Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur
This festive season, Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur will take diners on a culinary journey across Asia including flavors of Malaysia, curated by celebrity Chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob with Executive Chef Junious Dickerson. From 6 May to 4 June 2019, the chefs will take center-stage at the show kitchen of CurATE, Four Season’s Kuala Lumpur’s all-day dining restaurant.
Chef Fazley, is a renowned Malaysian chef who graduated from the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu (Paris), and has been in the spotlight since he won MasterChef Celebrity Malaysia in 2012. Not one to rest on his laurels, he went on to achieve numerous other milestones, including the Most Distinguished Le Cordon Bleu Alumni (Paris) and the Golden Chef Award at the Malaysia International Gastronomy Awards 2018.
Chef Fazley’s signature menu promises guests a celebration to remember, bringing together flavors from Thailand, Indonesia, China, India and of course Malaysia, hosted in the bright, airy interiors of CurATE.
“We are very excited to have Chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob on board, and to introduce his secret recipes and distinctive cooking style to our guests. Since CurATE overlooks Kuala Lumpur’s impressive skyline, our feast will also offer some incredible sunset colors,” says General Manager Tom Roelens.
For corporate groups or guests seeking a more exclusive setting, the hotel can also arrange a private and personalized celebration, combining the true essence of Sajian Nusantara with renowned Four Seasons hospitality.
Chef Fazley’s signature menu will be available every evening from 6 to 12 May and 31 May to 4 June priced at MYR 178nett per person, and at MYR 208nett from 13 to 30 May 2019.
Early bird discount of 20% is available for bookings made before 21 April 2019 with 50% deposits for 6 to 12 May and 31 May to 4 June 2019.
For reservations and additional information, call +603 2382 8630 or head over to https://www.fourseasons.com/kualalumpur/
St. Regis Kuala Lumpur
“Barakat & Syukur” Buffet Dinner at The Astor Room
This festive season, the St. Regis Kuala Lumpur transforms The Astor Room into a dining venue commemorating modern-Malaysian heritage during the special month of Ramadan from 10 May to 2 June 2019.
This year, St. Regis Kuala Lumpur’s culinary team presents iconic dishes inspired by the peninsular states of Malaysia. A must-try is Chef Mohd Ridzwan’s “Mambau” Smoked Lamb with Fresh Turmeric, Bird’s Eye Chili and Fresh Coconut Milk. Originating from Mambau, a small town in Seremban, Chef Ridzwan’s smoked lamb is a family recipe handed down through the generations where the meat and spices are simmered and cooked only in water with no oil added. His other signature dishes include, “Sri Menanti” Chicken Kalio, “Melaka” Spicy and Sour Red Mullet, “Batu Pahat” Basmati Moghul Gam Biryani and many more.
The “Warisan Melayu” themed buffet dinner also highlights Chef de Cuisine, Norazizi bin Taslim’s most sought after dish at The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, his “Slow-Roasted Grass Fed Australian Spring Lamb Marinated with Malay Spice” and served with a selection of pickle, mint sauce, mustard black pepper sauce and roasted coconut tamarind sauce.
Embracing the essence of Malaysia’s multi-ethnic culture, there will also be an array of traditional and international dishes like the “Chicken Rendang”, “Beef Rendang” accompanied with “Lemang”, “Ketupat Palas with Beef and Chicken Serunding”, “Charcoal Fire Chicken”, “Beef Satay” accompanied with sweet and spicy traditional peanut dip, “Classic Malay Chicken Bubur Lambuk” and more.
The Barakat & Syukur buffet dinner is available from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm daily from 10 May to 2 June 2019, priced at MYR228+ per person, at The Astor Room, Lobby Level of The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +603 2727 6696
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
“Aneka Rasa” at JP Teres
Starting from 6 May 2019, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur will be having a Malaysian buffet entitled “Aneka Rasa” at JP Teres, with Malay, Indian and Chinese cuisines selection, as well as Malaysian visual arts from Sireh Pinang Colony.
The buffet presents a complete local experience with over 150 dishes specially curated by Chef Nazib and Chef Sanjay who are keen on sharing their timeless family recipes by emphasizing the heritage of Malaysian flavours. With sustainability and authenticity in mind, the chefs made an effort to source all the ingredients carefully, prioritizing seasonal local produce in the menu.
The extensive buffet set-up spreads from the indoor to the outdoor dining area of JP teres, featuring more than 20 live-cooking and buffet stations including slow-cooked Kambing Golek carving station, grill stations featuring assorted satays, tandoori station, Nasi Kandar station, Middle East specials, Chinese roasted duck pancake station, over 30 mouth-watering desserts and many more.
BARBECUE AND SEAFOOD NIGHTS
On Friday and Saturday nights, the chefs will be firing up the grill for exclusive Barbecue Nights at the outdoor dining area of JP teres featuring a selection of meats and sustainable seafood. Sundays will see freshly prepared sustainable seafood on ice, with highlights that include assorted oysters, tiger prawns and crabs.
Date: 6 May – 31 May 2019 (Mondays to Sundays)
Time: 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
- Early Bird, from 6 – 12 May 2019 priced at MYR 158 nett (Adult) ǀ MYR 79 nett (Child)
- Regular, from 13 – 31 May 2019 priced at MYR 178 nett (Adult) ǀ MYR 89 nett (Child)
- Group Booking Special*, from 13 – 31 May 2019 priced at MYR 168 nett (Adult) ǀ MYR 84 nett (Child)
*Minimum booking of 20 adults is required.
*This pricing is only applicable for bookings confirmed and full pre-payment made by 20 May 2019.
Full pre-payment is required to guarantee a booking and prices quoted are inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% Sales and Services Tax (SST).
For reservations, call JP teres at +603 2182 1234 or email email@example.com
Organize iftar events at Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur throughout this fasting month and celebrate Hari Raya with open house events at the hotel’s thirteen (13) highly versatile events spaces equipped with the latest facilities. Choose from a wide selection of menus with over 50 authentic Malaysian dishes served in buffet style.
For more information, call the hotel’s event specialists at +603 2182 1234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (a minimum booking of 50 persons is required).
Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur
Festive Buffet Dinner at Lemon Garden
This festive season, the culinary team at Shangri-la Kuala Lumpur’s Lemon Garden has curated a buffet menu which infuses rich Malaysian flavours to its wide spread of specialities. The dinner buffet will feature the best of authentic Malaysian and international cuisine at Lemon Garden, Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur between 7pm to 10.30pm from 5 May to 4 June 2018.
The festive dinner buffet will have a live action corner with a barbeque pit at the terrace serving an array of sumptuous delights such as Shish Tawouk (Charcoal Grilled Chicken Cubes), Iranian Kubbiedeh (Charcoal Grill Minced Lamb), Iranian Tikka Mastih (Charcoal Grilled Beef), Barbecued Chicken Wings, Fresh Water Prawns Siamese style, Grilled US Oysters and more.
The Carving Corner will feature succulent Roasted Whole Lamb cooked to perfection with herbs and spices. There will also be a night market stall serving ‘Lemang Pulut’, ‘Lemang Pulut Hitam’, ‘Ketupat Palas’, ‘Serunding Ayam, Daging and Ikan’.
An assortment of fresh seafood such as Steamed Tiger Prawns, Green Lips Mussels, Yabbies and Baby Scallops will also be served at the Seafood Station.
The Malay theatre kitchen will feature flavourful main dishes such as ‘Sambal Udang’ (Spicy Sambal Prawn), ‘Rendang Pipi Lembu’ (Braised Beef Cheek with Malay Herbs and Dried Coconut Paste), ‘Ikan Besar Bakar Sos 3 Rasa’ (Baked Whole Fish with Hot, Sweet and Sour Sauce), ‘Kepak Ayam Madu Panggang’ (Grill Honey Marinated Chicken Wing), ‘Nasi Beriyani Kambing’ (Lamb Biryani), Roast Whole Lamb with Shangri-La Special Marination and more.
Chicken, Beef and Lamb Satay will also be served along with Lamb Soup with Vegetables and Potatoes. Other specialities on the menu include Malay Pickles, ‘Keropok Lekor’ (Fish Crackers) and Malaysian dips.
The cold appetisers on the buffet menu include ‘Jerim Sambal’, ‘Kerabu Taugeh dengan Ikan Masin’, ‘Ikan Masin Bercili’, and more.
The Dessert Pavilion will be featuring an array of desserts such as ‘Ice Kacang with Condiments’, Deep Fried Cempedak, Apam Balik, Durian Cake, Pandan Cakes, Sekaya Cakes, Tropical Tiramisu, Coconut Raisin Tarts and more.
The Shangri-La Group invites its diners to join them in giving to the less fortunate and to do their part to address food waste and world hunger. From 5 May to 4 June 2019, every buffet meal cover generated at the 15 participating hotels across eight countries in Southeast Asia and Middle East, India & Indian Ocean regions will see the Shangri-La Group donating part of the meal proceeds to feed people in need. Each country will be working with a beneficiary to aid in their efforts to address food waste and world hunger. Hunger is one of the big global issues today yet a third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year (approximately 1.3 billion tonnes) is lost or wasted.
Shangri-La Group’s five participating hotels in Malaysia will be supporting The Lost Food Project, one of Malaysia’s food bank pioneers that rescues quality, nutritious surplus food that would otherwise end up in landfill, and redistributes this food to those who need it most. According to Solid Waste Corporation Management (SWCorp Malaysia), a government agency dealing with solid waste, Malaysians generate 16,687.5 tonnes of food waste daily – enough to fill the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers to the brim in just 18 days if the food waste goes into landfills. The Lost Food Project currently rescues an average of 10 tonnes of food per week from going into landfill and redistributes the food to those in need, including 33,000 residents living in low cost flats and other charities. Every cover sold at participating Shangri-La Malaysia restaurants will help The Lost Food Project feed an additional 20 people.
Early Bird Offer is now available for dining period from 5 till 14 May (except 10 & 11 May) at RM 180 nett per person and is only valid from Sunday to Thursday.
The Festive Dinner Buffet is priced at RM 203 nett per person from Sunday to Thursday and the Festive Seafood Dinner Buffet is priced at RM 236 nett per person from Friday to Saturday.
For more info, head over to http://www.shangri-la-specials.com
For reservations, call 03-2074 3900 or email email@example.com
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur
Selera Kampung at Essence
This Ramadan, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur will be preparing a gastronomic feast entitled “Selera Kampung at Essence”. Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur recently relaunched following a multi-million Ringgit transformation. The entire hotel now features a new look with grandeur space that recreates a refined hospitality while incorporating simplicity in style.
The “Selera Kampung at Essence” buffet will feature an array of signature delicacies such as Kerabu Pucuk Paku (Fiddlehead Fern Salad), Asam Pedas Ikan Pari (Fish in Asam Curry), Ikan Bakar with Sambal Belacan and their Ramadan Signature, Gulai Kawah Rusuk Lembu (Beef Rib Stew), along with other authentic and traditional Malay dishes as well as a touch of international favourites.
I really enjoyed the bubur lambuk which was silky smooth and very flavourful from all the herbs and spices! The sup gearbox was also another flavourful option, while the tapai pulut which provides a lovely end to the meal.
The buffet is available from 6 May to 1 June 2019, priced at RM148.00 nett per person.
Enjoy the Early Bird promotion of 25% off when you make bookings from now till 30 April 2019. On top of that, for every 12 adults booked, the 13th adult dine for free. Discount for group bookings of more than 10 persons and selective participating banks are available upon request.
To make a reservation or for any other enquiries, call +603 2717 9933 or email Essence.Venue@sheraton.com
Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
Citarasa Harmoni at Latest Recipe
Latest Recipe at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur will be having a seasonal buffet this Ramadan period with the theme ‘Citarasa Harmoni’ featuring a buffet spread specially curated by Chef Budiman and his team of culinary experts.
The Malay appetiser station will feature a variety of Malay appetisers such as pecal desa, tauhu sumbat, acar limau, popiah basah, and nasi ulam. Also available will be different varieties of kerabu dishes such as, kerabu satay ayam served with cucumber and red onions, kerabu nyonya hidupan laut served with sambal kelapa tumbuk, kerabu ikan salai served with ulaman desa, kerabu perut bakar racik served with sambal kelapa, and kerabu pucuk ubi served with daging racik and cabai merah.
A nice warm and flavourful soup after a day of fasting is always a welcome sight and the selection at Latest Recipe includes favourites such as oxtail, vegetable, potato or bukhari soup. There will also be traditional must-haves such as Bubur Lambok, a traditional Malay porridge.
Chef Budiman adds a little twist of his traditional recipes into the variation of Malay main dishes which includes a selection of main dishes featuring berbiri panggang with rempah al kausar, and sos barak, ayam kalio with potatoes, udang galah with tempoyak and lemak cili kampong and, daging pesamah utara with rebung and kerisik, ikan tongkol berlado hijau. Chef also recommends that diners try the tender rendang kambing, accompanied with wok-fried vegetables and steamed white rice.
There will be live cooking stations, with live goreng-goreng action where the chefs will serve some freshly fried Malay delicacies such as aneka pisang, nangka, keledek, keladi, sukun, cempedak, keropok lekor with sos pedas.
Other local specialties include the soup noodles, laksa Sarawak, mee kari, and sup herba accompanied by a variation of condiments and toppings to choose from.
Adding variety to the buffet will be the Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Western stations. For Indian cuisine, look out for the lamb tandoori, roti naan, dhal curry and other vegetarian and non vegetarian options. At the Chinese station, there will be an array of dim sum selections such as chicken char siew pau, har kow, black pepper siew mai, carrot siew mai, and lo ma kai.
Over at the Japanese counter, expect Japanese delights from sashimi and sushi accompanied with side condiments, selections of teppanyanki and live tempura counter. The Western counter will be serving rotational carvings in addition to the pasta station where diners could request pastas cooked according to their preference.
For sweet tooths, there’s the assorted kuih-muih which includes kuih tepung talam, kuih apam balik, fresh dates, lompang warna warni, kuih ketayap, kuih cara manis, kuih tepung pelita, and kuih wajik. Cool down with the ABC and Cendol with side condiments and a selection of soft serve ice cream, plain or fruity yoghurt.
This ‘Citarasa Harmoni’ buffet dinner will be available at Latest Recipe from 6 May to 4 June 2019, and priced at RM 180 nett per adult and RM 90 nett per child.
Early bird vouchers are available now at RM 128 nett per adult and RM 64 nett per child, on a first-come, first-served basis. For members of Marriott Bonvoy, enjoy 10% discount off the early bird pricing.
For more info or reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +603 2263 7434
You can also can make reservations at https://www.tableapp.com/partner/latest-recipe-le-meridien-kuala-lumpur
Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre
“Santapan Selera Ramadan” Buffet at Taman Sari
Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre’s Executive Chef, Al Fitri Al Bakri and his culinary team will be featuring a delectable Ramadan halal buffet spread of over 100 dishes, which will show-case the best of authentic local dishes and flavours.
Start with a delicious variety of Kerabu – Kerabu Kacang Botol Udang Kering, Kerabu Daging Tomato and Kerabu Ayam Pegaga, and more. Then try some of Hotel Istana’s signatures dishes such as the Salmon Fish Head Curry, Malaysian Satay and Hot Claypot BBQ Chicken Rice.
At the Chefs’ Live Action Stations, look out for local favourites such as Chay Kuey Teow, Lemang and its condiments and the Carvery Station (Whole Roasted Balinese Marinated Lamb served with a selection of Vegetables with Mustard, Black Pepper, Mushroom and Rosemary Sauce) and the list goes on.
The Chefs have also added signatures dishes from various states in Malaysia and countries such as Pakistani Briyani, Murtabak Singapore, Vietnamese Spring Roll, among others.
In addition to an authentic Malay fare, patrons can also choose from a selection of Indian, Western, Chinese and Fusion cuisines.
Hotel Istana is also presenting various durian delights in the form of Glutionous Rice with Serawa Durian, Dodol Durian, Cendol Durian, ABCD – Air Batu Campur with Durian and Durian Crepes.
End the great culinary journey with sweet selections that include Malay Kuih such as Keria, Onde-Onde, Cucur Badak, Bingka Ubi, Tepung Talam, Kuih Lapis or if you fancy a healthy dessert, seasonal local fruits will be on the buffet counter. If you are looking for something more Western – there is the Bread and Butter Pudding, Apple/Blueberry Crumble, Tiramisu, Chocolate Brownies, Cream Brulee.
The hotel can also arrange group and private buka puasa gatherings in the function rooms. In addition to the buffet, there will be a designated prayer room, prayer mats and sandals during Ramadan.
The “Santapan Selera Ramadan” Buffet at Taman Sari Brasserie in Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur is priced at RM158.00 nett per adult, and is available from 8 May to 4 June 2019.
Early Bird Special Vouchers are priced at RM120 nett per adult, and can be used throughout Ramadan month. Reservation is required.
There will be a 15% discount for selected credit cards from 8 May until 4 June 2018 (terms and conditions apply).
There will also be a Raya Buffet Hi-Tea on 5 and 6 June 2018 from 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm for only RM98 nett per adult.
Prior reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment. For inquiries/ reservations, call 03 2141 9988 or 010 222 4717
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
Warisan Tradisi di Serena Brasserie
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur invites diners to celebrate the different palates with a truly Malaysian feast at Serena Brasserie. Themed “Warisan Tradisi di Serena” (Traditional Dishes in Serena), the culinary team have combined their treasured family recipes and expertise to present a spread of childhood favourites that takes diners on a journey down memory lane with classics such as Roti Canai, Ice Cream Potong, Tau Foo Fa, Murtabak and many more this holy month.
Ikan Merah Tiga Rasa Pak Cik Mortaza
A dish close to his heart and one that is prepared with love, Chef Mortaza’s three flavoured Red Snapper infuses sweet, sour and spicy tastes for a deliciously tangy dish. Paired with fresh ingredients including tomatoes, pineapples and capsicum, the fried fish dish strikes a nostalgic note to his childhood days where many memories were made with this family favourite dish.
Uncle Wong’s Stir-Fried Tiger Prawn with Butter Sauce and Egg Floss
Beginning his culinary journey in a local restaurant the first dish Chef Wong mastered was Stir-Fried Tiger Prawn with Butter Sauce and Egg Floss. Not an easy feat, the egg yolks are carefully stirred into hot oil until they turn golden brown, all while ensuring they do not burn. This dish is perfect combination of fresh Tiger Prawns and savoury yet sweetness of the butter sauce.
Kibas Bakar Pak Cik Yusof
Kibas Bakar, lamb that is slow roasted over charcoal, was a staple in Chef Yusof’s village. Savoured for special occasions Kibas Bakar continues to be a much-loved dish as its succulent meat and crisp skin is a treat during the festivities. Marinated overnight with aromatic spices, Chef Yusof’s special marinade is continuously basted over the lamb to ensure every bite tantalises the taste buds.
Chef Roy’s Roti Canai and Murtabak
A true local favourite and definitely a staple for some, Chef Roy’s first dish was the popular toasted flatbread – Roti Canai. His variation features an unconventional shot of Sprite in the dough to provide that enjoyable golden-brown crispiness. A local favourite and found at various open stalls, Roti Canai is often coupled with various curries or Dhal, whereas Murtabak is the same Roti Canai dough, except stuffed with savoury mix of eggs, meat, onions and spices.
Sup Kawah Gear Box Pak Cik Fakrul
A Malay version of Lamb Shank soup, Chef Fakrul learnt to cook this rich and hearty soup from his mother. Boiled over low heat with cinnamon, star anise, and other Malay herbs, he includes a secret ingredient to elevate the flavour, as taught by his mother. The meat is then slow-cooked to ensure a tender, fall-off-the-bone texture that melts in your mouth as you savour this delicacy.
Uncle Chan’s Ice Cream Potong
Ice Cream Potong is one of Chef Chan’s favourite dessert, according to him, he and his mother enjoy dessert very much. He still remember when he was younger, they will visit the night market during the weekends and they will have Ice Cream Potong together. In the olden days, Ice Cream Potong came in large blocks and was cut into small shapes and served in a slice of bread. Chef Chan’s favourite is red bean whilst his mother loves sweet corn.
Aunty Sze Wei’s Homemade Tau Foo Fah
A soft tofu that is submerged into a sweet syrup, this local favourite dessert resonates with many Malaysian childhoods, including Chef Sze Wei who used to help her grandmother to sell her popular Tau Foo Fah at the market. Tender, silky and smooth, Chef Sze Wei adds ginger syrup to enhance the taste of the ordinary palm sugar, making it the perfect treat to cool of your body during the hot weather.
Rojak Buah Pak Amin
Rojak, which means mixture, is commonly a teatime dish that mixes different fruits with a tangy, peanut sauce. Chef Amin’s Rojak principle is simple – a good Rojak sauce consists of prawn paste, sugar, roasted peanuts and chilli paste, while an additional sprinkle of freshly roasted peanuts is the final touch to ensure a tasty Rojak.
Meanwhile, the buffet will also feature an array of Malay appetizers, and fresh seafood such as slipper lobster, oysters, scallops and mussels. Over in the Indian corner, look out for the Chicken Tandoori, Lamb Biryani, Fish Head Curry, Aloo Ghobi and Jinga Korma Prawn. Fans of Oriental cuisine can look forward to Wok-Fried Crab with Kam Heong Sauce, Kung Poh Chicken and many more!
The extensive spread also spans eight action stations with à la minute specials prepared on the spot including Roti John, Shawarma, Tandoori, Rojak, and Kibas Bakaer. Other stations include the grilled station, featuring seafood, Lamb Shoulder and Beef Steak, a deep-fried station and a dessert station serving Ice Cream Potong, Cendol and Ice Kacang.
For dessert, there well be Western-style desserts such as a chocolate fountain, and assorted cakes, as well as local Malay pastries such as Kuih Talam, Onde-Onde, Kuih Lapis and Malay Cookies.
Warisan Tradisi di Serena Buffet will be available from 6 May to 4 June 2019, priced at RM 188 (Adult) and RM 69 (Child) for weekdays, and RM 158 (Adult) and RM 55 (Child) for weekends.
The Joy of Sharing
Inspired by the season’s true spirit of giving and sharing, the hotel’s signature Tao Chinese Cuisine restaurant will be offering a sharing-style menu for diners who want a non-traditional experience to break fast with family and friends, while Tatsu Japanese restaurant will be offering a Bento Selera priced at RM 110 per set from 6 May till 4 June 2019.
Hari Raya High-Tea Buffet
Catch up on nostalgic Raya memories over a delightful High Tea Buffet featuring authentic Malay delicacies on 5 and 6 June 2019, priced at RM 108 per person, from 12.00noon till 3.00pm.
A special offer of 30% will be given to guests who dine from 6 to 10 May 2019 in Serena. Gourmet Collection members are rewarded a 25% discount while IHG Rewards Club Members, In-House Guests, CIMB, Citi Bank, UOB Bank and HSBC Bank card holders are entitled for a 20% discount.
For added convenience, a spacious prayer room complete with mihrab is located on Level 5 of the hotel.
Banquet and Catering Raya Open House
A banquet package is available for a minimum of 200 persons, with a complimentary whole lamb included in the package priced at RM165 nett per person. The package also includes complimentary standard Raya-themed decoration and the use of standard AV equipment.
For more information or to make a restaurant reservation, call Serena Brasserie at +603 2782 6228 or e-mail email@example.com
Banquet and Catering can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +603 2782 6341
For reservations or more information, call +603 2782 6168 or head over to kualalumpur.intercontinental.com/
Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara
A Malaysian Heritage Experience by Chef Dato’ Ismail at Kwee Zeen
Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara celebrates the Holy month of Ramadan with a seasonal buffet spread in collaboration with Chef Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad featuring best of traditional Malay cuisine.
Kwee Zeen, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, will welcome guests with warm and traditional decorations which compliment the culinary delights. The Hotel’s Executive Chef Kim Gates, together with celebrity Chef Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad promise to provide guests with authentic flavour of traditional Malay cuisine. Apart from that, the buffet will also feature more than 180 delightful dishes, a mix of Fresh Seafood, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Western favourites.
The salad bar offers Pecal, Lawar Jantung, Rendang Pucuk Ubi, Kerabu Mangga Muda, Kerabu Taugeh and Kerang, Kerabu Daging Bakar, and more to kick start your appetite. Among the main courses are Ayam Percik Kelantan, Daging Salai Masak Lemak Cili Padi, Asam Pedas Ikan Pari, Sambal Udang Petai, Telur Itik Masak Lemak Cili Api among others. In addition, the buffet will also feature one of Chef Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad’s most famous creations, Ayam Golek Istana, a royal dish prepare only to be served in the Palace. There will also be live carving stations and grill sections. For dessert lovers, indulge in a wide variety of local Malaysian delicacies like Pulut Durian and Seri Muka, Cendol, assorted cakes, and pastries, and more.
“We strive to elevate the guests’ dining experience as much as possible by using fresh ingredients and traditional cooking methods to retain the original taste of each dish. Besides all that, the best recipes are still patience and cooking from the heart” said Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad.
“This year in honour of holy Ramadan, we prepared our menus focus on popular dishes from all over Malaysia. These are traditional Malay dishes prepared home cooked style, and with the help of Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad, we want to transport our guests to the kitchens of homes in Malaysia,” said Franck Loison, General Manager at Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara.
“Though he has a hectic schedule to keep to, Dato’ Chef Haji Ismail Ahmad spent 3 days with my team and I sharing some of his greatest tips, tricks and cooking technique for our preparation”, Kim Gates, Executive Chef of Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara. Kim further adds that there will be a rotation of menus throughout the month.
Besides offering an assortment of tantalizing delicacies, the feast will see live ‘gamelan’ performance. Surau facilities are available for Muslim guests as well as ample parking spaces.
From now till 30 April 2019, there will be early bird voucher available for sale priced at RM158.00nett per adult and RM79.00nett per child.
Normal Price, 4 May to 4 June 2019:
RM188.00nett per adult
RM94.00nett per children
Sofi’s Deli offers delectable home-made cookies, cakes and classic Ramadan delicacies such as baklava and a wide selection of premium dates. The hampers will be made available from 4 May to 10 June and price from RM200.00nett onwards.
Sahur set is available daily throughout the fasting month for in-house Muslim guests, priced at RM85.00nett per person from 2.00am to 5.00am.
The hotel is also offering a special rate from RM638.60+ per room per night at Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara between 4 and 31 May 2019. The offer includes sahur or breakfast and buffet lunch or dinner.
For enquiries and reservations, email HA123-FB2@SOFITEL.COM or call (03) 2720 6688
The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Festive Variety Dinner at Contango
Contango has two open kitchens which will be dishing out a variety of cuisines including Japanese, Thai, Western, Italian and a special emphasis on Malay cuisine this festive season. This seasonal buffet is available from 3 May to 6 June 2019, priced at RM150 nett per pax.
Majestic Festive Banquet
Over at Majestic Hotel’s functions rooms on Level 3, diners get to partake of over a hundred classic Malay recipes from around Malaysia, specially prepared by Chef Zaidi and his team. Look out for specialties such as the Sambal Udang Galah, Rendang Kambing, and Ketam Lemak Cili Padi.
This festive offering is priced at RM125 nett per pax, and is available from 11 May to 2 June 2019.
For reservations or more info, call 03-27858000
Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Selera Kampung Buffet Dinner at Gobo Chit Chat
Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur brings authentic kampung fare at Gobo Chit Chat – providing the perfect meal away from your “Kampung”. The hotel’s chefs and the culinary team have carefully put together a special menu for the Selera Kampung buffet featuring tempting local delights and international cuisine.
The Gobo Chit Chat team and chefs will combine elements from different cultures in the buffet spread. By preparing a spectacular array of more than 160 dishes, from Chicken Murtabak, Bubur Lambuk Kambing, Ikan Patin Tempoyak, and Roti Canai, to the signature traditional Malay dessert Pengat Durian.
As with the restaurant’s tradition, there will be endless supply of New Zealand ice-cream for dessert. This year, there will be an additional special station – ‘Durians for dessert’ with various types of durians for diners to enjoy.
The Selera Kampung buffet is on nightly during the fasting month from 6.30pm to 10.30pm priced at:
5 May to 10 May (1st & 2nd week)
RM 129 nett per person without Durian for Dessert
RM 159 nett per person inclusive of Durian for Dessert
11 May to 4 June (3rd & 4th week)
RM 139 nett per person without Durian for Dessert
RM 169 nett per person inclusive of Durian for Dessert
There is also an exclusive 5+1 offer, whereby for every group of six persons and one dines for free. The Selera Kampung early bird vouchers is available for purchase from now to 30 April 2019., priced at RM 99 nett per person and is valid throughout the month of Ramadhan. Early bird voucher holders are not entitled for Durian for Dessert.
For reservations, call +603 2332 9905 or email at email@example.com
Impiana KLCC Hotel
Selera Serantau at Tonka Bean Café & Deli
This Ramadan, Impiana KLCC Hotel promises a memorable “berbuka puasa” experience with the Selera Serantau Ramadan Buffet Dinner featuring more than 200 specially prepared traditional local favourites, to be savoured with the soothing sounds of a live traditional ghazal performance in the background.
Upon breaking fast with refreshing ZamZam water, tuck into a delectable and generous buffet spread featuring the best of Malaysian cuisine, prepared using the finest halal ingredients. Highlights of buffet spread are the chef’s signature dishes Sup Gearbox Meletup!, Kari Kepala Ikan Selatan, Nasi Briyani Gam Kambing Istimewa, and unlimited servings of durian and Baskin Robbins ice cream.
The feast is a fusion of flavours and cooking styles, and diners will indeed be spoilt for choice.
Selera Serantau will appeal to discerning diners who appreciate Malaysian dishes cooked according to traditional recipes. Not to be missed are the Impiana Roti John, Ikan Bakar with Traditional Malay Spices, Kerutub Daging, Telur Itik Serati Lemak Cili Padi, Ekor Pedas Berempah, Ayam Goreng Ketumbar Istimewa, ‘Cheezy’ Pisang Abu Goreng with condiments (Grated Cheddar and Chocolate, Condensed Milk, Honey and Gula Melaka Syrup), and lots more!
For added variety, there are the Ocean Treasures counter with Half Shell Scallops, Poached Tiger Prawns, Black Mussels; and dedicated counters for Western and Chinese cuisine serving much-loved dishes like Tiger Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk and Oatmeal, Deep Fried Fish with Thai Chili Sauce and Whole Marinated Roast Lamb for diners seeking to spice up their culinary journey.
Selera Serantau is priced at RM148.00+ per adult / RM74.00+ per child and will be available at Tonka Bean Café and Deli, Impiana KLCC Hotel from 5 May – 4 June 2019, 6.30pm – 10.00pm.
Early Bird discounts of 30% and 25% are applicable for bookings received from now until 20 April 2019 and 21 April-4 May 2019 respectively. A “Buy 10 Free 1” offer is available for group bookings received from 10-29 May 2019. For Selera Serantau Ramadan Buffet reservations, call 03-2147 1111 (ext. 3034, 3035) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramadan Room Deal
An attractive room deal awaits guests who reserve their rooms at Impiana KLCC Hotel between now and 15 April 2019, for stays at the Hotel from 1-31 May 2019. Guests who book a minimum of two consecutive nights stay at Impiana KLCC Hotel will be entitled to discounted rates for Deluxe, Club Deluxe and Club Premier rooms:
Deluxe Room : RM380+ per room for two nights stay
Club Deluxe Room : RM650+ per room for two nights stay
Club Premier Room : RM700+ per room for two nights stay
The room rates quoted are inclusive of breakfast for one (1) person. Club Deluxe and Club Premier Room guests will enjoy access to the Hotel’s Club Lounge which serves daily breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails with canapés, coffee, tea and non-alcoholic beverages. For business needs, complimentary unlimited internet service and use of the Club Lounge discussion room is available for up to two hours daily by reservation.
The offer is subject to further terms and conditions and applies exclusively to room bookings made via the Impiana KLCC Hotel official website: https://kualalumpurhotels.impiana.com.my, or the Hotel’s Reservations Department (tel. 03-2147 1111 / e-mail: email@example.com)
Element Kuala Lumpur
‘Ayahku Tukang Masak’ at TRACE
Element Kuala Lumpur welcomes Ramadan 2019 with the ‘Ayahku Tukang Masak’ buffet at TRACE restaurant which is located on the 40th floor of the hotel. Executive Chef Man and his culinary team brings that keluarga kampung nostalgia with a spread of popular classic dishes.
Break fast in the sky with refreshing greens and local salads such as Fresh Papaya Salad, Smoked Meat Salad, Chicken with Mushroom Salad (Kerabu Betik Muda, Kerabu Daging Salad, Kerabu Ayam Cendawan) while soaking in the magnificent city view of Kuala Lumpur.
A must-try from the menu includes Asam Laksa from the noodle station, a hot and sour soup with rice noodles made with fish stock and local herbs, guaranteed to be lip smacking delicious. Not to forget the chef’s selection of Ayam Masak Ross, Rendang Daging Minang, Udang Goreng Jintan Berempah and Ikan Masin Masak Lemak Pisang. Indulge in roasted chicken, duck and lamb, also not forgetting Chef’s lemang and ketupat.
‘Ayahku Tukang Masak’ displays the highlight for this year, at the “Bapa KU” grill station. Sample a variety of grilled meat selection from premium sirloin steak, lamb chops, chicken escallops, and seafood arrays to meat sausages, dressed in special homemade condiments.
Look out for the Barbecue Beef Brisket with roasted vegetable and grilled pineapples, which is sliced and served from a mobile trolley.
Diners can round up the culinary journey at the sweet corner and be spoilt for choice by the vast variety of desserts. The dessert corner features a range of popular Malay kuih-muih as well as cheese cake, red velvet cake, strawberry lychee mousse, crème burlee and plenty more. Not to be missed is the warm Serawa Durian with Arabic bread.
These dishes will vary each day throughout the whole month to ensure diners enjoy a variety of offerings. At the end of the buffet, diners can bring home a package of meat spices prepared to perfection as a bespoke giveaway to replicate Chef’s signature dishes at home.
Priced at RM 148.00 nett per adult & RM 74.00 nett per child, the Ayahku Tukang Masak Buffet promotion will be available from 6.00pm to 10.30pm at TRACE restaurant and bar, from 7th May – 2nd June 2019.
Early bird offer is priced at RM 98.00 nett per person from 15th March – 1st May 2019.
For reservations, call 603 2771 3351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boulevard St. Giles Hotel Mid Valley
Bazaria Buffet at Wild Rice Restaurant
The Boulevard St. Giles Hotel will be offering their annual Iftar menu this coming fasting month of May. With the theme of “Bazaria Buffet Dinner – Experience Alfresco Dining by the poolside”, it will offer diners an open air iftar experience under the sky by the poolside with BBQ setup, and more than 10 hawker stalls featuring an array of traditional Malay dishes.
The hotel recommends the traditional Ulam, Kerabu and Rojak (Rojak Buah, Rojak Pasembur, Sotong Kangkung, Rojak Petis and Gado-Gado) to excite those taste buds. Savour generous servings of Nasi Briyani or Nasi Goreng Petai coupled with Ayam Rendang Pucuk Ubi (Tapioca Leaf Rendang Chicken), Ekor Asam Pedas (Spicy & Sour Oxtail), Sambal Petai Prawn, Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak, Terung Berlada (Peppered Eggplant) and Paru Berlado.
The grill station will be featuring Ayam Percik (Coconut Spiced Chicken), roast lamb, honey-coated chicken wings ala Sarawak, and an assortment of grilled fish.
There will also be other stalls such as the Char Koay Teow stall, aneka bubur stall serving bubur ashura, bubur lambuk, bubur pulut hitam, and traditional Goreng-Gorengan stall by Cik Ton serving Pisang Goreng, Cempedak Goreng, Sukun, Keledek Goreng and Cucur Udang.
The dessert section will feature Durian Cendol & Ice Kacang, an array of local puddings, kuih-muih, ais kacang, tapai ubi and tapai pulut.
The Bazaria Buffet Dinner will be held at the Wild Rice Restaurant, located on Level 9 of the hotel, priced at RM98+ per adult and RM48+ per child (6-12 years old). The restaurant is helmed by Chef Sheng, one of Malaysia’s most decorated chefs with over a decade of culinary experience in both traditional and high-end cuisines.
With multiple awards under his apron, you can expect an unforgettable gastronomic experience unlike any other, with an ambience that is unmistakably Malaysian.
The “Buy 1, 50% discount for 2nd Person” promotions from now until 10th May 2019.
For bookings and reservations, call +603 2295 8124 or +60102208124
PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur
‘Selera Istimewa Bonda’ Ramadan Special at Chatz Brasserie
PARKROYAL Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be having a special Ramadan Promotion with the theme ‘Selera Istimewa Bonda’ starting from the 5th of May until the 4th of June 2019. The buffet will be offering a variety of traditional dishes specially prepared by the hotel’s chefs which will take you down memory lane, evoking nostalgia of your mother’s cooking and traditional recipes.
These local highlight dishes are specially prepared by designated chefs from their respective states, where all ingredients are selected thoroughly to ensure the authenticity and originality of the local dish.
For this Ramadan Special at Chatz Brasserie, diners can look forward to the hotel’s special take on ‘Malaysian Cuisine’ with a variety of Malay traditional flavours, live food stall stations with local food concepts and a truly authentic Kampong style local ambience which guests can truly experience the Malaysian culture at its finest.
One of the highlights will be the Lok – Lok (Steamboat) where guests can choose a variety of ingredients of more than ten items alongside a special home-made sauce elevating this steamboat from the traditional Lok food truck on the streets.
Other highly recommended dishes include the special ‘Ayam Pansuh’ which is diced and cooked in a bamboo stalk, Bubur Pedas which is normally eaten during Ramadan (the Chef’s signature specialty), Chef Stewart’s signature Kolo Mee, and Oxtail Asam Pedas.
There will also be a made to order Teh Tarik trolley which will visit each table, providing diners an up close view of the Teh Tarik making process.
For reservations and enquiries, call +60 3 2147 0088, email email@example.com or head over to parkroyalhotels.com
The Saujana Hotel
“Tarikan Juadah dari Sentuhan Sanubari’” Buffet Dinner at Charcoal
The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur welcomes Ramadhan 2019 with an array of Iftar offerings at Charcoal during the upcoming holy month. The buffet dinner at Charcoal – the hotel’s all day dining restaurant, will be featuring over 180 mouth-watering specialties from Malay, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Middle Eastern and more.
Look out for some signature dishes such as the ‘Sup Gear Box’, ‘Kambing Golek’ (a slow-roasted whole marinated Lamb in Percik Spice), ‘Ayam Kampung Masak Merah Saujana’, ‘Gulai Ikan Yu dengan Daun Kesom’, ‘Ketam Masak Lada Hitam’, ‘Daging Masak Merah dengan Nenas’, ‘Sotong Goreng Rangup Masak Pedas’, ‘Kai Lan Goreng Ikan Masin Cili Padi’, ‘Udang Laut Goreng Butter Basah’, ‘Roasted Duck with Spicy Sauce’, ‘Ikan Patin Asam Tempoyak’, Daging Masak Hitam Charcoal, and more.
The Seafood-on-ice section includes Poached Tiger Prawns, Flower Crabs and New Zealand Mussels, while if you’re a fan of traditional Nyonya dishes, Aunty Bel has an array of freshly prepared Nyonya dishes.
I personally enjoyed the Baked Fresh Oysters with Orange Cheddar Cheese and Creamed Spinach, as well as the freshly shucked oysters. The kambing golek and rendang daging were also very delicious, and being someone who likes ikan masin, I was thrilled to find six (6) different types of ikan masin which were still crispy!
Charcoal’s new creation this year is the Marinated Squid with Turmeric, while the Beef Striploin in Saffron and Cardamom, and the ‘Kerang dengan Air Asam’ are also highly recommended by the chefs.
The restaurant has an open kitchen concept where you can witness the chefs creating the dishes at the live cooking stations which includes the Charcoal Nasi Lemak Telur Bungkus – comprising of Chef’s Flavour of Coconut Rice Sambal Ikan Bilis and Bawang, Sambal Ikan Sardin, Ayam Panggang Percik, ‘Goreng-Goreng’ stall, ‘Ulam-ulaman’, six types of ‘Jeruk’ on rotation, ‘Bubur Lambuk’ and sweets like Dodol, Buah Kurma, Tapai Pulut, Tapai Ubi and other Malay kuih muih, ‘Bubur Pulut Durian’, ‘Ice Kacang with Durian Paste’ and Western desserts such as Hazelnut Chocolate Cake, Black Forest Cake, followed by ‘Buah-buahan Tempatan’ and a ‘Kopitiam’ stall.
The buffet is priced at RM162++ per adult while children between the ages of six and twelve years old can enjoy 50% discount (those below the age of 6 years old dine for free!). Maybank and CIMB cardholders, Lifestyle by Saujana and Saujana Golf and Country Club members will enjoy a 20% discount with T&C apply. Early bird discounts and Ramadhan Buffet Gift vouchers are also available.
For in-house guests, in-room Sahur request is available with prior reservation.
For larger groups wishing for a unique Iftar experience, the function rooms are available for groups of 40 or more, while the ballroom can be transformed into a ‘KampungKu’ atmosphere with special Batik runners and tiebacks filled with Pelita and Ketupat decoration, priced at RM165 nett per adult.
For guests preferring to break-fast in the comfort of their homes or in more exclusive venues, the hotel also provides outside catering. Contact the Catering Team at 03 7843 1234, ext. 6053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New World Hotel Petaling Jaya
Santapan Warisan at Pasar Baru
New World Petaling Jaya Hotel has a special buffet this Ramadan period entitled “Santapan Warisan” with a lively market-style set-up at Pasar Baru. The hotel’s Executive Chef – Joshua Er, together with his master chefs have skillfully put together a buffet spread which feature over 100 mouth-watering dishes of local and traditional Malaysian delicacies.
There’s a selection of imported seafood such as yabbies, bamboo clams and crabs and prawns. Then indulge in the traditionally prepared Malay dishes from the main buffet counter, including Pasar Baru’s signature made-to-order beef and chicken satay, freshly grilled seafood, and traditional ‘bubur lambuk’. Those looking for lighter and healthier options can toss their own ulam-ulam (mixed viands) or pick from a variety of ready-made salads on offer.
A must-have is Pasar Baru’s roasted lamb, which is accompanied with a whole variety of sauces. For sweet tooths, there are many desserts including sago gula Melaka, blueberry cheese tarts, a selection of home-made Malay kuih, and you can even make your own sundae with soft-serve from the ice-cream machine.
The various live-action stations will give diners a first-hand view of the preparation as the chefs prepare and serve the fare, from noodles noodle and lok-lok station to roti canai, murtabak, and even crepes at the dessert section.
My personal favourite is the steamed chicken rice which is really tender and juicy. Have it with lots of ginger and the special garlic chili sauce! The curry noodles is pretty decent too and you can load it up with lots of ingredients!
The “Santapan Warisan” buffet is available from 3 May to 31 May 2019, 6.30pm to 10.30pm and is priced at RM128 nett per adult and RM64 nett for children aged 5 to 11 years.
Early Bird Deals are available from 1 April to 30 April 2019 priced at RM88nett (in the ballroom) or RM99nett (at Pasar Baru).
For more info/ reservations, telephone (603) 7682 0000 or email@example.com
One World Hotel Petaling Jaya
Kembara Tujuh Sajian at Cinnamon Coffee House
One World Hotel Petaling Jaya’s concept of offering traditional flavours returns in its ‘Kembara Tujuh Sajian’ promotion at Cinnamon Coffee House this May. The buffet line-up once again spotlights time-tested kampung-styled dishes and local street fare.
The buffet features six rotational menus with over 100 dishes daily. Executive Sous Chef Saiful Baharin recommends the Kari Ayam Kandar, Sambal Udang Petai, Kambing Semur Kerisik, Gulai Daging Tetel Kawah Tok, Asam Ikan Pedas, Perut Lembu Masak Cili Api and Sayur Pucuk Manis as the must try dishes.
Desserts range from Western-styled sweets such as Coconut Choux, Apple Cinnamon Frangipane, Baked Lime Cheese Cake, Mango Panna Cotta, Raspberry Éclair, Pavlova to local ones like Assorted Kuih Muih, Agar Agar, Kek Kukus, Bubur Pengat Pisang, Ais Kacang and Pulut Serawa Durian.
Kembara Tujuh Sajian at Cinnamon Coffee House is priced at RM148.00 nett per adult and RM78.00 nett per child aged 6 – 12 years from 24 Apr to 05 May, and RM175.00 nett and RM90.00 nett respectively from 06 May to 04 June 2019, from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
Reservations are encouraged to avoid disappointment.
For reservations or more info, call 603 – 7681 1157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheraton Petaling Jaya
Hidangan Nostalgia at Feast
Sheraton will be having their “Hidangan Nostalgia” buka puasa buffet dinner in both Feast All Day Dining and the Grand Ballroom. The buffet in Feast runs from 6 May until 4 June 2019, priced at RM138nett per person, with an early bird rate of RM128. Meanwhile the buffet in the Grand Ballroom runs from 13 to 31 May 2019, priced of RM98nett person, with an early bird at RM88nett. Both venues will open its doors to the diners from 6:30PM to 10:30PM. Children of age 5 – 11 years old get a 50% discount off the selling price.
There will be over 80 dishes including Ayam Percik, Nasi Biryani dengan Kambing Panggang, Gulai Tempoyak Ikan Patin, Lemang Pulut Hitam, Roti John, Sup Tulang Rawang, Ketam Lemak Cili Api, Gulai Ayam, Mee Kari Salmon, Pengat Durian and Aneka Goreng cekodok pisang, pisang, cempedak, keledek and keladi.
Diners in the grand ballroom will be entertained by live music that plays melodic traditional tunes that eases the mind, body and soul throughout the course of dinner after a long day fasting and at work. For those who would like to perform prayers, both the male and female surau are located on the same floor as the grand ballroom and equipped with praying mats and telekung.
During the month of Ramadhan, the hotel is also extending an exclusive rates for rooms and meeting spaces for those events that will kick in during this fasting month. A group booking of minimum 10 rooms and maximum 25 rooms, guest will be privileged to enjoy a rate that is only from RM280+ (room only), RM320+ (with breakfast or sahur). These rates are applicable for Deluxe and Executive Deluxe rooms only and an additional RM130+ should you wish to upgraded to Club rooms with club benefits. Supporting this group bookings, meeting spaces are also offered with special rates that starts from only RM180+ per person that includes full day meeting with supporting amenities and buka puasa dinner for those who are fasting.
The rooms with meeting spaces promotion is valid until 16 June 2019, and will follow through with Raya Open House package that starts from RM100+ per person includes hall rental and basic raya theme decorations.
For dining reservations, call 03 7622 8958 or email at Dining.SPJ@sheraton.com
For rooms and meeting inquiries, call 03 7622 8888 or email at email@example.com
Tropicana Golf & Country Resort
“Santapan 29 Malam” at Twenty7 Restaurant and The Palm Coffee House
Tropicana Golf & Country Resort Berhad (TGCR) will be offering a full spread of traditional and local delights during the festive holy month. With the theme “Selera Kampung”, the buffet enters its 15th consecutive year, the “Santapan 29 Malam” buffet dinner will be held at the newly renovated Twenty7 Restaurant and The Palm Coffee House.
Diners can enjoy a wide selection of “kampung” cuisine whilst listening to the traditional contemporary Ghazal tunes. TGCR’s experienced culinary team led by Chef Lawrence, Chef Badrul and Chef Megat will prepare over 300 variety of dishes, including “Ikan Mayong Asam Rebus Perantaraan Utara, Nasi Briyani Kukus Kabuli Warisan Johor”, “Sop cendawan, kentang dan telur, Mee Udang Utara, Kebab Daging Ayam” and many more.
The buffet will feature barbecue grills, desserts and an array of “live action” food stalls where ingredients are freshly cooked. This year, there will be an additional 10 bazaar stalls offering a variety of lifestyle products, decorative items, cookies and festive themed products.
“Santapan 29 Malam” will be hosting diners for 29 consecutive days from 6th May to 4th June 2019. The club has prepared a host of amenities for diners including free parking, free shuttle buggy service and a “Surau”.
Early Bird vouchers are available for purchase till 25th April 2019. Diners will receive 1x complimentary Barbeque (BBQ) voucher with every purchase of 10pcs of the Ramadhan vouchers.
|Mondays to Thursdays||Mondays to Sundays / Public Holidays|
|Adults – Members||RM 86 Nett||RM 96 Nett|
|Children – Members
(below 12 years)
|RM 43 Nett||RM 48 Nett|
Normal rates for Santapan 29 Malam (Members) are as follows, for purchase after 25th April 2019.
|Mondays to Thursdays||Everyday & Public Holidays|
|Adults||RM 99 Nett||RM 112 Nett|
(below 12 years)
|RM 50 Nett||RM 55 Nett|
For more information and reservations, call 03-7804 8888 ext. 306/325 or 03- 7804 1919
For those who are having a ‘Rumah Terbuka’ during Hari Raya Aidilfitri, TGCR also offers catering services with a total of four menu packages to choose with the starting price from RM 48 nett per person & add a whole lamb to your menu for just RM1,250 nett. TGCR also provides in-house catering services for an intimate gathering with prices that starts from RM98 nett per person.
To book, call Toll Free 1 800 888 128 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info, head over to http://www.tropicanagolf.com
Resorts World Genting and Awana
Resorts World Genting counts down to the beginning of Syawal and Hari Raya Aidilfitri on 4 June 2019 with various dining options at the summit and at Resorts World Awana.
Gerard Walker, Vice President of Food & Beverage of Resorts World Genting said, “At Resorts World Genting, we love celebrating the different cultures of Malaysia. For our Muslim friends and visitors, the celebration of breaking fast is a great way to celebrate food, family and friends in the spirit of togetherness. It has also become a tradition for some of our visitors to do that at Resorts World Genting where they can concurrently enjoy a quick getaway. We take pride in featuring an excellent menu of Malay cuisine each Ramadhan season in our outlets that everyone, even Non-Muslims can enjoy.”
This year, the Ramadan Buffet at the Rajawali Coffee House at Resorts World Awana will feature over a hundred dishes, with the theme of “Bazaar Malam” comprising of a collection of food and drink stalls arranged like a vibrant pasar malam.
Start off with an international spread of appetisers, including Ulam-Ulaman Zaman Jepun (Japanese colonial-era salads) like Pegaga, Ulam Raja, Terung Pipit, Terung Bulu, Petai, Pucuk Janggus, Pucuk Mata Itik, Umbut Kelapa, Jantung Pisang. There’s a Mendeka Kerabu station featuring all sorts of salads like Prawn, Squid, Fish and Crab, as well as traditional pickles like Jeruk Nyonya Masdor, Jeruk Kelubi, Jeruk Mempelam and Jeruk Salak.
There will also be over 15-20 stalls serving up Malay specialties from across the country. At the main Rosnie’s Stall, a whole Roasted Australian Lamb is presented in all its glory with Homemade Black Pepper Sauce and Mint sauce. Other stalls include ones specialising in Ayam Percik, in Otak-Otak and Satay, in Tempura-style Deep-Fried Seafood, in Mamak favourites like Murtabak and Roti Canai, in Nasi Kerabu/Nasi Lemak, in Kebabs and in Laksa and noodles such as Mee Jawa and Mee Rebus. There will even be a stall for fragrant “Awana Rendang Tok”, Pais Ikan Tempoyak, a luscious spread of Nasi Kandar/Briyani at Gopal’s Stall, a sizzling Ram Lee WoW Burger stall, a touch of Chinese at Cho’s Local Counter and aromatic broths at the Sup Meletup ‘Abe’ Awana stall.
Complementing the mains are popular snacks like Keropok Lekor, Apam Balik, Durian Goreng, Pisang Bakar Kelapa Parut/ Cempedak Goreng, Rojak, and a spread of premium Kurma (dates) imported from the Middle East.
End the meal with local fruit at the Pondok Buah stall like Watermelon, Nangka, Dragonfruit, Rambutan, Bananas and Papayas or tuck into Rajawali’s amazing selection of over 40 Malay kuih at Taman Manisan “Che Re” including Kueh Lapis, Kueh Talam, Kueh Lompang, Ondeh-Ondeh, Kueh Dangai, Kueh Akok, Kueh Bingka, Kueh Kole Kacang, Kueh Lompat Tikam, Badak Berendam and Kueh Bunga Tanjung. Other dessert options includes cooling down with some Cendol or Ais Batu Campur, indulging in warm stews like Bubur Cha-Cha, Pengat Pisang Raja and Bubur Penambah Rase, or freshening up with a sweet selection of traditional pasar malam drinks like Air Sirap Bandung, Air Sirap Selasih, Air Mata Kucing, Air Tebu or Air Jambu Batu.
The Ramadan Buffet at Rajawali Coffee House (available from 6pm – 9.30pm) is priced at RM118 nett per person for adults and RM59 nett per person for children below 12 years old and senior citizens above 60 years old). An Early Bird promotion rate (bookings made before 9th May) RM98 per person (Adult) or RM88 per person for Group reservations above 30 pax (Adult) is available for advance bookings.
On Level 4 of SkyAvenue, the al fresco Jom Makan stalls will be offering a selection of local favourites from 9am to 9pm. With four stalls and a drinks station for Ramadan, guests will be able to order delicious dishes such as Nasi Ayam, Nasi Ayam Claypot, Mee Rojak, Koay Teow Goreng, Mee Kari, Nasi Goreng Kampung, Nasi Goreng Petai, Nasi Lemak, Nasi Lemak Kunyit, Fried Mee, Banana Leaf Rice, Roti Naan and Tandoori Chicken. Select a main course and complete it with a drink (including Orange Juice, Lemonade, Iced Lemon Tea, Masala Tea, Ginger Tea and Teh Tarik) and a dessert (Ice Kacang or Cendol) for only RM28 per set. The Jom Makan Ramadan set will be available from 9am to 9pm daily.
Rajawali Coffee House, Medan Selera and Jom Makan are all halal-certified food outlets in Resorts World Genting. The Ramadan promotions at all three outlets run from 6 May to 4 June 2019.
For more information, call +603 6101 1118 or visit http://www.rwgenting.com
For reservations at Rajawali Coffee House, call 016-3880390/ 03-64369000 (ext: 7605)
The above list and info of buka puasa/ Ramadan buffets, dinners, and promotions 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, and Selangor is correct at the time of publishing. However, we do encourage you to check with the respective hotels’ website for any additional updates.
Photo credits: Respective hotels, Andy Kho Photography (Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur and Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur), and author’s own (Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Hotel Istana, The Saujana Hotel, Boulevard Hotel Mid Valley, and New World Hotel Petaling Jaya),