Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur welcomes Ramadan, the Muslim holy month that comes once a year. The Muslims honour Ramadan as a month of patient endurance through fasting and gratitude through prayers. It is a month to strengthen and reinforce faith, compassion and forgiveness and an increased religious observance and self-reflection.
The second thing that comes to mind when it comes to Ramadan besides fasting is buka puasa. Buka puasa is a session where the Muslims break fast after fasting and commonly they visit the Bazaar Ramadan which means a street food market where plenty of food stalls that offers a variety of food selection to break their fast after fasting from sunrise to sunset.
Get in touch with a spectacular Ramadan buffet spread themed “Bazaar Ramadan” as the Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur is most delighted to bring you its very own “Bazaar Ramadan”. You can be sure to find something that will definitely tempt your palate.
Look forward to mouth-watering dishes from Briyani Kambing, Ayam Percik, Murtabak, Sate, Kebab, Lemang, Ketam Goreng Daun Kari, Ikan Pari, Burung Puyuh Goreng Cili Padi, Tilapia Bakar, Serunding Daging/Ayam, Sambal Udang Berlada, Ayam Kapitan, Acar Buah, Telur Masin and many more just to name a few.
Along with the appetizers section are other stations and stalls made available such as the Tandoori Station, Noodle Station, Grilling, Soup, ‘Goreng’ and more.
A special note to all Durian lovers, we will also be serving fresh Durian fruits along with mouth-watering desserts made from the King of Fruits. Enjoy various choices of durian delicacies from cakes to cream puffs that will add a sweet ending to your tastebuds too. Fruit stalls are also present with local fruits such as mangoesteen, ‘rambutan’, ‘longan’, ‘ciku’, ‘langsat’ and others.
Not to be missed is the sweet ending of a buffet is the heavenly desserts that one must try for a happy tummy. Be treated to spectacular Malay desserts from Bubur Pengat Pisang Emas Raja Bersago, ABC Utara, Water Chestnut with Jackfruit (Red Ruby) to assorted cakes and tarts and other desserts await you. It is indeed a blessed yet delightful way to Berbuka Puasa with your loved ones!
From 7th to 12th June 2016 & 27th June to 3rd July 2016, the Bazaar Ramadan buffet spread will be priced at a special price of RM95 nett per adult and RM 58 nett per child whereas from the 13th to 17th June 2016 & 20th to 24th June 2016 at RM138nett per adult and RM69nett per child. Prayer room “surau” is also made available for those who wish to perform their prayers. Call Swez Brasserie today at 03- 7665 1111 ext 183 to make your reservations for our sumptuous Bazaar Ramadan.
We look forward to welcoming you, families, friends and acquaintances to berbuka puasa at the Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur and savour exquisite buffet spread themed Bazaar Ramadan that’s truly a treat not to be missed! A perfect way to share the spirit of the holy month while sharing quality time with loved ones.
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