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Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur,
2, Jalan Stesen Sentral,
Kuala Lumpur Sentral,
Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2263 7434
Business Hours: 6.00am to midnight, daily.

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IF variety is the spice of life, then this Ramadan taste Latest Recipe in Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur’s buffet spread.

The traditional Malay spread has Kerabu, Rendang Tok, stir fried Belacan Prawn and even a variety of Malay kuehs for this fasting month.

But the joy doesn’t end there as Latest Recipe brings out international flavours from India, Japan and China with the live stations serving hot food lke Dim Sum, Sushi, Teppanyanki, variety of curries like fish, chicken or mutton.

The Dim Sum section is a definite place to hit this Ramadan as every bite intothe juicy dumplings are tasteful while the Teppanyanki gives Japanese food lovers just the right amout of the flavourful food.

Those who love their pastas can choose between spaghetti, linguine or fettuccine and have them marinara, creme or aglio olio style.

A special style pasta comes with ‘cili padi’ to suit Malayasian tastebuds. Children and people with sweet tooth will love the dessert section as they are welcomed with white and dark chocolate fountains as well as the choice of fruits, cakes or marshmellow to dip into the concoction.

Layers and layers of cakes, pudding and even hot waffles add to the sweet joy of having to enjoy the pleasures in life.


Plenty of choice: Some of the Indian curries available.

A must-try would be the Peach trifle which is not too sweet but creamy.

Speaking about the upcoming Ramadan feast, Executive chef Antoine Rodriguez is expecting to spread loads of warmth and happiness this fasting month.

He said guests will be able to get a taste of some of the best food from around the world under one roof.

“We are giving value for money because they not only get to enjoy our traditional Malay cuisine but also dishes from other parts of the world.


Tasty treat: Rodriguez with his signature Aglio Olio pasta with cili padi.

“Every year our whole lamb carving is the signature dish here and last year we had 1.6 tonnes for consumption, so this year we have prepared 1.6 tonnes from New Zealand.

“We do a special marination for two days with the Arabic spice and vinegar to give it a unique taste,” he said, adding that people love to eat meat.

He alsosaid the Rendak Tok is a must have dish, which patrons love.

“People simply love and I would recommend everyone to try this apart from the lamb.

“We have a good mixof people here, it’s in line with the 1Malaysia theme, especially during fasting month because of the variety we offer,” he said.

Buffet is priced at RM118++ per adult and RM59++ per child or with additional seafood and grilled specialities at RM128++ and RM64++ on Friday and Saturday.

With a minimum of 50 people, guest can entertain business associates for RM128++ per adult and RM64++ per child at the Grand Salon, level 8 or the Ballroom at level 6.

All Ramadan buffet dinners come with free flow of kurma juice, the tarik, sirap bandung, sugar cane and soy milk.

The buffet is available from now to Aug 26 between 6.30pm to 10.30pm.

This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.

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