The Coffee House on Level 9 of Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur is featuring more than 100 selections ranging from Malay lauk-pauk to Asian and western cuisines for buka puasa this Ramadan.
The hotel's executive chef Rossham Rosli and his team will be preparing some of his specialities including his Thailand culinary competition award-winning oriental barbecued lamb, his gear box soup, salmon fish head curry, laksa utara, udang kalio with belimbing buluh, daging masak lemak cili padi, and ikan patin masak tempoyak, among others.
“In the past years, many of our guests have complimented us on our barbecued lamb, gear box soup and other selections,” said Rossham, who has some 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry.
For appetizers, the chef has planned an extensive range that include kerabu jantung pisang, kerabu lala pedas, rojak buah, tauhu sumbat, grilled beef mandarin salad, pecal, ulam, chilled mayo crabmeat with corn salad, poached fish with pineapple and snow peas salad, just to name a few.
For something different, check out the Japanese counter with its assortment of maki and sushi rolls.
There will also be 12 action stalls featuring some of the popular local delights – grilled fish and seafood, chicken chop with mushroom sauce, chicken shawarma, and cucur – prepared a la minute.
The buffet also offers an abundance of local desserts including 10 types of kuih talam such as talam keladi, talam seri muka, talam lapis, talam cendol, talam berlauk and even talam durian.
Cendol, ice kacang, teh tarik, fresh tropical fruits and a variety of cakes are also available at the dessert counter.
The hotel's Ramadan Buffet will be available from May 19 to June 4, starting at 6pm, at RM128 nett per person and with a half price promotion for senior citizens and children aged six to 12 years old, while children aged six and below eat for free.
For more, visit the Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur website.