Buffet Ramadan Warisan Tradisi Kampung D’Utara @ Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur

The holy month of Ramadhan is near and Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur is bringing back a feast ‘Warisan Tradisi Kampung D’Utara’ showcasing delicious delights from the Northern states of Malaysia. Diners are offered spread of authentic dishes from Kedah, Penang, Perak, Kelantan and others for Buka Puasa this Ramadan.

Early Bird Vouchers are for sale from now until 14th May 2017 at RM72 nett per person valid from 29th May to 2nd June 2017.

29th May – 4th June & 22nd – 23th June 2017

Adult: RM100 nett & Child: RM50 nett

5th – 9th June, 12th – 16th June, 19th – 21st June

Adult: RM145 nett & Child: RM72 nett

Weekend Special 10th – 11th June & 17th – 18th June

Adult: RM100 nett & Child: RM50 nett


Let’s kick start the feast with some sweet dates.


The must-have Roasted Whole Lamb Stuffed with Briyani Rice, a whole lamb slow roasted and marinated with myriad spices to tenderize and flavour the lamb. The lamb was beautifully succulent and tender that warrants a few helpings. The Briyani rice richly infused with spices and herbs to go with the lamb.


Another crowd pleaser in any Ramadan feast is the rich and spiced-laden Gear Box Soup. The cattle bones are boiled with a multitude of spices and herbs such as star anise, cinnamon sticks, cardamoms, onion, garlic and many more that gave the soup its wonderful earthy and spicy note. It is simply a wonderful tummy warmer after a day of fasting.


Another highlight of the buffet this year are these freshly prepared Kelapa Bakar. I don’t really like chilled drinks so I definitely enjoyed sipping on the warm and refreshing coconut water.


Various of Kerabus, Ulams and Sambals to open up the palate before enjoy other dishes.


The buffet spread are filled with pots of glorious curries and dishes to go with hearty Nasi Kandar or steamed rice. The selection of assortment of curries really sums up the authentic Malay cuisine’s unique flavours.


Savor Gulai Kawah Daging, Ayam Panggang Madu Berbijan, Puyuh Goreng Sambal Hijau, Satay, Murtabak and the list goes on.


These breads are ideal for scooping up the lovely curry gravy.


There were several live cooking stations that evening and this fried food station undoubtedly the most popular one.


These freshly fried chicken were sufficiently flavourful on the skin with tender and juicy flesh. An absolute sin for weight-watchers like me but I didn’t want to think about the calories that I’ve consumed that evening. Eat first think later when the food is so good. LOL


Other options such as fried prawns and fish fillets also worth a try.


Select your choices of noodles and vegetables and let the chef do the rest at the noodle station!


Also visit the live action of Ikan Bakar filled with freshly grilled assorted fishes marinated with moreish sambal.


Moving on to desserts, the kaleidoscope of desserts are so amazingly pretty. Enjoy the wide choices of traditional kuih-muih and biscuits, a colourful sweet ending to the sumptuous dinner.


Other international desserts include fruits, cakes, puddings, tart, pastries and ice cream also available if the above traditional desserts not your choice.




Swez Brasserie
Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur
13, Jalan 16/11, 46350 Petaling Jaya, Selangor D.E.
Tel: +603-7665 1111 ext.183 / WhatsApp: 012-251 0296
Website: www.eastin.com


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