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Pavilion hotel KL celebrating culture through Ramadan delights

KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 (Bernama) � With the theme, ‘Muhibah Feast’, Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur by Banyan Tree is offering over 160 local delights for the upcoming fasting month of Ramadan.

Its general manager, Anders Dimblad said the hotel wanted to honour the holy month of Ramadan by serving dishes that embody unity and the cultures of Malaysia with dishes ranging from Malay, Chinese, Indian to Peranakan.

The offerings are spread over the Malaysian Street Hawker stalls with Satay and Roasted Lamb, Local Favourites Corner that serves Nasi Lemak and Apam Balik, various fruit and vegetable dishes such as Penang Rojak, Ulam-Ulam, Gado-Gado and pickled fruits, and a variety of dates flown in from the Middle East such as Ajwa, Safawi, Rotab and Sufri that will please everyone’s palate.

To top it off, the Muhibah Feast will take diners on a nostalgic trip with Malaysian classic traditional desserts such as Ais Kacang, Kuih-Muih, Hari Raya cookies, Bread and Butter Pudding and various cakes.

Enjoy the amazing food with a selection of thirst-quenching local drinks such as sugarcane juice, soya bean milk with grass jelly and assorted freshly-cut local fruits.

The special promotional prices of RM98 nett per adult and RM49 nett per child for the buffet are available from now until May 8, while the normal prices of RM135 nett per adult and RM68 nett per child are applicable after the promo dates.

Group purchases of ten persons are also available, where two persons eat for free with every eight persons paying the full price.

For reservations and enquiries, call +603 21172821 or email to thecourtyard-pavilionhotel@banyantree.com.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

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Home / General / Pavilion hotel KL celebrating culture through Ramadan delights

Pavilion hotel KL celebrating culture through Ramadan delights

KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 (Bernama) � With the theme, ‘Muhibah Feast’, Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur by Banyan Tree is offering over 160 local delights for the upcoming fasting month of Ramadan.

Its general manager, Anders Dimblad said the hotel wanted to honour the holy month of Ramadan by serving dishes that embody unity and the cultures of Malaysia with dishes ranging from Malay, Chinese, Indian to Peranakan.

The offerings are spread over the Malaysian Street Hawker stalls with Satay and Roasted Lamb, Local Favourites Corner that serves Nasi Lemak and Apam Balik, various fruit and vegetable dishes such as Penang Rojak, Ulam-Ulam, Gado-Gado and pickled fruits, and a variety of dates flown in from the Middle East such as Ajwa, Safawi, Rotab and Sufri that will please everyone’s palate.

To top it off, the Muhibah Feast will take diners on a nostalgic trip with Malaysian classic traditional desserts such as Ais Kacang, Kuih-Muih, Hari Raya cookies, Bread and Butter Pudding and various cakes.

Enjoy the amazing food with a selection of thirst-quenching local drinks such as sugarcane juice, soya bean milk with grass jelly and assorted freshly-cut local fruits.

The special promotional prices of RM98 nett per adult and RM49 nett per child for the buffet are available from now until May 8, while the normal prices of RM135 nett per adult and RM68 nett per child are applicable after the promo dates.

Group purchases of ten persons are also available, where two persons eat for free with every eight persons paying the full price.

For reservations and enquiries, call +603 21172821 or email to thecourtyard-pavilionhotel@banyantree.com.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

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