PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2147 0088
FB : PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently had the chance to sample the Malaysia’s most extensive spread of seafood for marine enthusiasts and a variety of meat prepared in your preferred style.
Whipped up by the talented chefs at Chatz Brasserie’s open-concept kitchen, diners can now look forward to a refreshed array of marine harvest and meat at ‘A Festival of Marine Harvest and International Carvery‘, as well as crabs perpared in six flavors.
From the salad bar, the Caribbean Shrimp Salad, Mussel with Apricot and Thai Chilli or Roasted Eggplant with Salmon Roe and Tomato Coulis are presented in dainty, miniature glasses. A generous amount of mussels, prawns, fish and squid can be found in the Seafood Bouillabaisse as you walk along the soup counter.
For fresh seafood lovers, be spoilt for choices such as slipper lobster, mussels, prawns and scallop on ice, Japanese selection of sashimi and sushi, grilled seafood and meat ranging from stingray, pomfret, sirloin, chicken and sausages. There is also a seafood platter that offers a bountiful supply of smoked salmon, peppered mackerel, eel and smoked oyster.
Seafood on Ice
Pick your choices from the Raw Selection Counter and the chef will have it cooked for you.
At the hot section, Kambing Masak Tomato Masala, Udang Galah Berlada, Beef Briyani and Udang Galah Masak Lemak Belimbing are among the Malaysian cuisine for your main course.
Chinese Almond Chicken, Ginger Mutton and Steamed Fish with Coriander-Soy Sauce are among the Chinese varieties which are made available.
If you prefer western options, the Baked Oyster with Spinach, Grilled Chicken Thigh with Capsicum and Eggplant Relish and Baked Crab Pudding are your selections. At the a la minute counter, get our chefs to whip up an Oyster Omelette or even Fish and Chips.
Baked Oyster with Spinach
The Baked Salmon-Grouper in Pate Dough at the carvery station is a sensation among diners as this dish usually disappears within an hour after it is served. Other offerings include Roasted Tender Rib Eye, Baked Red Snapper and the Classic Beef Wellington.
For a laid-back Malaysian delight, assorted Dim Sum, Lok Lok Steamboat, Seafood Noodles, Assam Laksa, Prawn Mee and Mi Soto Ayam make up your weekend cravings. PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur’s famous Roasted and Steamed Chicken, Roasted Duck and BBQ Lamb Rice will add to the variety of your dinner choices.
‘A Festival of Marine Harvest and International Carvery’ is available on Friday and Saturday from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
It is priced at RM128 nett per person and includes unlimited flow of juices and soft drinks. For RM168 nett per person, enjoy 3 glasses of white wine or beer along with your dinner.
When you pay RM158 nett per person, you not only enjoy unlimited flow of juices and soft drinks, you are also entitled to 1 crab cooked in Chilli, Marmite, Salted Egg, Sweet and Sour, Kam Heong or Butter style. At RM188 nett per person, your buffet includes 1 crab and 3 glasses of white wine or beer.
For reservations and enquiries, please call 03 2147 0088 or email chatz.prku[email protected]
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