Revel In The Ramadan Season With These 6 Hotel Buffet Feasts

For Ramadan, Muslims will abstain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset before the breaking of the fast. This also serves as an opportune time to spend time with loved ones. From traditional to international favourites on the menu, there are no shortages of hotel buffets to choose from during the holy month of the Islamic calendar–– so take your pick and tuck in.

Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree

Malaysia’s celebrity chef Dato’ Chef Ismail Ahmad will be putting his exceptional touch on the Laman Selera Nusantara dinner buffet at The Courtyard from 25 March to 20 April. Renowned for his expertise in Malay cuisine, the feast will feature some of his signature dishes including flavourful Mee Rebus Tulang, the delectable pulut durian, and refreshing Air Janda Pulang. Other talents from the hotel will also spice up the menu quite literally––sample Chef Khoiri’s home favourite Laksa Utara, Chef Faiz’s Singaporean-style Sup Tulang Merah, and Chef Akbar’s Salmon Wellington with a unique twist of Malaysian herbs and spices infusion. Prices are at RM228 nett per person.

For reservations and enquiries WhatsApp +60172068805call +603 211 72821, or email

Hilton Kuala Lumpur

The hotel’s Citarasa Serantau will feature more than 300 dishes and stalls that promise a feast for the senses with iconic flavours of Malaysia and neighbouring countries like Indonesia and Thailand. From 22 March to 21 April, their all-day dining outlet Vasco’s will have a selection of premium signature dishes such as Laksa Goreng with New Zealand Mussel Meat, Udang Harimau Masak Sambal Nenas, and Steamed Baked Australian Whole Lamb ‘Kerutuk’ Spices in Biryani and Saffron Egg. There’s always room for dessert and these will certainly be worth the calories––Sticky Date Pudding with Caramel Sauce, Bomboloni, Red Velvet Doughnut, and Batik Cheese Indulgent. Priced at RM228 nett per person, their menu is also rotated weekly to offer a new gastronomic experience each visit. 

For reservations or enquiries, call +03 226 42264 or email KULHI_F&

Sheraton Petaling Jaya

Walk down memory lane with an array of kampung favourites for Sajian Warisan curated by the team of culinary experts at Feast. From 23 March to 21 April, a sumptuous gourmet for discerning palates awaits with dishes such as Sambal Udang Petai, Kerabu Mangga, and Lemang. The resplendent spread also includes a selection of international fare like Arabic specialities, Japanese sushi and sashimi, fresh seafood, and more. Then, end your iftar on a sweet note with a variety of freshly-cut fruits, desserts, and refreshing drinks, such as Sirap Bandung and frothy Teh Tarik. A live ghazal ensemble (27 March to 18 April) will also help to liven up your spirits while digging into their delectable delights. Prices are at RM148 nett per person.

For reservations or enquiries, call +017-2286098 or email

Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur

Gather with your loved ones for a traditional iftar spread here from 24 March to 21 April. Priced at RM118++ per person, this authentic dining experience features the best traditional Malay cuisine and food specialities from Jalan Kamunting. The menu has been curated to include Capital Café’s assam pedas and beef rendang to MMZ’s sup ekor and sup ayam as well as signature dishes representative of the unique neighbourhood.

For reservations and enquiries, WhatsApp or call +6017 707 0786 or email

Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur 

Temple Tree Resort Langkawi

There is perhaps no other hotel as fitting to celebrate Ramadan other than this heritage resort made up of eight beautifully preserved Malaysian houses dating back to the 1930s fitted with modern amenities. Classic favourites using only the freshest and sustainably sourced ingredients from local farmers and fishermen on the island await at Selera Tradisi Bonda, which translates into ‘Mother’s Traditional Favourites’. From 27 March to 21 April, start your meal with Ikan Bakar with Air Asam and an array of other freshly grilled meat and seafood, then explore cuisines from other parts of Malaysia such as Laksa Sarawak. Priced at RM68 nett per person, other must-haves are the dates and refreshing cold drinks and treats to quench your thirst such as sugar cane and bubur pulut hitam.

For reservations and enquiries, call +6017 599 5935 or email

Temple Tree Resort Langkawi 

Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur

In the months of March and April, the hotel’s restaurant Curate will be adorned with vibrant folk-style decorations to take diners on an immersive journey through local fables and legends. Priced at RM289 per person, gather with family and friends for signature creations such as Tuaran Seafood Noodles, a medley of tiger prawns, scallops, and grouper in seafood gravy and sambal belacan. Otherwise, enjoy a traditional speciality with a twist: Asam Pedas Salmon, which melds wonderfully with the spicy and sour flavours of regional ingredients such as tamarind, daun kesum (Vietnamese coriander) and bunga kantan (ginger flower bud).

For reservations, chat via Four Seasons App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

The Ritz-Carlton Langkawi

Langkawi Kitchen is a rustic two-level venue perched on 30-foot high stilts, with panoramic views of a 100-million-year-old rainforest. From 24 March to 21 April, Nostalgic Negaraku will bring authentic dishes from every state to the table, all served on customised chinaware crafted by artisans. Sample the Manok Pansoh, a Sarawakian dish of chicken cooked in bamboo stalks, or the deliciously spicy dish Daging Salai of beef slow-cooked in coconut milk hailing from Negeri Sembilan.

For reservations and enquiries, call +604 952 4888, Whatsapp +60175737001 or email

The Ritz-Carlton Langkawi

Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur

Ten chefs from different backgrounds and speciality skills have come together to create an eclectic buffet spread for Santapan Serantau with the CHEFs at Serena Brasserie. Available daily throughout the month of Ramadan at RM258++ per person, the menu is a mélange of cuisines from all over Malaysia and other Asian countries, with more than 200 dishes featuring both traditional and contemporary elements. Guests can look forward to signatures prepared by the chefs, such as their Golden Crust Beef Wellington, Kambing Panggang Bumbu Bali and Balinese marinated roasted whole lamb, all of which will be accompanied by live music performances.

For reservations and enquiries, call +6016 202 4623 or email

Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur

St. Regis Langkawi

Their all-day dining restaurant, L’Orangerie, welcomes the Holy month with a specially curated Santapan Utara sharing set menu featuring quintessential North Malaysian cuisine. The menu will be available from 3 April to 2 May at RM300 per set for four persons, as they savour the panoramic views of Langkawi’s rainforests and vistas of the Andaman Sea coupled with bespoke services. The main courses include hearty favourites such as udang galah masak diraja, ayam goreng berempah, kerutuk kambing, and ikan balado. The set menu is also accompanied by nasi minyak, soup, refined desserts such as pengat pisang, and assorted beverages including their signature St. Regis iced tea.

For reservations and enquiries, call +604 960 6666 or email

St Regis Langkawi

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