As Malaysians, we are brought together by the diverse and unique flavours of our culinary delights. Bringing back last year’s successful “Jom Makan” theme, Hilton hotels in Malaysia encourages guests to dine together as the sun sets while relishing the companionship of many.
“Jom Makan”, a local lingo that is affectionately embraced by all Malaysians is a joyful merriment of good food, get-togethers and celebrations with loved ones.
This year throughout the fasting month, Hilton Kuala Lumpur will be highlighting a widespread of all-time favourite Malaysian cuisine. With over 300 dishes served, diners are definitely spoilt for choices. Hilton Kuala Lumpur’s Vasco’s the all-day dining will portray a unique theme that showcases the very best of Malaysia’s royal feast this Ramadan.
Featuring “Santapan Di Raja” themed buffet, the feast fit for a king showcases regal favourites of the royal families of Perak, Melaka, Johor and more. Here’s giving you a glimpse of a breaking fast feast fit for royalties at Hilton Kuala Lumpur:
Salad and ulam-ulaman is a must in any Malay traditional dishes. They are usually served alongside with main dishes of rice and curries as condiments.
Fresh ulams to go with sambal belacan
Sourish jeruk as appetizers
Traditional roasted chicken
Soup counter serves all sorts of delicious soup and broth. A must try over here is the Sup Gearbox and the famous Sup Ekor.
Char koay teow stall serves freshly cooked flat rice noodles that are topped generously with plump freshwater prawns.
Assorted traditional Malay dishes. Some of them are are commonly found in royal kitchen, so keep your eyes peeled. Be on the lookout for Sup Berempah Laksamana Melaka, Masak Lemak Tunjang Daging Bakar&Perut, Pais Ikan Patin Tempoyak Istana Abu Bakar, Daging Masak Kurutup Dengan Kerisik Istana Balai Besar and Ikan Mayong Asam Pedas Dengan Bendi Istana Melaka. These are not something you’d easily find elsewhere, I kid you not.
Assorted cakes for those with sweet tooth.
Malay kuih is something you wouldn’t want to miss should you dine here this Ramadan. Among the must try royal kuih is the ‘Puding Raja’, a royal favourite in Pahang Palace and is especially adored by the current DYMM Permaisuri Agong, who is also the reigning Tengku Ampuan Pahang.
Local fruits aplenty to cleanse your palate with.
Assorted Air Balang is also available for you to quench your thirst after a whole day of fasting with. These are free-flow of course, so don’t be shy and help yourselves with a glass or two.
Feeling the heat after indulging in so much spicy food? Fret not. Customize yourselves a bowl of Ais Kacang and enjoy the sweet chill down your throat.
For those who enjoy cultural performance, you might want to note that there will be a Silat performance every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday as diners enjoy their royal feast. Patrons will also walk away with a one of a kind door gift, a miniature Tengkolok made from Songket. Traditional Malay music will be performed from Monday – Saturday as well.
Buka Puasa Dinner Buffet will commence from 5th May – 4th June 2019 from 6.00pm – 10.30pm.
Adult RM188 nett
Child: RM 100 Nett ( 6-11 years only).
For reservation please call +603 2264 2264 or visit life.hiltonkl.com
For group/corporate bookings:
RM160nett per person.
Booking of 100 – 250 persons will receive a Ramadan door gift, 1 Day use room, Hilton Deluxe Room and complimentary usage of DLP projector.
Booking of 251 – 500 persons will receive a Ramadan door gift, 2 Day use room, Hilton Deluxe Room, 1 complimentary lamb carving with condiments and complimentary usage of DLP projector.
Booking of 501 persons and above will receive a Ramadhan door gift, 2 Day use room, Hilton Deluxe Room, 2 complimentary lamb carving with condiments, Hari Raya entrance decoration and complimentary usage of DLP projector.
To make reservations for corporate establishments, please call +603 2264 2277 or email [email protected]