Rajawali Bazaar Ramadan, Awana Resort Genting

Guest Photographer: AlienGoTravel
Shots taken with : Nikon Coolpix S33

Fancy breaking fast at 3,000 above sea level? Well then, head over to Rajawali Coffee House in Awana Resort Hotel, Genting Highlands. The restaurant is offering Rajawali Bazaar Ramadhan for this Ramadan 2015, featuring a rather generous buffet spread for your gastronomic pleasure.

As usual, like all of my Ramadan buffet reviews, I’ll just highlight what I think worth having rather than going in depth for each dishes featured at this buffet.

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Kambing Bakar Ahmad Rosnie

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Australian Roast Lamb, dressed with homemade black pepper sauce and mint sauce. Perfectly done and I definitely wouldn’t mind seconds, but of course I had to save space for other tantalizing dishes offered in the buffet.

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Kelantanese Delights, Nasi Kerabu and condiments along with the side dishes.

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The all time Malaysians favourite rice dish during special occasions, Nasi Briyani.

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Anne Gopal Sappede. This live action stall features freshly made Murtabak, Roti Canai, Roti Telur, Puree, Chappati, Dhosai, Idli and condiments like Parpu Masalah, Tengga Chutney Tomato Chutney and Potato Masala.

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Had some Murtabak and thought these are definitely one of the better ones I’ve tasted during Ramadan buffet media previews.

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The noodle counter, featuring assorted noodles and sides for you to assemble to your own liking.

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The Sup Kambing was simply delicious, definitely a cure for the grumbling tummy.

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To my delight, my favourite Laksa Penang is also available at the buffet. Needless to say, I enjoyed this very much.

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Kebabs and shawerma is also offered at the Middle East live action stall.

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Seafood lovers would be pleased to discover that they are not forgotten. I spotted the grilled flower crabs at the grilled section and thought they are simply sensational.

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Not into grilled seafood? That’s fine. There is always Seafood on Ice.

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Lok Lok and Yong Taufu

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These assorted skewered fishballs and surimis are bland on it’s own, but perfect when paired with the specially made sweet and spicy sauce.

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Kak Nor Ratu Kueh section features assorted traditional kuih for you to enjoy.

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Fruits to cleanse your palate with.

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You may also assemble your own Ais Kacang at the assorted beverages section.

The Ramadan buffet is available starting from 18 June to 16 July 2105, from 6.00 pm to 9.30 pm.

Price:

RM 88.00 nett [adult] ; RM 48.00 nett [child] ; RM 60.00 nett [senior citizen]

RM 60.00 per pax for early birds booking with payment made before 16 June 2015.

The Rajawali Coffee House also caters Sahur for the Muslims, which is available on 18 June to 16 July 2105 from 3.00 am to 5.30 am.

Price:

RM 30.00 nett [adult]
RM 15.00 nett [child]

For bookings and reservations, please hop over to: http://www.rwgenting.com/dining/buffet/rajawali-coffee-house/