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MAKAN KITCHEN,
11th floor,
DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur,
348, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2172 7272
Business hours: 6am to 11pm, daily.
Halal.

A scrumptious variety of festive delights to savour at Hilton KL restaurant.

CELEBRATE the muhibbah spirit at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur’s Makan Kitchen as they invite diners to break fast with an authentic Ramadan spread.

During the promotion, diners can choose from 300 dishes ranging from traditional Malay favourites, Indian, Chinese as well as authentic Peranakan, Kristang and Iban dishes.

The Ramadan spread is priced at RM108++ for adults from July 20 until July 27. However, the price is RM125++ for adults, today and tomorrow.

There will be more than 300 dishes served DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

There will be more than 300 dishes served DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

Makan Kitchen sous chef Mohammad Zulkarnean and his team of 40 staff are whipping up scrumptious delights such as Slow Roasted Lamb, Ayam Percik (grilled marinated chicken with spices), Udang Masak Lemak (braised prawn in turmeric coconut gravy), briyani gam and assorted local salads.

“This year, we incorporated the theme of “home-cooked” food as many people may not be up to cooking after a long day of work but would still want a taste of home cooking.

“Each member of my team has come up with a special home-cooked recipe, which we have included in our line-up,” Zulkarnean said.

Ramadan is not complete without bubur lambuk daging and Zulkarnean’s recipe is certainly one to savour.

The rice porridge, cooked with either ground beef, chicken or fish, herbs, spices and coconut milk, is the perfect starter.

“As a special treat, we will also be preparing bubur pedas, which is a speciality from my home state of Sarawak,” said Zulkarnean.

During the promotion, the restaurant will be adding 10 special live stations serving the popular Kambing Panggang, Gear Box Soup and Sup Khawah Anika. Have a go at the satay bakar or ikan bakar daun pisang, which is served with the chef’s special sauce.

“If you hanker for something different, head over to the Indian kitchen and savour the flavourful mamak-style Kari Kepala Ikan, Butter Chicken, Squid Masala, lamb briyani, freshly made naan bread, tandoori chicken and many other dishes,” Zulkarnean added.

Sarawak Kuih Lapis.

Sarawak Kuih Lapis.

For dessert, there is an assortment of Malay kuih and French pastries, as well as ais kacang topped with premium ingredients such as sweet mango and creamy durian.

Makan Kitchen will also feature a Ghazal band that will keep diners entertained throughout the festive season.

The 350-seat restaurant offers ample locally-themed semi-private and private rooms, making it perfect for family members, friends and business partners.

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

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