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Posts tagged Ramadhan feast
The best of Malaysia is found at the award-winning Cinnamon Coffee House this Ramadhan as an abundance of traditional Ramadhan favourites, signature Chinese dishes, and delectable Indian temptations as well as stalls featuring Malaysian delicacies are showcased nightly.
With a diverse menu of over 100 dishes offered with the theme of Citarasa 1 Malaysia, have an unforgettable feast for the eyes as well as the palate.
The beautiful crystal balls dangling from the above.
I just LOVE the majestic transparent wine cellar.
The amazing theme of Citarasa 1 Malaysia.
Firstly, the sweet and extremely FRESH shellfishes!
Was at the Ramadhan buffet dinner with one of our new foodies, Michelle from shellfoodstation.blogspot.com. I’m so in love with her photos that I just need to feature them here. She’s such a great photographer!
The Japanese delicacy as the appetizer!
Everyone was enjoying the fresh oysters on their plates. The texture of the oysters was firm and gooey while the sweet briny taste of it made the shellfish irresistibly succulent!
Fresh juicy SHRIMPS on the ice!
Delicate fresh mussels!
Let’s crack the boiled cold crab!
Secondly, cheese and breads.
Bowls o CHEESE
Slices of French bread
Sesame sugar-coated buns
Thirdly, the Malaysian delicacies!
Eight rotation menus have been prepared by our brigade of chefs. Some of the notable dishes served include pucuk ubi gulai tempoyak, rendang daging rembau, kambing kari teluk gong, udang sambal petai muar, nasi briyani gam Johor, ayam masak palembang, ekor lembu masak asam pedas merah, kambing kuzi cek dah, masak lemak telur itik terung telunjuk, aneka panggang, ketam goreng berlada pontian, siput sedut masak lemak cili padi, asam pedas kepala ikan Melaka, ayam kari kapitan nyonya, paru paru bergoreng lada, gulai tulang rawan Kuala Selangor and much more!
Ikan masin for the Nasi Lemak
Hot and spicy sambal that go perfectly well with all the delicious delicacies!
The grilled fishes on the fragrant pandan leaves.
Fresh little seafood to make your own soup of choice!
The Satay Pizza
Braised roasted duck
Palatable roasted chicken
Hot steaming baskets of dumpling.
and sweet corns too!
Tender and juicy roast lamb waiting to be served.
Honeyed dates during the Ramadhan month is a MUST!
Pandan layered cake has always been my favorite ever since I was a little girl.
Varities of sweet and crispy pastries.
Moist chocolatey cream cake
Strawberry and peach tarts.
Master chefs at the Citarasa 1 Malaysia Ramadhan buffet dinner with us.
And also not-to-be-missed home recipes of bubur lambuk, nasi kandar berlauk, pulut kuning berlauk, mee bandung, laksa Kedah, and nasi ulam also awaits at the chef’s daily specialty counter while the roasted whole lamb with briyani rice and a variety of sauces is available daily at the carving stall. Watch the chefs in action, as they prepare apam balik, fried ice-cream, pisang goreng, cempedak goreng and sukun goreng at the interactive kitchens.
My first plate of appetizing fresh SASHIMI!
Mouth-watering Squid Ink Pasta that had me slurping all the way!
My favorite dish of cheese-baked mussels and steamed cod fish.
My plate of toothsome authentic Malay desserts!
Our personal Taufu waiter that served us little glasses of refreshing chilled Lychee juice.
I called it the purple cream cheese, and TRUST me it’s SUPER GOOD!
One teaspoon is definitely ain’t enough.
The smooth and creamy Teh Tarik you should not miss!
*slurps* Just perfect for a big Ramadhan feast like this.
Surau facilities are available for the Muslim guests as well as ample parking spaces.
Price for Ramadhan Buffet Dinner:
RM49++/child aged 4 to 12 years
For reservation, please call Cinnamon Coffee House at 03-7681 1157.
Luck, Love & Laughter…Esty