Grand Seasons Hotel,
72 Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2697 8888 ext 8819/8801
Business hours: 6.30am to 1.00am.
THE Ramadan month is observed by Muslims around the country but the fasting month is also much awaited by non-Muslims because of the variety of food available for breaking fast.
The Grand Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur Seasons Cafe Ramadan Buffet Dinner features a multi-racial spread.
“We will be having the traditional buka puasa foods like rendang and curries but we will also have Chinese and Indian dishes like Buttered Prawns and Tandoori Chicken,” said executive chef Randy Liow.
“Our signature dish is the Sup Gear Box which is made with a big block of bone and it will be available on the buffet. Besides that, there will be Roasted Whole Lamb throughout the promotion,” said Liow.
Malay kitchen chef Mohd Fauzi Mokhtar said customers could pick their own meats and sauces at a live grill counter where a chef would cook the meats for them.
“There will be a variety of meats and seafood and they can choose what they want in their own dish,” he said.
Pastry chef Mohd Khairi Mohd Najib said they have prepared a variety of desserts, Malay kuihs and traditional cookies.
“We also have a stall where we fry items like jackfruit and bananas so that customers can enjoy the fried items fresh and hot,” said Khairi.
The Ramadan buffet dinner is available until Aug 29 and priced at RM75++ per person. There will also be a Hari Raya hi-tea (RM48++) and buffet dinner (RM75++) available on August 30 and 31.