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Checkers Cafe,
Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03- 2716 1000 ext 188
Business hours: 6am to 1am daily.

An array of classic dishes await diners.

An exquisite range of authentic traditional cuisine is being offered at the Ramadan buffet dinner in Checkers Cafe Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur.

With the theme “Dapur-Dapur Malaysia”, the buffet includes an extensive choice of specialty dishes from the different states.

You can find a spread of family favourites such as Pasembor Padang Kota, Kerabu Perut Bersantan, Percik Burung Puyuh & Ayam Dara, Narsu Kerabu Bunga Talang, Gulai Ikan Talang Masin dengan Terung, Udang Goreng Bersambal, Lidah Goreng Cili Padi, Hati Goreng Sambal, and Rendang Kuala Kangsar, to name a few.

And there is even a Japanese corner for those looking for something different.

Rasberry semi fredo.

Rasberry semi fredo.

In the dessert section, treat yourself to a variety of Malay and Nyonya kuih, a la minute Goreng Pisang, Cempedak Labu and Goreng Bermadu, a cool finish of ais kacang or cendol, as well as homemade cookies.

They also use a special sugar, which has 80% less calories than the normal one, for some of the desserts.

Some of the favourites on the luscious spread are the Sup Rusa, Whole Roasted Lamb, Arabic Style Beef, and Lamb Vindaloo.

The Sup Rusa makes for a hearty comforting start to your meal.

The Roast Lamb is juicy with the right flavour that melts in your mouth coupled with an intense aroma. It is recommended that you eat it with the traditional briyani rice or the Arabic bread.

The Arabic-Style Beef is a welcome change from the common rendang and the spice-filled sauce blended with non-fatty cuts of meat leaves nothing less than a satisfying taste.

The Lamb vindaloo is an explosive dish.

The Lamb vindaloo is an explosive dish.

The Lamb Vindaloo is another example of an explosive dish that comes with a combination of spices. Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur executive chef KK Yau and his team are the ones behind the spread.

“Our Whole Roast Lamb, which has been marinated with yogurt and herbs and slow cooked for three to four hours, is a great choice, while those who prefer poultry can try out the Percik Burung Puyuh & Ayam Dara.

“Our market-fresh prawns prepared a la minute in either sambal or masak merahstyle have also been a big hit.

Dapur-dapur Malaysia Ramadan buffet dinner is available until July 28, priced at RM90++ per person.

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

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