Located at Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur’s exclusive Level 1 Dining, Bunga Emas Restaurant is nestled alongside restaurants such as Tai Ping Chinese cuisine, L’Heritage Steakhouse and Royale Café that offers fine dining experience suitable for any occasion.
At Royale Chulan’s Bunga Emas Restaurant, each dish represents more than just a tantalizing palate pleaser it is an embodiment of authentic traditional Malay culture. Culinary creations at the Bunga Emas Restaurant are often served with a flourish in Malay Hidangan style and complemented by the melodies of live Malay traditional music. With a capacity of 100 pax, Bunga Emas offers an ideal venue for corporations and individuals looking to entertain and dine in the comfort of an exclusive Malay environment. From appetizers and mouthwatering mains, to desserts and bracing beverages, each classic and contemporary concoction is infused with time-honored Malay culinary traditions passed down from generation to generation. Bunga Emas Restaurant offers its own contribution to the cache of revered Malay recipes such as Gulai ltik Serati, Ayam Masak Lemak Nangka, Siakap Tiga Rasa, Rendang Daging, Jeruk Amra, Sup Ayam Berempah, Udang Masala, Pucuk Paku and Pulut Hitam created by their award winning chefs. Here’s sharing some of the things that they had to offer for lunch/dinner:
Chef Style Marinated on Pegaga and Ulam Raja Salad, Mango Sambal and Jamaican Plum Sauce. This is basically the Thai mango salad. But instead of having the full flavour of Thai mango salad that we are used to, this version of mango salad is a bit tone down on the taste and served with plump and juicy scallops. There are no overwhelming spiciness with a mere slight tanginess. Great for those who can’t tolerate spicy food.
Malay Style Chicken Soup-with a combination of Malay spices and minced chicken. Mildly flavoured, the soup is somewhat comforting on the tummy.
4 fine traditional Malay dishes for our gastronomic pleasure: Braised King Prawns in Cumin andCoriander Gravy, Ayam Masak Lemak Nangka, Rendang Daging and Pucuk Paku Goreng Cili.
Udang Masala/Braised King Prawns in Cumin-Coriander Gravy. Similar to the appetizer and the soup, this dish is not heavily flavoured too. Great to go on it’s own or a plate of piping hot rice.
Ayam Masak Lemak Nangka is one of my favourite dish over here. The spiciness is just right for me and I had a few helpings of this with my plate of Briyani rice.
Rendang Daging was strongly flavoured and the meat was really tender. Another one of my favourite that day.
Pucuk Paku Goreng Cili. I did not manage to have a taste of this as it was gone within minutes when it was placed on the table, so I guess this was good as well.
Nasi Briyani was served to be paired with all of the dishes served. We also had a choice of plain white rice to go with all the traditional Malay dishes.
Warm Black Glutinuos Rice with Coconut, Palm Sugar and Almond Flakes. No course meal would be complete without dessert. And here’s a sweet ending to our meal; Warm Black Glutinuos Rice with Coconut, Palm Sugar and Almond Flakes. I was abit reluctant to have a taste of this at first as I’m not a huge fan of sweet stuff, but I’m glad I gave it a try as this was not cloyingly sweet and acceptable to my palate.
Bunga Emas Restaurant promises to ensconce you in an atmosphere every bit as sumptuous as your exquisite meal. With ornate, traditional décor and a warm, soothing ambiance, your sense of aesthetics will be as satiated as your taste buds. For a truly intimate experience, the restaurant also offers private rooms designed to let you commune with regal, Malay dining traditions. In addition to 3 private rooms, 2 Bilik Bersila allows you to enjoy your meal in true splendor, while seated cross-legged on plush seat cushions.
For more information or reservations refer to the information below:
Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur,
5, Jalan Conlay,
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact: +603 2688 9612.
Lunch: 12.00pm 2.30pm daily
Dinner: 6.30pm 10.30pm daily