Looking for a place to break fast with your family? Want something different than the usual restaurants? Why not choose to break fast in some place cooler? When I say cooler, I mean literally cooler.
Located at 3,000ft above sea level in Resorts World Genting with
breathtaking view of a majestic mountain range, Rajawali Coffee House in Awana Hotel is offering mouth-watering array of traditional Malay dishes from May 18 to June 13, 2018.
Yours truly enjoying what Rajawali Coffee House in Awana Hotel has to offer.
Now, there are over a hundred dishes from all parts of Malaysia will be featured in the Ramadan Buffet at Rajawali Coffee House in Awana Hotel. And since this is a buffet and I can’t possibly sample everything at the buffet, here’s giving you a walkthrough of what’s really worth your calories and must try at the buffet.
If you are a traditionalists and looking for sweet stuff to break your fast with, you might want to go for the sweet bite of premium kurma dates, imported from Iran, Tunisia and Morocco.
Premium dates, imported from Iran, Tunisia and Morocco. Guaranteed to give you an instant energy boost upon consumption.
Alternatively, there are plenty of traditional Malay kuih for you to choose from.There are over 50 homemade Malay Kuih, of various colours, textures and ingredients from Kuih Lapis, Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu and Kuih Talam to Lepat Pisang, Badak Berendam and Kueh Sago Merah.
The BBQ and grill section is very impressive. Be sure to pick out some of the items from there.
Satay, served with sweet and spicy peanut sauce and a side of nasi impit and cucumber slices is a must try.
Seafood Otak-Otak is a type of seafood paste dish. Strongly flavoured, this will definitely excite your palate.
Freshly grilled fishes and air assam will definitely lure you in for more.
Ayam percik. Get some of these to your table, and don’t forget the creamy spicy sauce.
A special Sup Citarasa Awana stall – a restaurant specialty will be spoiling you with bowls of Sup Gear Box ‘Lambreta’, Sup Perut, Sup Daging and other treats, served with Roti Banggali to mop all that liquid goodness.
Sup Gear Box ‘Lambreta’. This will surely warm up your tummy in a jiffy after a long day fasting.
Can’t live without having rice? Fret not. There are plenty of rice dishes that makes and appearance here at the buffet in different forms like Nasi Dagang, Nasi Kerabu, Nasi Briyani and Nasi Putih. The assortments of rice will nake great pairing with the hot curries and dishes from the main station – including Gulai Lemak Daging Salai, Asam Pedas Ikan Pari, Rendang Tok, Patin Tempoyak, Pajeri Terung, Tempeh with Potatoes and Japanese Taufo with Mushrooms.
Love Penang and Mamak style cuisine? Head over to the Penang station.
All time favourite Nasi Kandar items like Kari Kepala Ikan, Kambing Masala, Kari Sotong, Chicken Prathal and Dalca Sayur can be spotted here for your enjoyment. Just grab some plain rice or nasi briyani and flood them with these. You won’t regret it, I assure you.
Love noodles? Well, they have that too. Visit the noodle counter and get yourselves a bowl or two.
One of my personal favourite from the Noodle Station is the Ipoh Curry Noodles. Simply sensational and flavourful on the palate.
The Char Koay Teow is worthy of your attention as well.
Interesting showcase at this Ramadan buffet for your dining pleasure is the Sotong Kangkung.
The sotong kangkung taste as good and as authentic as those you can usually find in street stalls and pasar malam.
The Goreng Goreng stall on the other hand offers all sorts of seafood, fried fresh upon request. There are a few types of fishes, prawns, squids, crabs, you name it.
I’ve always been a fan of fried seafood. Especially fried crabs and prawns. So, how many of the fried seafood did I consumed? Well, ask me no questions, and I’ll tell you no lies. All I can say is that I took more than enough to indulge my gluttony.
Another exotic food item you can find in the buffet is the Nasi Bamboo.
Nasi Bamboo is a traditional Malaysian rice dish that can hardly be found these days.
The young and the young at hearts will most definitely be delighted by huge selection of ice creams.
Ice cream Malaysia. A very old school and nostalgic way to enjoy the sweet confection.
So, how about drinks? There are plenty of drinks at the buffet like Sirap Bandung, Sirap Selasih, Soy Milk, Air Mata Kucing, Air Asam Boi, Teh Tarik and fresh fruit juices.
Teh Tarik is definitely a winner, though. Served in a plastic bag the way you’d get it in mamak joints, you can even request the iced version of it.
The Ramadan Buffet at Rajawali Coffee House runs from May 18 to June 13, 2018 followed by Hari Raya Aidil Fitri Buffet exclusively available on 15th & 16th June 2018. The buffet is priced at RM110 nett per person (Adult) and RM55 nett per person (Children below 12 years old and Senior Citizens above 60 years old). For advance bookings, enjoy an early bird rate of RM90 nett per person (Adult) applicable for bookings made before 20th May 2018. For reservations, kindly email [email protected] or call 03 6436 9000 / 019 388 0390.