Ramadan buffet at Grand Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur (Buka Puasa 2013)

Ramadan buffet at Grand Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur 2013

The Ramadan buffet dinner is available from July 10 to August. It is priced at RM79++ per adult and 50 percent discount for child.

The hotel also offers Hari Raya high tea and buffet dinner on Aug 8 and 9, priced at RM48++ and RM79++ per person, respectively.

For reservations, call 03-2697 8888 ext 8819/8801 or email fb@grandseasons.com.

Grand Seasons Hotel
No 72 Jalan Pahang, 53000 Kuala Lumpur,

One of the BEST Buka Puasa Buffets in town.

We specialize in Teh Tarik made from scratch with the best tea leaves - no coloring and additives, authentic from scratch laksas, mouth watering rendangs and delicately flavored rice

100+ dishes

Whole Roast Lamb
Nasi Kandar stall
Briyani kum johore
6 varieities of Kerabu
6 varieties of local speciality drinks
Satay station
Fresh Seafood
Noodle stall - Mee Bandung, Mee Rebus
Rendang & lemang made in house
wide Varieties of curries
Tandoori Chicken
Naan Bread
& much more

Local desserts galore!

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BREAK fast this Ramadan at Grand Seasons Hotel's Seasons Cafe, where diners will be treated to a cultural gastronomical spread. The restaurant is offering over 200 dishes ranging from appetisers, soups, main courses and desserts.

The hotel's Malay chef Mohamad Fauzi Moktar and his culinary team have prepared seven menus to be rotated on daily basis.

Start your meal off with the crunchy Thai chicken roll, prawn honey salad or the juicy assorted sushi.

For main courses, patrons are recommended to savour the hotel's signature dishes like rusa panggang and gear box soup. Another worth trying dishes are ayam percik, ayam masak rempah amd rendang daging.

For those with a liking for kampung delights, sample the authentic kari kepala ikan or ikan pekasam masak lemak. The taste is so creamy and tantalising.

Seafood lovers would definitely love the mouth-watering fried crabs, ketam masak lemak, udang masak merah and sotong bergoreng lada.

Fauzi said the concept of the buffet is ethnic cuisine where the restaurant features a spread of local and international dishes.

"Our local delicacies include Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine. They are homemade specialities of the north, east coast and south.

"To add more variety to the spread, we offer international cuisine such as Western and Japanese dishes," said Fauzi, who is guided by his 20 years of experience in culinary industry.

"We recommend our guests to savour our signature dishes like nasi ambang, nasi beriani gam and Australian grilled lamb. Another speciaity is the 12 types of kerabu. We also have Tandoori naan and tom yam served in clay pot," said Fauzi.

Those who are hooked on laksa will be happy to know that there are different types of laksa ranging from laksa utara, asam laksa Penang and laksa Johor.

Make a beeline for the live-action stalls, where the friendly chefs will serve fresh mee rebus, dim sum, chicken rice, murtabak, otak-otak and beef and chicken satay, among others.

Japanese food lovers can find a selection of sushi rolls, maki, tempura and teppanyaki.

The hotel's Japanese chef Nik Ahmad Noorman Syah, who has 16 years of culinary experience, said all Japanese dishes served are halal.

"We have fused a variety of Japanese and Malay dishes to keep our guests happy and satisfied. For example, some sushi consist of raw fish and chicken rendang filling. Diners should also sample our satay sushi," he said.

End your meal with the tasty desserts like jellies, tarts, creme caramel, puddings, sago gula melaka, dodol and ais kacang.


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