Dondang Sayang Coffee House,
Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2161 8888 ext 123
Business hours: 6.30am to 1.00am.
TRADITIONAL delights once again reign at the Kampungku Ramadan buffet at Corus Hotel’s Dondang Sayang Coffee House.
The resident chefs have drawn up a list of nine signature dishes to be included as part of the buffet spread. They will be served on rotation, with three items being featured each week.
Topping the list is the Lamb Briyani, a staple at Ramadan buffets, featuring boiled lamb cutlets cooked with rice, briyani spices and yoghurt.
The other items include Ayam Percik, Udang Berlado, Ikan Keli Masak Sambal Hijau, Sotong Masak Singgang, Assam Pedas Ikan Pari, Daging Masak Merah, Gulai Ikan Tongkol and Daging Rendang Pedas.
Corus Hotel head chef Aroki Anathan said the main highlight was the whole barbecued lamb.
“We marinate the lamb for a day with shallots, ginger, garlic, paprika powder and black pepper, and then roast it for nine hours using charcoal fire.
“It can be enjoyed with mint sauce or black pepper sauce,” he said.
Live stations will also be set up to offer other favourites, such as Ikan Bakar Pak Raja, Noodles Sup Utara Kedah, bubur lambuk, Ayam Panggang Para Kuah Perak, beef and chicken satay, shawarma and Daging Masak Kawah.
All in all, the Kampungku Ramadan buffet spread features close to 100 favourites, including traditional kuih-muih.
The buffet dinner is priced at RM89++ for adults and RM45++ for children.
A 30% discount off the normal price will be offered on Aug 18.
Meanwhile, the Ming Palace Chinese Restaurant serves Oriental Buka Puasa set meal at RM48++ or RM68++ per person, inclusive of kuih-muih, drinks and seven-course Cantonese cuisine.
An eat-all-you-can Japanese Buka Puasa buffet menu awaits Japanese cuisine lovers at Komura Japanese Restaurant.
With more than 60 dishes available, it is priced at at RM69++ (adult) and RM49++ (child).
This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.