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Friday, 25 May 2018

Buffet Dinner 'Juadah Kampung' At KONTIKI Restaurant The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur

JUADAH KAMPUNG BUFFET DINNER
KONTIKI The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Buffet Dinner ~ Juadah Kampung 
KONTIKI The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Themed 'Juadah Kampung Buffet Dinner' The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur spotlights time-tested traditional fare this year. My family and I were invited to taste and review their buffet offerings consisting of over 100 traditional dishes featuring a mammoth spread of authentic kampung delicacies and traditional delights complemented with favourite local flavours at the Kontiki Restaurant.    

Wondrous Spread Of Dishes

The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur
KONTIKI Restaurant 
No.35 Jalan Bukit Bintang 
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 - 2148 9166

These tempting delicacies feature their well-loved local recipes from traditional favourites to the famed hawker fares; including ever-lasting recipes from Tunku's Kitchen belonging to Malaysia's beloved first Prime Minister, Y.T.M. Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj. 

The 'Juadah Kampung Kampung Buffet Dinner' is priced at RM 138nett/adult, RM 35nett/child & RM 69nett/senior citizen and it's available from 25 May to 14 Jun 2018 from 7pm to 9:30pm nightly. There's also a DISCOUNT of 30% OFF for members of Gracious Rewards & FHI Privilege Club.

For more details about this, click here to find out more about it > www.fhihotels.com/gracious and www.fhihotels.com/privilege-club  

In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan, the management and staff of Federal Hotels International (FHI) and FHI Group of Hotels namely The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur and Hotel Capitol Kuala Lumpur had come together to spread some festive cheers to children from the Rumah Nur Kasih Bestari at their recent Ramadan Buffet at Kontiki Restaurant too.
 
Children From Rumah Nur Kasih Bestari Enjoying Buffet Spread

Nice Prop To Pose For A Ramadan Theme Dinner

 Happy Eats With My Daughter Clarrisha Hong 

Miss Ooi Lee Ping, Director of Group Marketing, Sales & Business Development & Operations Of Federal Hotels International said, "The holy month of Ramadan is a time for tradition, a time for sharing and giving. Ramadan is a blessed month and as always it's a pleasure to spread festive cheer to make the little ones feel extra special. We believe in spreading love and are delighted to play host to these children, as it's very rewarding to see the children's happy faces."

Spacious & Comfy Seating 

Recipes From Tunku's Kitchen
 Our Beloved First Prime Minister, Y.T.M. Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj  

There is 8 rotation menu daily. So diners will be spoilt with the choice of salad, appetisers, soup,  small bites to the main course, dessert and much more. Highlights from the menu are of course the ever-lasting recipes from Tunku's Kitchen.

TUNKU'S CUISINE 
Sambal Udang Petai

Ikan Goreng Serai


Daging Kicap Kacang Pis

Hati Ayam Goreng Berkicap


MALAY CLASSICS
Fried  Squid With Dried Chilli


WESTERN CUISINE
Roasted Duck With Quick Orange Sauce

Grilled Lamb Cutlet With Ratatouille


CARVING STATION
Roasted Lamb

Meat lovers will be delighted with Ramadan diners' favourites such as Roasted Lamb, Roasted Lamb Leg and Beef Tenderloin available all night long at the Carving Station.

Roasted Lamb Leg

Beef Tenderloin


GORENG GORENG STATION
Do check out the chefs manning the LIVE COOKING Stations busy doling out scrumptious snacks and tasty treats on the spot. These stations feature a variety of local favourites including Ketam Goreng, Ayam Goreng, Burung Puyuh Goreng, Sotong Goreng, Udang Goreng, Lok-lok, Sotong Kangkung, Sup Gearbox and much more. 

Udang Goreng

Ketam Goreng

Sotong Goreng

Ayam Goreng

Burung Puyuh Goreng

Drumstick Goreng

Sinful Treat Of Goreng-Goreng Dishes Served With Sauces


SOUPS CORNER
Sup Gearbox With Its Condiments

Four Treasures With Crabmeat Soup & Cream of Mushroom Soup


RICE TREATS
Nasi Bukhari 


LOK-LOK STATION
Lok Lok For Those Looking For A Healthy Treats 

Rojak Sotong Kangkung


SUSHI & SASHIMI STATION
Japanese food lovers will eat to their heart contents at this lovely Japanese's Sushi & Sashimi station. The chef will be making fresh and tasty sushi on the spot for diners to try their selection at the buffet. 


KERABU & ULAM STATION
Making a point to allow diners to enjoy a taste of home, the chefs at Kontiki Restaurant had prepared large varieties of ulam-ulam kampung and kerabu with selection of ikan masin, tauhu sumbat, acar buah, acar rampai, tempe goreng,  pedas, ikan rabus goreng, Kerabu mangga, Kerabu Daging, Kerabu Taugeh, Kerabu Kacang Kacang Botol, just to name a few. 

Pegedil Daging

Assorted Kerabu

Makan Ulam Awet Muda

Ulam-Ulam Kampung With Assorted House Made Dipping Sauce

Gado Gado

Gado-Gado is one of my favourite dishes to eat at all Ramadan Buffet. It's a healthy offering with all kinds of vegetables such as taugeh, shredded turnip, cucumber, cabbage, long beans and tofu cake too. 

Rojak Buah 


WESTERN APPETISERS
Western Cold Cut Platter

Salad

Complete your Iftar feast with sweet ending such as Malay Kuih, cakes, pudding, French pastries, jelly, local fresh fruits plus many more.
   
DESSERT
Traditional Malay Cookies


Wajid Kampung Sweet Treats

Bread & Butter Pudding 

Fresh Malaysian Local Fruits

Jeruk-Jeruk

Ice Kacang / Cendol

Ice Cream With Condiments

For reservations, please call 03 - 2148 9166 or email them at fnb@federal.com.my


 
 
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KONTIKI Restaurant The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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2 comments:

  1. Ramadan Buffet Dinner 2018 ~ Juadah Kampung At KONTIKI Restaurant The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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  2. So many menus for their Ramadhan buffet. I rarely eat duck but i loved the roasted duck with orange sauce here. Not bad! Not even had a chance to try the kuih muih cause already full 🀣

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