Showing posts with label Middle Eastern Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Middle Eastern Food. Show all posts

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Celebrate Ramadhan 2018 AT Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Ramadhan 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur is pleased to present its inaugural Festive Feast in conjunction with the fasting month. The chefs at The Cobalt Room will be cooking up a stellar showcase of signature dishes representative of the 13 states in Malaysia and in addition to that, Middle Eastern specialities.

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Executive Chef Chad-Jan Neuman and his team will showcase their culinary skills in the form of an exquisite buffet experience, taking guests on a gastronomic journey through colourful Malaysia. 

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Rendang Masak Pedas Negeri Sembilan

The palates that you can indulge in are the flavourful signature dishes from Perlis to Penang, Kelantan to Terengganu, Malacca to Johor and all the way east to Sabah and Sarawak. Relish in well-known dishes from each state such as Asam Pedas Ikan Tenggiri from Malacca, 

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Rendang Daging Tok Perak

Rendang Daging Tok Perak

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Paru Goreng Berlada Selangor

Paru Goreng Berlada Selangor

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Ayam Masak Berlanda Sabah

Ayam Masak Berlanda Sabah

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Sambal Udang Petai Perak

Sambal Udang Petai Perak

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak from Pahang

Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak from Pahang, Laksa from Kedah, Nasi Kerabu from Terengganu,

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Satay Ayam

Satay

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Ikan Bakar

Popular Ikan Bakar

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Famous Penang Rojak

Penang Rojak and more. 

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Kebab - Middle Eastern Food

Guests will also be able to experience delightful offerings from Sabah and Sarawak and a spread of Middle Eastern favourites will also be featured. 

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Traditional Malay Kuih Muih - Malaysian Desserts

The decadent dessert counter will feature classics for further indulgence and that include Kek Lapis Sarawak, Talam Pandan Sabah, and Cik Mek Molek from Kelantan – this is just the perfect way to conclude the evening of exceptional food and company.

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Buffet Ramadhan Roast Lamb

Embark on this vibrant and delectable culinary adventure and discover or reminisce the intricate flavours and textures interwoven to create an especially memorable dining experience during the festive month.

Ramadhan Buffet 2018 Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Buffet Promotion Price

The Festive Feast at The Cobalt Room on Level One will be from 15 May to 12 June between 6.30pm to 10pm. It is priced at MYR118 nett per adult and MYR59 nett per child 12 years and below. All fully paid reservations made from now until 30 April will enjoy a 10% discount off the normal price. For reservations and enquiries, please call +60 3 2782 9122 or email dining@ritzcarlton.com.my.

Cobalt Room Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur Location Address Map



ON A FESTIVE FEAST
AT THE RITZ-CARLTON, KUALA LUMPURPUTTIN
ON A FESTIVE FEAST
AT THE RITZ-CARLTON, KUALA LUMPUR

Thursday, November 23, 2017

WOWKL - KL Latest Happening Restaurant - Dining - Arts - Show


WOWKL is the latest restaurant that offers visitors a unique Malaysian experience. Ranging from the food that is served to the Malaysian Cultural performance, this is the place to bring your guests to experience the Malaysian Hospitality.


WOWKL is located at the premise of the formerly Saloma Bistro located at the MATIC Centre (Malaysian Tourism Centre) at 139 Jalan Ampang
Kuala Lumpur.


Serving an Eat All You Can Buffet with an array of sumptuous and popular Malaysian dishes with a mesmerizing cultural show happening nightly from 830pm to 930 pm, it will definitely worth the experience. You can check out WOWKL Facebook Page for the latest promotion


Among the food that is served at WOWKL is Roti Canai (which seems to be very popular with the tourist as it is cooked LIVE, so you can enjoy how it is being prepared and served.


Next on is the array of Ulam, Salad and preserved fruits.


Followed by the selection of the Pasembur


Besides serving the Malaysian food, WOWKL also offers some Middle Eastern dishes like the Ayam Mandy


and Lamb Mandy which is the clear broth. Normally the Mandy dishes are red in colour, but here the serving is a clear broth type.


and the ala-minute prepared Kebabs.


Moving along, you get to taste some Western delights such as the Roasted Lamb With Black Pepper Sauce


Crispy Fried Chicken Wings


Or try out the flavourful Fish Curry with Steam White Rice


or the Western Style Fish Fillet With Lemon Sauce.


and not forgetting the must eat Malaysian Food Chicken and Beef Satay.


You can also try out some of the Malaysian delights like the Rojak Buah.


To end your buffet; you can taste out the array of dessert from local traditional Malay Kuih Muih


and Western desserts and cakes for the sweet tooth.


Prices for this Buffet is at RM 110 nett per pax (Adults) RM 70 nett per pax (Children 6 - 12 years) which includes the cultural performance; starting from 7 pm until 10pm. 


From 830pm to 930 there will be the cultural show


At WOWKL you can also dine in the open area where a Live Band performs on a nightly basis


or you can have a sip of a cold beverage at the Bar Counter

WOWKL Location Address Map

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Marhaba Restaurant Publika Authentic Middle Eastern Yemeni Cuisine Review


I am not a big fan of Middle Eastern food as I was very concern about the gamey taste and too enriching dishes with dose of milk based dishes. Although skeptical, Best Restaurant To Eat went to taste this Middle Eastern Cuisine at Marhaba Restaurant located at D1- G4 -1, Publika Solaris Dutamas, No 1 Jalan Dutamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.


When entering this restaurant it exudes an air of elegant as the place is very stylish decorated.

There are special private dining room that you can book for your special and private event and reservation are on a first come first serve basis without any additional cost.


It has an open areas where patron can enjoy the evening breeze while tasting and savouring these authentic Yemeni Cuisine. 


According to one of the owner, all its Chef at the Kitchen are all from Yemen. There are no changes or adaptation to local taste for all its dishes.


We were offered a special tea Shahnee Na' Na' which is concocted with a special mint that helps to whet your appetite before your meal. The tea drink has a very refreshing taste and aroma. 


We then started our food review with an appetizer which is Fatoush Salad that is topped with some fried Yemeni bread and served with green garden salad.


Next, was the arrival of a Mulauwah super large size Yemeni Bread which resembles a super size Naan bread. This can easily feed up to 10 person. As we were told this bread is a staple everyday food for the Yemenese.


To eat the bread, an order of sizzling and boiling hot Saltah Fahsha  - Sizzling Lamb cooked in fragrant Yemeni spices in a stone pot is eaten with the Mulauwah.


With the balance use of the spices, the lamb does not have any sign of gamey taste, which makes this dish very tasty and you guess it, we had it finish in less than a few minutes and a second order for this was in store.


Next, we had the Chicken Mandi which is steamed tender chicken with traditional Yemeni spices. The meat has a soft texture and was very well flavoured.


and followed by another chicken dish which is the Chicken Mazbi, which is a charcoal barbeque chicken cooked in a tandoor. 


Next, we had the Grilled King Fish


followed by the Grilled Prawns.


The Hummus that was served at the Marhaba has a very soft creamy base and is topped with olive oil.


The final main dish is the Lamb Hanith - the chef uses a very young lamb usually around 4 to 6 months old. The chosen parts are either the lamb ribs or the lamb shoulder. 


The lamb was first pre-cooked in a spice based soup and then grilled before being served. The result is that this lamb ribs that we had was succulent with a nice aroma while its meat was tender without any gamey smell. 


Served with the basmati rice, it was a very delicious tasty dish that had me going for second and third helping of this dish.


To end our meal, we had the Shahee Mula Ban Tea which is said to be good for the stomach after a hearty meal. After having the tea, we did feel not that bloated from the dishes that we had earlier.


At the end of dinner, my perception of Middle Eastern meal especially Yemeni have taken a new found taste as it was very delicious especially the Lamb dishes served at Marhaba Restaurant.

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