Wide choice of local and Western cuisines
NOTHING brings Malaysians together better than the common love for food. During the month of Ramadan, the breaking of fast dinner is a good way to strengthen ties.
Hidangan Warisan is the theme highlight for this year’s buffet dinner spread from now until June 26 at The Boulevard – A St Giles Hotel, Kuala Lumpur’s Wild Rice Restaurant, located on Level 9.
The menu features authentic home-cooked Malay flavours and favourite Western, Indian and Chinese cuisines, guaranteed to whet the appetite after a day of fasting.
There are over 100 types of dishes every day ranging from refreshing appetisers, fresh salads and authentic hot dishes to satisfying desserts.
Guests can break their fast with a selection of buah kurma, along with an assortment of local Malay kuih and refreshing beverages like air bandung cincau, air sirap selasih, air tebu, air jagung, air lychee and air soya.
There is a selection of fresh ulam-ulaman such as petai, daun selom, ulam pegaga, ulam raja, pucuk gajus, jering muda, kacang botol, plus an assortment of acar, kerabu, jeruk with accompanying condiments such as ikan masin, keropok ikan, keropok malinja, papadom, keropok lekur and telur masin, and a Western salad counter with dressings and condiments.
Appetisers include gado-gado, pasembor, ikan bilis goreng berbawang, sotong kangkung, telur ikan goreng, ikan bilis goreng berbawang, rojak mamak, tauhu sumbat sos cili, paru berlada and kentang goreng bersambal dengan ikan bilis dan kacang.
At the soup counter, diners can indulge in the authentic sup gear box utara.
The delicious bubur, or rice porridge, featured are bubur lambuk, bubur ashura as well as dessert style sweet traditional bubur such as bubur cha cha, bubur kacang hijau, pengat pisang, bubur jagung, serawa durian and bubur pulut hitam.
Among the main highlights are ayam percik, daging goreng lada hitam, ikan kukus kicap cair, labu masak telur masin, ikan patin masak tempoyak, udang mentega, sayur pucuk paku goreng belacan, gulai asam pedas ekor lembu, sambal tumis udang petai, kambing masak tomato, ayam kapitan, and kepah buluh masak lemak cili padi.
There is also a selection of authentic local cuisines from the action stalls that feature different types of roti such as roti pratha, roti telur, roti john, roti jala and murtabak.
Also available are favourites like satay, lemang with rendang and serunding, laksa johor, mee rebus, mee bandung, mee jawa, cucur udang, pisang goreng, cempedak goreng and keledek goreng.
The restaurant also recommends kambing bakar berempah and ayam bakar berempah served with nasi briyani, along with ikan goreng rangup and ayam goreng berempah with nasi pandan, all prepared a la minute from the action stalls.
Lastly, an array of tempting desserts like sago gula melaka, puding gula hangus, tapai pulut, tapai pulut hitam, tapai ubi with various puddings, malay kuih and pastries concludes the meal.
This Wild Rice Restaurant buffet is priced at RM110 nett per adult and RM55 nett for children, prices include 6% GST.
Bring along the Hidangan Warisan Buffet flyer to enjoy the special Buy 3 Free 1 promotion from now until June 11.
Contact Wild Rice Restaurant at 03-2295 8124 for enquiries and reservations, or e-mail to fnbblv@ stgiles-hotels.com
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