Capri By Fraser Kuala Lumpur Will Be Serving Selera Nusantara This Fasting Month
Caprilicious at Capri by Fraser Kuala Lumpur will be serving Selera Serantau spread as the theme of delicacies during this fasting season. Selera Serantau humbly describes the taste and flavour of authentic South East Asian cuisine across the region for the diners to indulge after a long day of fasting. This wholesome spread is served at our all-day dining from 29 May until 23 June 2017 at 6:30pm to 10:00pm daily.
Selera Serantau will be showcasing the live action stations preparing fritters, Kambing Panggang, Murtabak Ayam and Roti John and our must have Satay. There are over 70 dishes served daily, some of the highlights are Pajeri Kedondong, Rebung Lemak dengan Udang, Ikan Patin masak Tempoyak, Nasi Daging Utara, Gulai Ikan Sepat masin Nenas, Asam Pedas Ekor Lembu, Opor Ayam, Perut Lemak cili api. The rich and delicious spread will not be complete unless with a refreshing Ais Kacang and Cendol to seal the sweet deal.
Selera Serantau is priced at RM98nett on normal days with promotional pre-sale vouchers selling at RM73.50nett from 8 – 26 May 2017. Other discount factors are 20% discount from the selling price for early bird on 29 May until 4 June 2017 and group purchase of 9 seats get 1 on complimentary. Children age 4 years and below eats for free and 5 to 12 years old and senior citizen of 65 years old gets 50% discount. All price quoted are nett price with 6% GST inclusive.
The warm ambiance created by the melodious tunes and away from the city traffic will infused the relaxed sensation while feasting on from a long day of fasting will make the night more meaningful and precious.
For dining reservations, please call 03 2386 0888 or email at [email protected].
About Capri by Fraser Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
Capri by Fraser Kuala Lumpur is a new hotel residence for today’s ‘always on’ lifestyle. Enjoy all day dining at Caprilicious. Work out 24/7 in the Gym. Relax by the poolside. Grab a bite from Delite. Explore the Play Room. Take a sauna. Unwind in the Yoga Room. Chill out with incredible panoramic view across the Kuala Lumpur skyline from the U-Bar @Level 33.
The desirable Bangsar South City location gives easy access to Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya and points further afield like Shah Alam, Seremban and Port Klang. Useful facilities nearby include shopping malls, restaurants, entertainment venues and a first class medical centre. For more information on Capri by Fraser, please visit www.capribyfraser.com
About Frasers Hospitality Group
Frasers Hospitality Group, the hospitality arm of Frasers Centrepoint Limited, is a global hospitality operator with Gold-Standard serviced, hotel residences and boutique lifestyle hotels across North Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle-East.
Frasers Hospitality Group commits to “anticipate and exceed the evolving needs of executive travellers through continuous innovation”, and providing its customers with the space, family and community away from home. Conceived with the lifestyle preferences of today’s discerning business and leisure travellers in mind, Frasers Hospitality Group has three Gold-Standard serviced residences offerings – Fraser Suites, Fraser Place and Fraser Residence, a modern and eco-lifestyle brand, Modena by Fraser, and a design-led hotel residence brand, Capri by Fraser. In addition, the group operates two brands of upscale boutique lifestyle hotels in the key cities of UK, Malmaison and Hotel du Vin.
For more information on Frasers Hospitality Group, please visit www.frasershospitality.com
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