THE SADDLE COFFEEHOUSE
Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Resort,
Jalan Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara,
60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Business hours: 8.00am – 10.30pm Daily.
THE Saddle Coffeehouse of Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Resort is set to bring kampung flavours back this fasting month.
A special Ramadan menu will be rotated daily until Aug 29 promising a buka puasa with more than 100 traditional Malay dishes comprising appetisers, main dishes, drinks and desserts.
For main course, there will be signature traditional Ramadan dishes such as Daging Masak Hitam Manis, Kupang Masak Lemak, Kari Kambing India, Ayam Percik, Udang Goreng Kunyit, Ikan Kembong Air Asam, Ayam Goreng Berempah, Taugeh Ikan Masin, Kailan Oyster Sauce and Sayur Sambal.
There will also be 10 live stations along the poolside offering different live cooking such as grilled beef, grilled ikan kembong, Soup Mamak Berempah with the choice of beef, mutton or chicken, Laksa Kedah, mee rebus and Chicken Kebab, yong tau fu and otak-otak.
Diners can end their dinner with assorted local desserts such as Bubur Kacang, assorted Malay kuih, pisang goreng, cempedak goreng, rojak buah, fruits and ice cream as well as beverages including Sirap Selasih, sirap bandung, soya cincau and teh tarik.
“For this promotion, we have prepared a special menu of around 100 dishes. Some of the traditional dishes to look out for are Ketam Masak Lemak, Siput Sedut and Kupang Masak Lemak. We also have the usual local favourites for the whole family,” said Saddle Coffeehouse senior chef de partie Zainuddin Putih, 40.
“The majority of the dishes are our Ramadan specials but we will also offer local favorites such as roti canai and grilled items at the stalls. Another highlight of our menu is the assorted local fresh fruits which will be available,” she added.
To complete the Ramadan package, the club also provides prayer facilities for Muslim patrons and ample free parking space.
This year, the Ramadan buffet is priced at RM60nett per adult and RM40 nett per child for club members and RM65 nett per adult and RM 45 nett per child for non-members.
This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.