Hotel Royal Penang,
No.3 Jalan Larut,
TRADITIONAL kampung delicacies return to delight those breaking fast at Hotel Royal Penang’s cosy Grove Brasserie.
Various tasty dishes, popular with crowds this time of year, are again featured in its Ramadan Buffet Dinner available nightly until July 4.
Executive sous chef Rozairy Roslan said there are six menus on rotation, with the flavours mostly typical of the northern states.
For starters, there is Ulam-Ulaman Kampung, with rare greens like daun salom,belalai gajah, pucuk janggus and pucuk simpang tiga to go with homemade sambals.
Next, try Sup Ekor, Bubur Lambuk Ayam, Pasembur, Gado-Gado, Bergerdil or varieties of kerabu and acar, before hitting the mains for staples like Nasi Tomato or Nasi Arab.
These are perfect with curries like Kelompong Masak Rendang, Kari Ikan Masin, Udang Masak Kapitan, Ayam Masak Merah, Oxtail Asam Pedas, Daging Lada Hitamor Siput Balitong Masak Lemak.
Rozairy also recommends the fragrant Ketam Tumis Darat and Ayam Masak Bali,as well as succulent char-grilled treats like Satay, Kambing Panggang and Ikan Panggang.
At the noodle counter, one might find Laksa, Mee Udang or Bihun Sup Utara, among others, while ice cream and Ais Kacang await at the dessert section.
That is not all, as it also abounds with traditional Malay treats like Habuk-Habuk, Sambal Pulut, Cucur Sardin and Cempedak Goreng.
Free flow of selected beverages, complete the offerings at the halal-certified buffet which is listed under Penang’s Ramadan Souq programme.
Served from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, the buffet is priced at RM64.99 for adults, and RM44.99 for seniors above 55 and kids aged four to 11.
There are special group rates for bookings of 30 persons and above.
For inquiries or reservations, call 04-2267888.