.K Rowling’s bestselling series, and takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Harry Potter books (in addition to a real life game of Quidditch) into a fun-filled stage production to be enjoyed by all in a span of 70 minutes.

This Olivier-nominated production was created by two-time Olivier Award-nominated actors Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner. Other shows this dynamic duo have produced include Potted Pirates, Potted Panto and the recent Potted Sherlock. 

First published in 1991 by author J.K Rowling, the Harry Potter series tells the story of Harry Potter, a young boy navigating the strange world of the magic community when he discovers his true heritage as a wizard. Not only does he have to face the typical growing pains of a teenager with his friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, he must also face an enemy of his past—Lord Voldemort, a Dark Wizard who is so feared by everyone that he is referred to as ‘You-Know-Who’ or ‘He Who Must Not be Named’. The journey Harry undergoes as he evolved from a plucky boy to a noble, self-sacrificing hero has garnered millions of readers around the world. 

Having a sold out tour in North America, UK, Singapore and Manila since 2011, the show is making a pitstop in Kuala Lumpur in June 2016. Expect to be entertained by Dan and Jeff as they translate these beloved books into a fun and engaging stage show at Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac).

Potted Potter is presented by Milestone Production, and tickets for this family-friendly show is currently on sale. Tickets for Potted Potter are priced at RM200 (VIP), RM160 (CAT A) and RM100 (CAT B). Ticket prices are not inclusive of 6% GST and RM3 ticketing fee. Early Birds discounts up to 15% off regular ticket prices are available for ticket buyers before 24 April 2016.

Potted Potter is presented by Milestone Production and is supported by Malaysia Major Events; a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau which is an agency under Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism and Culture. Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa is the Official Hotel and Just English is the Official Children Magazine.

Date & Time:

2 June (Thu)  @ 8:30pm

3 June (Fri)    @ 8:30pm

4 June (Sat)   @ 2:30am | 2:30pm | 8:30pm

5 June (Sun) @11:00am | 2:30pm | 5:30pm

For ticket purchase, head over to www.milestone-production.com



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