Celebrate Ramadan with Chef Wan at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

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  • Celebrate the holy month of Ramadan with Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur’s showcase of over 100 varieties of Buka Puasa delights, including a special menu designed by renowned Malaysian celebrity chef, Chef Wan.

    From 27 May to 2 June and 12 to 25 June, indulge in a myriad of local and international favourites prepared by Mosaic’s brigade of experienced culinary maestros. Begin the gastronomy journey of Ramadan with cold dishes such as Achar Buah Manis; Kerabu Kacang Botol Kelapa Sangai; Kerabu Udang Tradisi; Kerabu Daging Sambal Kerisik; and Kerabu Ayam Cincang Daun Pudina, just to name a few. Savour a spread of classic main dishes that includes Nasi Kukus Daun Pandan; Kambing Masak Kicap Berlada; Gulai Kawah Daging Tempatan Rebung Madu; Asam Pedas Tumis Ikan Tenggiri; Lemak Kuning Jantung Pisang Ikan Bilis, and more.

    For diners in favour of sampling international cuisine, delight in a melting pot of dishes featured at the grill, wok, noodle, and tandoor stations. These stations include lamb chops with chilli and cumin; beef steaks in teriyaki; fresh homemade pastas; chicken meat balls with mushroom ragout; and slow roasted baby lamb on Briyani rice.

    End the meal with desserts lusciously displayed at Mosaic’s dessert island as well as Lounge on the Park. With selections such as Bubur Pulut Hitam Gula Nipah; Bubur Kacang Bersago; sticky date pudding; Putu Buluh Bambu; and more, diners are sure to be going back for seconds. A “Fruit Terrace" showcasing an assortment of local fruits such as durian and fresh coconut, is also available at the outdoor terrace of Lounge on the Park.

    The Buka Puasa buffet is priced at RM 198 nett from 12 to 18 June 2017; and RM 168 nett from 19 to 25 June 2017 at Mosaic and Lounge on the Park. Patrons will get to enjoy a special price of RM 148 nett per person for bookings made for 27 May to 2 June 2017. For a tinge of festivity amidst an exclusive backdrop, groups of four and above can also enjoy Buka Puasa in the Diamond Ballroom from 12 to 18 June 2017 at RM 158 nett per person and RM 148 nett per person from 19 to 25 June 2017.

    Only available from 3 to 11 June 2017, break fast with family, friends and business partners with the specially-curated Chef Wan Buka Puasa menu at Mosaic, Lounge on the Park, and Diamond Ballroom. For appetisers, delight in a unique assortment of kerabu such as Pasembor Pulau Pinang; Jaganan; Rojak Betik Terengganu; Karedok, Lawar Bal; Chiangmai Chicken Salad; and Nyonya Kerabu Meehoon. Delicious appetisers including Ayam Berkuah Satay; Ikan Bakar Portuguese; and Rendang Udang Galah will also be served. Traditional crackers and snacks such as Samosa Sayuran; Karipap; vegetable spring roll; Keropok Bawang; Serunding Ayam Mak Tok are available too.

    Warm up to a selection of soups such as Morocco Harira Lamb Meatball Soup; Tom Yam Pumpkin Soup with Tuna; Greek Fasolatha Beans Soup; and not to forget, Chef Wan’s very own Sup Ekor Istimewa.

    Relish in a variety of main courses including Chef Wan Lasagne Kwayteow Noodle with Tuna; Kuzi Daging Kambing; Gulai Kawah Daging Langkawi; Sambal Sotong Kering Berkacang; Lemak Kuning Jantung Pisang Ikan Bilis; Nyoya Ayam Kapitan; Rendang Daging Selangor; just to name a few. These will be complemented with classic rice and noodle dishes such as Jawanese Nasi Ambang; Nasi Telor Terengganu; Nasi Kerabu dan Ayam Percik; Nasi Bukhari Udang; Mee Rebus; Laksa Johor; Nyonya Laksa; and Soto Ayam.

    Sumptuous international flavours are also available at various stations with special highlight of the night, a special live station featuring Kambing Panggang Berempah, as well as Spanish Seafood Paella that is personally prepared by Chef Wan himself.

    The Chef Wan Buka Puasa buffet is priced at RM 218 nett per person for dining at Mosaic and Lounge on the Park, and RM 178 nett per person at the Diamond Ballroom.

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