Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club,
10 Jalan 1/70D,
Off Jalan Bukit Kiara,
Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2093 1111

TO GET inspiration for his Ramadan buffet menu, Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club senior executive sous chef Sahisal Azrul Mat Said and his team would sample foods from different stalls and restaurants.

133215EFB6F744E295A7305F1304A7FASahisal shows off his signature Mee Rebus Gear Box.

 

“We would try out popular dishes around the Klang Valley and we will bring it back so that we can try making it,” the 36-year-old chef said.

One of the dishes that they discovered was the Satay Tulang from Negeri Sembilan, which will be featured in this year’s Traditional Malaysian Flavours Ramadan buffet.

The satay was made from the bony part of the chicken and had a strong taste of spice compared to the normal type, which has a distinct turmeric taste.

“We also have many of our signature dishes like the Mee Rebus Gear Box that is very popular with our customers year after year. The Lidah Bakar is also a must-have, which is boiled before being marinated and grilled.

“We also made sure that we have the Kawah Makanan Laut, which has different types of seafood cooked in a thick gravy. It is another popular dish,” he said.

The buffet spread also features traditional dishes on a rotation basis throughout the month like the Sayur Goreng Jawa, Daging Salai Masak Lemak and Ayam Rendang Daun Pegaga.

“We have customers who would come a few times a week so it gives them an opportunity to savour different dishes,” he said.

Those who crave traditional comfort food would find a good selection of ikan masin (salted fish), kerabu and ulam that would make for a satisfying start to the spread.

Those looking forward to dessert would not be disappointed with the selection of fresh fruits, cakes, puddings and local desserts like Badak Berendam, Tepung Pelita and Putu Piring.

“The Putu Piring is made fresh. We sieve the flour several times so that it becomes fine and this results in a softer texture when cooked,” he said.

67EC7EE228A44BD9BF8810A12AA79252Freshly-made Putu Piring are also popular choices with diners at KLCC.

 

The Turkish ice-cream stall introduced last year was a hit with the lively action from the ice-cream man as he served up the icy indulgence.

“People just loved it. They had so much fun getting their ice-cream so we brought it back again this year,” explained Sahisal Azrul.

Vouchers will be priced at RM60 nett for members and RM70 nett for non-members throughout June. During the fasting month, the buffet is priced at RM68++ for members and RM78++ for non members.

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

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