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Wednesday 18 March 2020

PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur RAMADAN BUFFET DINNER 2020 At Chatz Brasserie’

PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur 
‘Jom Iftar @ Chatz Brasserie’ Ramadan Special 
PARKROYAL Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be having a special Ramadan promotion starting from 27 April till 20 May 2020. This year the theme for this Ramadan season is called ‘Jom Iftar @ Chatz Brasserie’. Come join me to check out their Ramadan Buffet offering for this year 2020!

 PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur 
RM 132nett/Adult & RM 66/Child ( 5 to 11 years old)

Sneak Peek Into Park Royal Ramadan Highlights  

PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur 
Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
TEL: +60 3 2147 0088

Feast during the holy month with us at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur as they'll be featuring over 50 mouth-watering dishes introduced by their culinary team who will take you back down memory lane, that reflects nostalgically mother and grandmother’s cooking and secret recipes that would entice your appetite. 

 Mouth-Watering  ParkRoyal Ramadan Spread 

For this Ramadan special, PARKROYAL HOTEL Kuala Lumpur will be celebrating the holy month at the Chatz Brasserie located on Lower Lobby level where guests can take a gastronomy journey around Malaysia to enjoy a variety of Malay traditional flavours, live food stall stations and a truly Asia Malaysia culture at its finest. 

Executive Chef Joseph Kuan

Quick Tour With Executive Chef Joseph Kuan 

Among the must try are Ikan Goreng Kari Pulleh Rangup Johor Berlada Hitam by Chef Isham, Special Nenda Ayam Goreng Inchi Kabin by their renowned Chef Hazmi, Kambing Panggang Cik Mek Molek Mewangi by Chef Razalee, Gulai Kawah Pedas Tetel Omak Den with Chef Khairulizam and many more. By popular demand, Chef Stewart will also bring back Mi Kolok Bumi Kenyalang to this year Jom Iftar.

Nenda Ayam Goreng Inchi Kabin 
By Chef Hazmi

Special Nenda Ayam Goreng Inchi Kabin is a popular Nyonya dish cooked on a ship for the sailors.

The chicken is flavoured with fennel, cumin, coriander, turmeric, black pepper, chilli powder, kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk plus a few more aromatic herbs and then fried using a 32 inches diameter long big Kawah. 

 Ikan Goreng Kari Pulleh Rangup Berlada Hitam
By Chef Isham

For the fish lover, you must check out the Ikan Goreng Kari Pulleh Rangup Berlada Hitam station, a classic recipe by great grandmom of Chef Isham.

Spoilt with choice of pomfret, halibut slices or mackerel when you taste the granny special black pepper.

Pomfret Slices

Halibut Fillet

Mackerel Slices

Black pepper is good for health and also could help to get rid of the bad spirit. To enhance the taste, you may like to dip with fish of choice with sambal kalasan, sauce kasturi or ketumbar chili sauce. 

 Kambing Panggang Cik Mek Molek
By Chef Razalee

Kambing Panggang Cik Mek Molek is a famous Kelantan style barbeque roasted lamb. The roasted whole lamb is marinated with freshly blended pineapple juice, a touch of honey and perfumed with freshly ground Tanah Merah spices.

The dish is served together with cinnamon roasted pineapple and moistens with special spicy kuzi raisin sauce. Spicy Kuzi Jabit, a special sauce made of Jabit, spices, tamarind, cashew nuts and dried chillies.

Middle Eastern ‘Mandy’ Basmati Rice

Arabic Bread, Pita

Roasted Lamb is perfect to be eaten together with Middle Eastern ‘Mandy’ Basmati Rice and Arabic bread, Pita.

Gulai Kawah Pedas Tetel
By Chef Khairulizam

Gulai Kawah, a special must-have dish at every home during break ‘fast’. Traditionally, parents will wait for the children to be home and then prepare the ‘gulai’ together. The family will enjoy the home-cooked gulai during break fast before Isyak prayer.

Gulai Kawah Pedas Tetel, braised beef cooked in coconut milk, cloves, star anise cardamon, enhanced with kerisik (fried coconut), gula Melaka (palm sugar and asam gelugor (sliced sour plum). The meat will be slowly braised until the meat is tender and gravy becomes semi-thick.

Mi Kolok 
By Sarawakian Chef Stewart

Mi Kolok, a well-known hawker food and signature noodle dish in Sarawak. Classically served with crushed garlic and shallot, minced meat, spring onion and sliced ‘Char Siew’ chicken coated with shallot oil.

Their special Mi Kolok is prepared with secret red shallot oil by Chef Stewart. For a tasty Mi Kolok experience, the noodle must be eaten together with pickled chillies and a bowl of soup. It is usually taken for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even for supper!

Any Kuching Kia who went overseas or anywhere outside Kuching, will always miss the Mi Kolok more than home. Besides noodles, you can also opt for Kway Teow or Bee Hoon.  

Penang Assam Laksa
By Chef Chew

Sweet, sour, minty and spicy are the magical words that will instantly come into mind when we think of the famous Penang Assam Laksa by Chef Chew. The spicy sour based soup takes hours of boiling to disintegrates the fish meats which will then become part of the aromatic broth.

Assam Laksa is served with generous portion sliced cucumber, onions, chillies, pineapple julienne, lettuce, mint leaves, ginger bud and rice noodle. 

Bubur Kacang Hijau Durian by Chef Azmi

Finish off the evening with Bubur Kacang Hijau Durian by Chef Azmi. Bubur Kacang, the king of all ‘bubur’ is a sweet green bean soup boiled with coconut milk complemented with jellies, sticky rice and sago pearls. To satisfy the durian craving, Chef Azmi brings to you this special dessert with a touch of durian, the Malaysia King of fruit.

Durian Cheese Cake

 Assorted Eclairs

All these local highlighted dishes are prepared specially by designated chefs from their respective states, where all ingredients are selected thoroughly to ensure the authenticity and originality of the local dish.

Pasembur Berlauk With Peanut Gravy

Umai Udang Sarawak or  Sarawak Prawn Umai

Come and celebrate this holy month at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur with local favourites with great comfort and a festive ambience that will not disappoint. 

Jom Iftar @ Chatz Brasserie Early Bird promotion will be available from 16 March till 26 April 2020 at only RM 93nett per person.

For walk-in guests from 27 April onwards, Jom Iftar will be priced at RM 132nett for adult and RM 66 for children (from 5 to 11 years old).


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1 comment:

  1. So yummy :)
    I really love some of the dishes on this page and wish I was there :)
    Thanks for sharing.


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