Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine Ramadan Buffet 2015 at Suria KLCC 

Thailand will always hold a special place in my heart. To me, it is a beautifully romantic country with plenty of mystical tale that comes alive as soon as you stepped foot in it’s land. Being a Northerner, visiting Southern Thailand is quite a norm for me and my husband whenever we go back to my hometown, mainly Satun and Hadyai. But last year, we decided to explore further and took a short birthday a.k.a anniversary trip to Songhkla, Thailand.

Songhkla is actually a very famous state in Thailand, especially among those Muslims who eloped. To cut the long story short, Songhkla is the Asian version of Las Vegas. Attractions around it includes the zoo, mosque, temples and of course, the mermaid statue by Samila beach.

My husband and I did some eat-travel-write kinda thing and discovered that Thai food is absolutely delicious, and not quite easy to find authentic ones in Kuala Lumpur. We usually get the watered down version of Thai food, but lucky us, we found Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine. Located on the 4th floor of KLCC, Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine serves nothing but authentic Thai cuisine.

Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine has rolled out a delectable buffet spread in conjunction of Ramadan, with a good mix of local and Thai delicacies to suit everyone’s palate.

Here’s sharing with you what they have to offer in their buffet spread this coming Ramadan 2015. First let’s check out the live action stalls:

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Tom Yam Stall

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Tom Yam Goong. A Siamese signature sour and spicy soup dish. A must try.

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Assorted noodles to go with your Tom Yam soup.

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Assorted fish balls and surimis

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Fresh calamari and prawns are available too.

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Gerai Ikan Bakar

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Grilled catfish with sweet and spicy sauce.

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Chicken Satay

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Beef Satay

Also spotted at the Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine Ramadan Buffet is those all time Malaysian favourites dishes that is a common appearance during Ramadan and special occasions:

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Nasi Briyani

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Ayam Kapitan

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Rendang Tok

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Pajeri Nanas

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Pajeri Terung

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Stir Fried Lala in Tomyam Paste

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Stir Fried Squid in Garlic Sauce

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Tofu in minced chicken

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Deep fried butter fish

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Creamy butter prawn topped with chunks of salted eggs.

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Green curry lamb

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Here’s the Executive Chef Solehuddin Nutto showcasing must try items at the buffet

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Thai style Kangkung Celup Tepung

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Fried Onion Rings

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Mieng Kham

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It is a Thai leaf dish usually sold on the street of Thailand. I topped the leaf with roasted shredded coconut, toasted peanuts, lime, dried shrimp, bird’s eye chili , topped with palm syrup sauce. It was an explosion of taste in the mouth. Very interesting leaf dish and it was said to have medicinal value where it helps the digestive system and expels wind.

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Fresh vegetables

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Assorted sambal and air asam dips to go with fresh ulams.

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Assorted Kerabu

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Kerabu Timun dan Nanas

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Kerabu Ayam Cincang

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Kerabu Soo-hoon

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Kerabu Mangga

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Assorted Jeruk

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Acar Buah

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Fruits

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Dessert section features assorted traditional Malay Kuih and Thai desserts.

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Kuih Talam

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Bahulu

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Ubi Kayu Rebus

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Pisang Rebus

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Bubur Pisang&Jagung and Bubur Kacang Hijau

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Pulut Mangga or rather, the famous Mango Sticky Rice. I did not manage to try this but it is always gone whenever they replenish it at the buffet so I suppose this surpassed the expectations.

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Red Ruby or Tub Tim Grob, coconut milk based dessert that is very popular among Thais when the weather is hot. The small reddish thing are water chestnut covered with tapioca flour, served with sweeten coconut milk and shaved ice and one can add jellied coconut and shredded jackfruit as additional item if they prefer. Very sweet and refreshing dessert.

For more information what they have to offer this coming Ramadan, please refer to the information below:

Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine
Suria KLCC Tel: 2382 7788 / 0887
Pavilion KL Tel: 2143 1141
Alamanda Putrajaya Tel: 8890 1616

Website: www.chakri.com.my & www.rotolgroup.com
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