Intercontinental KL’s much-lauded Serena Brasserie is celebrating the unique culinary heritage of its historic location just off Jalan Ampang with a special menu to commemorate the holy month of Ramadhan. The menu has been created to evoke the multi-sensory experience of exploring the abundantly stocked market stalls of hotel’s local Jalan Binjai Bazaar, an Aladdin’s cave of gastronomic wonders famous in the 1990s for dishes enjoyed by the city’s Islamic population after breaking their religious fast.
Showcasing the authentic dishes unique to the month of Ramadhan, the opulent menu draws inspiration from the traditional Muslim cuisine of different Malaysian states each day of the week, from the fiercy heat of chili laden Negeri Sembilan cooking to the exquisite freshness of Pahang Darul Makmur’s river fish dishes, from culinary heaven in Penang to ancient food favorites from Melaka.
Hailing all over from Penang and Nyonya delicious food, you can filled your tummy with the varieties of acar, kerabu and jeruk at the spread. Some Penang speciality which is available includes the jeruk mangga, buah salak, kerabu mango, kerabu tuna and many more. Kerabu Soo Hoon ala Thai,Kerabu anika Laut,Keropok Udang/Prawns Cracker, Ikan Parang/Fish Cracker,Sayur/Vegetable Cracker dan Papadam/Indian Cracker as well as Buah Pala and other assorted fruit pickle are also available in the buffet spread. They also have Ulam as well in the buffet whih is originated from Pahang. There are Cucumber, Tomato, Jering, Kacang Botol, Pengaga & Ulam Raja at the spread/
Nasi Briyani which is the saffron-based rice which is well served on the big plate is a must during the Ramadhan.
The marinated chicken is also well served as well with the tender meat.
As for the mains , there you go with the variety of dishes like prawns, chicken, fish as well as vegetables.
– The rending and curries-
Sample some Udang Masak Lemak Dengan Nenas from Negeri Sembilan or the Nasi Briyani from Johor. Other specialties available include Ayam Masak Merah, Deep Fried Squids, Ketam Goreng Berlada (peppered fried crabs) and Authentic Assorted Satay and more. The dishes are amazingly all well made with the wide spread of selection where you may grab the large selection of it. Not only that, they do have spicy tomyam soup in the buffet spread.
Grilled fish and grilled mussels are also available too in the buffet spread. I love the grilled fish where the the fish is just juicy with the
Lovely curry fish head, as well as curry prawn and deep fried prawns are also available on the buffet spread too. The lovely delights with the umphh of spiciness as well as the freshness of the seafood had not fail to impress my tastebuds.
They do have counters which served a large variety of Malaysian cuisine is also available. In Ramadhan buffet, bbq lamb and satay is something not to be missed. And Serena Brasserie have it all where I can enjoy the beef and chicken satay as well as the juicy lamb.
The Indian Pasembur is also available in the buffet spread too
If you are looking from some hawker delights, try the Penang delicious “sotong kangkung”here. Bothe the kangkung and sotong is mixed with the prawn paste and added with grinded groundnuts on top.
Bed of fresh prawns, mussels, flower crab and oysters is also availble in the buffet. Freshly displayed and oysters lovers would not want to miss this!
Variety of cheese and buns are available in the buffet too.
Fancy on some local snacks. Here you go with some pisang goreng, keladi goreng, cucur udang and more.
Serena Brasserie Ramadhan Buffet do featured the Malaysian style steamboat, here you go with the lok lok where you can dip the skewers of delighting fish balls, skewers of crab sticks, mushrrom, chicken meat, sotong balls, mushroom and more into it.
If you love to get some Malaysian style of bread, here you go with the Roti John and Roti Canai too.
Besides the traditional Malay delights, the hotel do serves some sushis as well in their buffet spread too
Savour yourself with the delicious Ais Kachang during the buffet feast too. Topped with the variety of ingridients ontop which includes chendol, raisins, laici and more.
Desserts are also available in the spread of buffet, there is a selection of the local desserts as well as the petite sizes of Western desserts too in the buffet spread. The local desserts which includes- the tapai, kuih muih, pineapple tart, and kuih bahulu is also available in the spread.
I am just falling in love with the petite cakes, pudding as well as as well as the gula sago melaka. It is so lovely and I am completely tempted with the sinfully delicious jellies and cakes.
End your buffet spread with the local fruits like mangosteen, starfruits, papaya, watermelon and more.
InterContinental KL will also be delighting the guest with food hampers in honour of the Raya Gemilang and Raya Istimewa, bursting with appetizing morsels like sable cookies, dried figs, pistachios, dates, and pomegranate cordial.
The menu is available throughout Ramadhan
10th July 2013 – 14th July 2013: Buffet Price at RM 120++ per person
15th July 2013 till 4th August 2013- buffet Priceat RM 138++ per person
05th August 2013 till 7th August 2013- buffet Priceat RM 120++ per person
Early Birds- enjoy 20% discount with group bookings of at least 20 people when you book before 5th July 2013 (50% deposit s required)
Banquet Feast – RM1,000++per table of 10 people for a group booking (sharing basis)
Private group dining- Book an entire banquet room for your group. Menus start from RM1,300++ per table of 10 people
165, Lebuh Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Tel: 03-2161 1111
Fax: 03-2161 1122