KUALA LUMPUR, 25 May 2016 — Vivatel Kuala Lumpur, welcomes Ramadhan 2016 with an array of Iftar offerings during the holy month. The hotel invites guests to share the ceremonial breaking of the fast with loved ones in the relaxed, family-friendly setting with cozy environment at Retro Cafe.
Located along Jalan Loke Yew, less than 10 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. Vivatel Kuala Lumpur, offers the perfect ambience. Its wide selection of local and international fare makes it the place for families and friends to spend time together while enjoying outstanding Iftar.
Retro Cafe Ramadhan Buffet Dinner ‘Sajian Ibunda’ (6 June – 4 July 2016) Retro Cafe’s resident chefs, Chef Ashar Daud who is well known for Malay Heritage Cuisines, will bring his special touch to our buffet spread by showcasing Hot Selections such as Kari Kepala Ikan (Mamak Style), Gulai Kawah, Patin Tempoyak, selection of Soup’s such as Sup Urat Keting, Sup Gear Box, Sup Ekor and many more.
Our themed hawker stalls will be offering such popular menu from Asia like Mee Rebus, Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup, Laksa Johor, Mee Kari and more. This is a very good opportunity to try the fresh cooking at Vivatel Kuala Lumpur together with some other authentic delicacies. Those with a penchant for sweet taste, Arabic Dates, Assorted Malay Kuih, Types of Bubur and Pengat, Cream Caramel, Assorted French Pastries, Puding, Jelly, Seasonal Mixed Fruits, Sago Gula Melaka, Tapai Pulut, Lompat Tikam Dengan Pulut Merah, Dodol await you! ‘Sajian Ibunda’ Ramadhan Buffet Dinner is priced at RM98nett per adult and RM68nett per child. For more information or to make any reservation, please contact restaurant reservations at (603) 9205 8888 or email [email protected].
For guests who are keen to enjoy our special price, they may enjoy our bulk purchase vouchers at the rate of RM880 for dining of 10 pax (RM88 nett per person) with 10 + 1 offer. Every purchase of 10 vouchers, shall entitled to gets 1 FREE voucher. For more details and enquiry, kindly contact +603 9205 8888. Alternatively, visit www.vivatel.com.my or follow us on www.facebook.com/vivatelkl.
Ramadhan Room Packages Vivatel Kuala Lumpur has introduced special deal for our guest. Guests may enjoy staying in our Deluxe room at the rate of Standard room. Inclusive of Sahur and Buffet Dinner ‘Sajian Ibunda’ for 2 persons at:- RM358 nett per room night – available from 6 – 12 June & 27 – 4 July 2016 RM368 nett per room night – available from 13 – 26 June 2016. The above packages include: l Free Wifi, l Late checkout until 2pm (Subject to room availability), l Price inclusive of GST For further enquiries or to make bookings, kindly contact +603 9205 8888 ext. 8909 or email [email protected]
Ramadhan Banquet Packages For those who like to rsvp a private buka puasa dinner / company’s group event, our ballroom may fill your expectation. Ballroom booking packages are priced from RM128 nett per person available with minimum booking of 30 tables and above. For further enquiries or to make bookings, kindly contact +603 9205 8888 ext. 8928 or email [email protected].
About the Chef
Chef Ashar Daud, from The 39 Restaurant has been passionate about food for most of his life – a fascination for cooking gained from his late mother. In fact, he used to catch chickens when he was young and assist with the cooking of Chicken Perchik.
Chef Ashar has joined Vivatel Hotel recently, and has since worked in some of the most prestigious hotels in Malaysia, including the Parkroyal, Legend, Regent, Westin and Mandarin Oriental, with even a stint in Brunei at the Sheraton Imperial. He mostly focuses on local Malay cuisine because of the rich tastes and its own flavourful identity. Chef Ashar cleverly amalgamates local cuisine with the style and flair of western dishes, and by incorporating small portions and elegant presentation, his unique FUSION style has patrons coming back for more.
Highlight from the Chef Sup Gear – Mutton bone steak “gear box” soup mamak style. Box
Kambing Sup Urat Keting – Boiled tender beef tendon soup with Malay spices. Sup Belut – Boiled eel soup with tomato and lemon grass Sup Aneka – Sup Ekor, Sup Ayam Kampong, Sup Perut,Sup Berbola Daging, Sup Berbola Ayam Gulai Kawah. Traditional braised beef with grated coconut paste Patin Tempoyak, Simmer braised local dory with king fruit paste Griller Ayam Golek, Malay marinated roasted chicken served with percik sauce Dalcha tulang, Braised beef rib with yellow lentil and vegetables rawan Jenahak, Boiled jenahak fish in tamarind ginger ginger flower gravy asam pedas. Ayam Gulai – Braised chicken light coconut milk curry gravy with banana flower. Jantung pisang Kembung – Grilled Kembong fish with lemon grass coconut milk gravy percik putih. Daging rendang – Braised tender beef with homemade grated coconut paste tok
About Vivatel Kuala Lumpur
Vivatel Kuala Lumpur is Kuala Lumpur’s latest city hotel, contains 302 rooms and suites. It has contemporary themed rooms, comfortable facilities and warm hospitality which makes it a pleasurable stay for both business and leisure travelers. Vivatel Kuala Lumpur is located next to Viva Home Shopping Mall.
First in Malaysia, Vivatel Kuala Lumpur provides unique room design to reflect the natural elements – Water, Fire, Wood, Earth and Metal. The individually themed rooms inspired by nature gives an unconventional, yet luxurious comforts to the patrons. Vivatel Sdn Bhd is part of the Kha Seng Group of Companies. A fast-growing conglomerate with a strength and proven track record in conceptualizing, developing and managing niche retail property development.
The Group’s retail projects in Kuala Lumpur include the award-winning Central Market Kuala Lumpur, an art deco heritage building that had been transformed into a cultural market and KWC Fashion Mall, Malaysia’s first one-stop fashion wholesale shopping mall that brings together a large and comprehensive directory of businesses – fashion, accessories, shoes, gifts and other lifestyle products, all under one roof.
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