Jalan Ampang, Hampshire Park
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2161 8888
FB : Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur for their coming extravagant iftar feast to celebrate the holy month from 27 May to 25 June with Nusantara ambience to create the festive Ramadan atmosphere.
Conveniently located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city, Corus Hotel is only 5 minutes walk away from KLCC. Come to Corus Hotel with your family and friends to share the spirit of Buka Puasa with an array of sumptuous traditional Nusantara menu with the best kept recipe, you will be hard pressed on which you should start with.
Be prepared for some hot, spicy, cooked to perfection dishes like the Daging Masak Hitam Berempah and Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak Sungai Pahang, two specialties of their Executive Sous Chef, Chef Zalizam, you would be sorry to miss it. Don’t forget the Sambal Udang with Petai, while served with freshly steamed white rice.
Not forgetting the greens, there will be ulam-ulam kampong including Daun Pegaga, Daun Selom, Ulam Raja, Tenggek Burung, Pucuk Ganjus, Kacang Panjang, Kacang Botol, Petai, Jering, Timun, Tomato, Terung Pipit, Terung Telunjuk, Jantung Pisang, Nangka Muda, Peria Katak and Bendi, accompanied with assorted types of sambal, jeruk-jeruk Malaysia, a selection of kerabu and assorted crackers with sauces.
Be sure not to miss their 8 action stalls serving wide varieties of choices of seafood bakar prepared for you on the go, whole Kambing Panggang with potato served with assorted selection of sauces: black pepper, rosemary, mint and mustard.
Other fares such as the Pecal Parit Jawa, Lamb Varuval, Nyonya Assam Fish with Tauhu Pik, Ayam Masak Merah ala Johor are also served for those who has yet to sate his/her appetite for more. Don’t forget to dive into the hot mouth-watering oxtail soup as well, it’s clear, added with special seasonings and with the peppery taste will definitely enhance your taste buds for more.
Chef Meng’s Mee Goreng Mamak, a simple yet palatable dish that’s all about its spicy feels. The dish packs quite a punch for its spiciness but if you can hold to spicy food, this dish is no sweat. While his version of Penang Char Kway is made from flat rice noodles stir fried over very high heat for the wok-hei with light and dark soy sauce, chili, whole prawn, cockles, bean sprouts and chopped Chinese chives.
Chef Raja’s stall of crunchy fritters, serving assorted of deep fried snack food like Pisang, Cempedak, Keledek, Keropok Lekor and Cekodok Pisang.
For those hankering for something more international, an Italian Pasta live station will serve up a variety of assorted pasta to choose, specially prepared a la minute to each guest’ liking.
Anticipate the satisfaction of enjoying kampong-style kuih and an array of other local and western desserts, with dates, fresh fruits and slake your thirsty throat with a revitalizing sirap bandung or refreshing sugarcane drink.
Price starts from RM128 nett per adult and RM50 nett per child. Enjoy special deals of 20% off for selected credit and debit cards. Dondang Sayang Coffee House can seat about 300 guests, so be sure to make you reservations early. For reservations, please call 603-2161 8888 ext 123 or email to [email protected]l.com.
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