7 Must-Go Ramadan Buffets That Will Make You Want to Break Fast There
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The eminent writer Virginia Woolf once said: “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Indeed, there are few problems a good meal cannot solve.
In the spirit of Ramadan this year, leave behind whatever conflicts and quarrels you had with your friends and loved ones. And what better way to do so than to gather them at one of these 7 buffet restaurants as you break fast.
1. The Sultani
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If you’re conscious of your spending this Ramadan, fear not. The Sultani offers an incredible buffet spread for a price you would not believe. Their RM65 buffet boasts dishes such as chicken tandoori, fish honey tikka, and not forgetting their delectable roasted lamb with Sultani special sauce. For those with a sweet tooth, the Sultani Sweet Corner serves a spread of desserts including jalebi and assorted barfi among its ranks.
Address: The Sultani, Level 5, Hotel Flamingo Tasik Ampang, Jalan Hulu Kelang, 55000 Ampang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
2. Cyberview Resort and Spa
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At RM138 per pax, the buffet meals at Cyberview Resort and Spa won’t come cheap. On the bright side, the price tag leaves no doubt about the quality and quantity of food. The spread includes a staggering 20 different types of dessert, 15 kinds of Malay kuih, and 10 sweet delicacies to whet your giant appetite. If you’re worried about your waistline, there’s also a variety of healthy salads on offer.
Address: Cyberview Resort and Spa, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyberjaya, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
3. Halia at Sime Darby Convention Centre
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For just RM99, the buffet meal at Halia is truly a value-for-money snag, considering you get to dine in one of the poshest areas in town. It offers three different menus, depending on which day you patronise. In our opinion, all three are equally mouth-watering, serving up dishes such as stir-fried chili crab, mutton masala, and nasi briyani. Dining at Halia is also a feast for the eyes, as live stations will be set up, where you can watch chefs demonstrate their culinary flair.
Address: Halia at Sime Darby Convention Centre, Sime Darby Convention Centre, 1a, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, Bukit Kiara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4. China Treasures at Sime Darby Convention Centre
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Besides Halia, another jewel in Sime Darby Convention Centre’s is China Treasures. It’s slightly pricier at RM120 per pax,, but the buffet is still value for money. Soup, appetiser, fish, prawns, chicken, squid, duck, beef, venison, vegetables, tofu, and desserts are all on the menu here. China Treasures sets the bar high by preparing each dish to order, ensuring you get the freshest meal possible instead of stale dishes some of us are used to seeing at other buffets.
Address: China Treasures at Sime Darby Convention Centre, Sime Darby Convention Centre, 1a, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, Bukit Kiara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
5. AROMA by Eden
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Laksa, char kway teow, and mee rebus are just some of the dishes available at the action stalls or live cooking stations at AROMA by Eden’s RM89 buffet. There are 10 main dishes to choose from every day. These include the fan-favourite fried wanton noodles and curry mee, while those craving other cuisines can go for their beef lasagna or spaghetti milanese. Both menus are changed weekly, so do check out what’s on offer before heading down to avoid being disappointed.
Address: AROMA by Eden, Persatuan Alumni Universiti Malaya Lot 10476, Jalan Susur Damansara (Jalan Damansara Lama), Off Jalan Gegambir, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
6. Swiss Garden Hotel
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Swiss Garden Hotel’s sensational RM118 buffet has received many positive reviews from its patrons. Offering more than 100 dishes and desserts, there will be something even for the pickiest of eaters. We strongly encourage you not to miss their Ramadan buffet highlights, including nasi kerabu and rendang tok. The desserts are equally sedap, so don’t forget about them after your mains.
Address: Swiss Garden Hotel, Jalan Pudu, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
7. Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
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At RM169 per pax, the Ramadan buffet at Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside is the highest-priced buffet on our list. With freshly-barbecued seafood, free-flow durian, and a medley of performers – including clowns, fire-eaters, and a live band – you’re really paying for the dining experience of a lifetime. Jerk chicken skewers, live crabs, fresh cockles, roasted duck, carved meat…we could go on, but that’ll only make you hungrier! Check it out yourself and be blown away by the spread.
Address: Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside, No 2, Jalan P5/5, 62200 Putrajaya, Malaysia
If you’re not someone who likes buffets, here are 2 other restaurants where you can order a la carte dishes to break fast as well.
1. Delhi Royale
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Delhi Royale is an upscale Indian fine-dining restaurant. Featuring top-notch Indian cooking loaded with authentic flavours, you can expect to find dishes such as afghani chicken, tandoori prawns, fish tikka, mutton kebab among others. Delhi Royale even has a separate section for vegetarians, so it is definitely accessible to everyone.
Address: Delhi Royale, No. 33, Lots 2 & 3 (Ground Floor) , Wisma Longrich, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng 50450, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Halal American food served in a laid-back setting – the perfect way to break fast. This is what Chequers is about. All their dishes including waffles, jerk chicken, seabass, and even their sauces and toppings are made from scratch, ensuring only the freshest food gets served.
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Well, these are our picks to break fast at this Ramadan. From the economical to the luxurious, savoury to sweet, international to local cuisines, there is a spread for everyone. Hurry down, because some of these places are already up to their necks in reservations! If you prefer, you could also place your order on Foodpanda and have your meal delivered to your home. Do take advantage of Foodpanda coupons to get discounts!