Monday, May 23, 2016

Kampung Dining @ JW Marriott, Kuala Lumpur

Usher in the holy month of Ramadhan at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur with a wide variety of traditional Malaysian delicacies for guests to experience. The Ramadhan Buffet themed heritage will feature more than 138 of the most popular and classic Malay dishes customarily served during Ramadhan. The Poolside (Level 6) and the Starhill Conference Center (Level 4) at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur will be transformed into a Ramadhan bazaar, replicating a kampung ambience. Aside from the spectacular set up and displays to reminisce the nostalgia of breaking fast in a traditional village setting, the main highlight of the evening is the scrumptious menu.  

For those who yearn for the traditional kampung experience, the Gerai Makanan Tradisi dan Selera Kampung highlights unique and special Malay dishes from different states. Dishes include Tongkeng Ayam Goreng Bercili, Daging Salai Masak Lemak Bachang and Kupang Masak Rampai. The extensive spread of authentic Malay cuisine includes the ever popular Malay Ulam or salad selection such as Petai, Kacang Botol, and Ulam Raja complemented by local dressings such as Sambal Belacan, Cincaluk, Budu and Tempoyak.
Local appetizers that are sure to whet the appetite are Acar Buah and Acar Jelateh. Some of the local favorites featured at the stalls are Nasi Dagang, Satay, Ikan Bakar, Ayam Tandoori, Roti Canai, Chicken Rice, Ais Kacang and many more.

The Ramadhan buffet will be available from June 6 to July 5, 2016 starting at 7.00pm to 10.30pm. Guests who book with full payment made before June 1, 2016 will enjoy the early bird promotion where the buffet is priced at MYR75 nett per person at the Conference Center and MYR85 nett per person at the Poolside. Bookings made from June 1, 2016 are priced at MYR88 nett per person at the Conference Center and MYR98 nett per person at the Poolside. For reservations, please contact the hotel at +60 3 2719 8666 or email for an authentic kampung dining experience this Ramadhan.

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