9 Ramadan Feasts To Savour This Year With An Array Of Divine Dishes

The seemingly never-ending festive seasons continue with the month of Ramadan almost upon us, which means that it’s the perfect excuse to be in the company of loved ones while feasting on a scrumptious spread. Hotels and restaurants are going all out for the holy month, so take advantage of the magnificent culinary experiences that await with our following picks.

InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

For Ramadan, the luxury hotel steps away from the Petronas Twin Towers will be bringing its roster of culinary maestros to serve up authentic flavours passed down for generations with their ‘Anugerah Warisan’ theme. Savour the 18kg Braised Barbecue-glazed Beef Shank by Chef Nadzirah or the Parameswara charcoal-grilled Ikan Bakar by Chef Hafizi from Melaka. It also includes Arabian favourites that will allow you to travel to the Middle East via your tastebuds from 13 March to 9 April (RM278 nett per adult, RM168 nett per child for those ages 5 and above). Visit their website for Early Bird prices.

For reservations, call +6016 202 4623 or email fnb.admin@ickualalumpur.com.my.


Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree

The renowned hotel continues its tradition of enlisting Malaysian celebrity chefs for their buka puasa dinner buffets, this time with Dato’ Chef Zam who will be adding an exceptional touch through his signature dishes such as Nasi Dagang and Laksa Terengganu. You will also be able to satisfy your cravings for Malaysian delicacies such as Kurma Ayam, Nekbat Sira, and freshly opened durian from 15 March to 7 April, 6.30pm to 10.00 pm (RM218 nett per adult, RM109 nett per child aged 12 and below). Visit their website for Early Bird offers.

For reservations, call The Courtyard at +603 2117 2821, WhatsApp +6017 206 8805, or email thecourtyard-pavilionhotel@banyantree.com.

Pavilion Hotel

Banyan Tree

Parkroyal Collection Kuala Lumpur

As the melodious tunes of ghazal music fill the air, tuck into indulgent dishes such as lobster kerabu from 10 March to 10 April at the stunning Thyme restaurant, which integrates natural materials and forest shades into its decor. Also on its impressive menu are other made-to-order freshly cooked seafood prepared at live stations and famous local dishes including daging tetel asam pedas, siput sedut masak lemak and udang galah masak kerisik. The ‘Santapan Nusantara’ buffet dinner is priced at RM232 nett for adults, RM119 nett for senior citizens (60 years and above), and RM119 nett for children (6 to 11 years old).

For reservations, contact +603 2782 8388, WhatsApp +6012 230 2782, or email dining.prckul@panpacific.com.


Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur

To celebrate this sacred month, Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur is introducing its Sajian Istimewa offerings with a breaking-fast buffet at Lemon Garden as well as a curated collection of gifts. Chef Mohammad Safee and his team have crafted more than 300 dishes, featuring Malaysian favourites, Asian delicacies, international cuisine, and Middle Eastern classics. This dinner buffet comes with well-positioned counters, live cooking stations surrounding the Koi Pond, and a dessert pavilion. Highlights include the flavours of daging rendang tok, the aromatic spices of ikan singang, udang masak sambal petal, the signature dish kambing pangang, and plenty more besides. The Sajian Istimewa buffet will be available from 12 March to 9 April, daily from 7pm to 10pm. Prices are RM250 nett per person from Monday through Thursday and RM290 nett per person from Friday to Sunday. Children aged 6 to 11 dine at half price, while Shangri-La Circle Members can enjoy complimentary dine-in for children under 6 years old.

For reservations, contact +603 2786 2378 or email at dining.kl@shangri-la.com.


Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas

Ramadan is a month of reflection, and what better place to do it than at a seaside resort nestled in lush tropical gardens? Their ‘Citarasa Tradisi’ buffet will unveil a spread of mouthwatering Southeast Asian dishes and favourite family recipes from the different states at their signature Turmeric restaurant. The exquisite feast includes Udang Masak Lemak, traditional Bubur Lambuk, Lamb Briyani, Tom Yum Goong and a selection of fresh seafood. The buffet is from 13 March to 9 April from 6.30 pm to 10.00 pm (RM178+ per adult, RM89+ per child). Early Bird and CIMB cardholder offers are available, so visit their website for more information.

For reservations, call +607 828 0888 or email fbgsm@anantara.com.


Sunway Resort Hotel

During the 14th century, Ibn Battuta—the Muslim world’s Marco Polo—globetrotted for 29 years, covering lands mainly in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. At the Sunset Terrace restaurant (11 March to 9 April for dinner and 10 to 13 April for lunch and dinner), embark on a global gastronomic adventure inspired by the man himself, featuring delights such as Lamb Tagine from Morocco, Lamb Ouzi from the Middle East, Pide from Turkey, and Sultanate Biryani from India. Finish the meal on a sweet note with desserts such as Gulab Jamun from India, as well as Bondibai from the Maldives. Early Bird and group booking discounts are available, so visit their website for more information and prices.

For reservations call +603 7495 2009 or WhatsApp +6019 381 5568.


Hotel Indigo Kuala Lumpur On The Park

A gleaming addition to our nation’s capital by IHG Hotels & Resorts, the new hotel’s elevated street dining restaurant, Wok Star, blends tradition and innovation for its Ramadan menu in a setting inspired by a lush rainforest. Instead of a typical buffet, they offer an exclusive set-to-table service with a Talam style (served on a traditional Malay tray) and a semi-buffet concept with tantalising offerings utilising premium ingredients such as Wagyu Satay Platter and Briyani Rice with Quail Egg. Available from 12 March to 9 April (RM198 per adult, RM99 for children aged 6-11).

For reservations, call +603 2630 3888 or email hotelindigo.kualalumpur@ihg.com.

Hotel Indigo

Nobu Kuala Lumpur

If you’d like an alternative to Malaysian delights to break fast with friends and family, make a reservation at the iconic restaurant and its signature blend of Japanese and Peruvian flavours. Their latest Sundown Spread course menu is an innovative take on fresh catches such as Yellowtail Jalapeno followed by the distinct flavours of Mushroom Tacos Tosazu Truffle. Then as a main, opt for their rich and savoury Snapper Black Bean Sauce or their tangy Wagyu A3 with Pineapple Aji Amarillo Salso with a spicy kick. Available from 11 March to 9 April, Mondays and Tuesdays from 7 pm to 10 pm at RM450+ per person.

For reservations, call +603 2380 0028 or WhatsApp +6019 389 5085, or visit their website.


Shook! At The Starhill Dining

Relish in a thoughtfully curated buffet of age-old kampung recipes passed down through generations at the ‘Selera Kampong Enak’ buffet. Savour Chef Rafizan’s famous sambals that were pounded to perfection as well as heartwarming classics featuring Rendang Ayam Pedas and Kambing Masak Hitam. The ‘Selera Kampong Enak’ buffet will run from 15 March to 9 April, priced at RM125++ per adult and RM60++ per child.

For reservations, Whatsapp/call +6018 929 8060 or email enquiries@thestarhilldining.com.


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