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Come Ramadan, the city will be packed with places to break fast, giving us more options to consider where to have the best of Malay cuisine. The few exciting eateries that grace this list all add their own special something to the mix.
1. EQ Hotel
The return of EQ hotel and its Nipah restaurant comes just in time for ramadan. From now until June 2, the restaurant’s Nostalgia Nipah buka puasa dinner buffet offers an extensive collection of Malaysian favourites, such as crowd favourites ayam goring berempah and curry noodles. Dinner is priced at RM178 nett per adult and RM89 per child.
2. Hilton Kuala Lumpur
From 5 May to 4 June, all-day dining spot Vasco’s will be a themed buffet dinner focusing on culinary favourites from the royal families of Perak. The restaurant boasts over 300 dishes served, with the restaurant pricing entry at RM188 nett per adult and RM100 nett per child. Guests can also enjoy silat and gamelan musical performances during the meal.
3. Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur
Traditional Malay fare isn’t the only highlight of Latest Recipe’s buka puasa dining promo. Besides classics like bubur lambok, oxtail soup and lamb rendang, the restaurant will also serve Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Western stations to offer a little slice of everything. Citarasa Harmoni’s buffet dinner will be available from 6 May to 4 June, priced at RM 180 nett per adult and RM 90 nett per child.
4. JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur
Kampong Festive Dining
This trendy downtown hotel will bring diners back to the village without the long trek home. Shook! at Feast Village Starhill Gallery will host a vibrant Malay spread from 9 May to 2 June, featuring an assortment of specialty stalls with dishes inspired by grandma’s recipes. The buffet is priced at RM98 nett per adult and RM50 nett per child.
5. The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur
Puttin' On A Festive Feast
This downtown luxury hotel welcomes back its Festive Feast this year with a spread representing the 13 states in Malaysia at The Cobalt Room. Going an extra step further, the hotel will also feature Middle-Eastern specialities in addition an impressive array of local fare. Available from 6 to 31 May, dinner will be priced at RM118 nett per adult and RM59 nett per child.
6. The RuMa Hotel And Residences
Hidangan Tradisi Atas
Canadian executive chef Tyson Gee injects a little contemporary flair into Atas restaurant’s semi-buffet this ramadan. Diners can expect an assortment of grilled meats and fish from the restaurant’s signature Mibrasa charcoal oven alongside an assortment classic Malay dishes. This “Hidangan Tradisi” is available from 5 May to 3 June and is priced at RM168 nett.