Kampung-style dishes to savour

Nipah CoffeeShop,
Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur,
Tel:03-2161 7777 (ext 8555)
Business Hours: Daily, 6.30am to 10.30pm

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TASTE the various traditional preparation at Nipah CoffeeShop in Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur with the Aneka Sajian Tradisional Buffet Dinner with over 150 types of kampung style dishes this fasting month.

Try some of the best dishes from Johor, Penang, Negri Sembilan, Kelatan, Terengganu and Kedah. Nipah is serving Nasi Beriyani Gam, Gulai Kawah, Laksa Johor, Asam Pedas Ekor, Ayam Lemak Cili Padi, Rendang Ayam Minang, Paru Goreng Berlada, Rojak Pesambor, Gulai Daging Kandar, Laksa Penang, Nasi Dagang, Gulai Ikan Tongkol, Sotong Sumbat Masak Lemak and mutton curry.

Live stations with hot spicy soups, popiah basah, chicken rice, mee rebus, curry mee and bakso are prepared from order.

Seafood lovers will not be left disappointed with the selection of the fresh sea offerings like lala, clams, prawns and oysters. Ikan Bakar is another addition to this collection with Ikan Terubuk, Ikan Cencaru and Ikan Ayam to name a few.

To end the gastronomic experience, indulge in the sweetness of the variety of cakes, puddings, pastries, tartlets, cream caramel, traditional Malay Kueh like badak berendam cara berlauk, wajik durian and seri muka durian as well as bubur jagung, pengat nangka, bubur pulut hitam and tapai pulut.

Bringing this great creation for this Ramadan is none other than Malay sous chef Azhar Alias, who wants Malaysians to taste the goodness of Malay food.

He said there are four types of menus each featuring dishes from at least three to four states.

“Our signature is the Gulai Kawah and dishes with masak lemak, which is very Malay.

“Malay cooking is about sauteeing, which has to be done correctly before you add in your spices to give it the authentic homemade taste.

“The smell and oil have to rise to ensure it is done properly and you can’t just simply ‘cincai’ the cooking because you are making it for people to eat,” he said, adding at Equatorial, they make sure people get the best experience during Ramadan.

Azhar shares some of the favourite this seasons with Ayam Panggang Buluh, Ayam Golek as well as something from the Middle East, roasted lamb.

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Lots of vegetables: The Popiah stall serves freshly-prepared popiah.

The buffet is priced at RM99++ per adult and RM49++ per child, available from Aug 1 to 29. For the first week and last three days, enjoy a discounted price of RM89++ per adult.

Aneka Sajian Tradisional is served from 6.30pm until 10.30pm.

Adding fun this Ramadan, patrons can win prizes with the Happy Photo Contest when they submit a family photo that fits either the creative, humorous or traditional categories with a receipt from Aneka Sajian Tradisional. Prizes worth RM4,000, which include RM1,000 of F&B vouchers, RM500 cash and room nights at the hotel in Bangi, Putrajaya, Penang, Cameron Highlands, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur.

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


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