Marriott Bonvoy Hotels & Resorts Offer the Best of Malaysian Dishes for Ramadan Buffets

Marriott Bonvoy Hotels and Resorts is celebrating the holy month of Ramadan by providing a variety of culinary delicacies, created to give their customers the perfect iftar experience. These unique dishes showcase the best of Malaysian cuisine, offering an exquisite taste and an unforgettable dining experience. Furthermore, the Marriot Bonvoy hotel chain’s top chefs have also come together to share their signature dishes, creating a selection of dishes that customers cannot afford to miss in the Ramadan buffets at Marriott Bonvoy Hotels and Resorts in Malaysia.

Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur

With 150 traditional and modern dishes to try at Latest Recipe @ Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur’s Ramadan buffet, it’s a challenge to sample everything – but these are Chef Budiman’s top picks you simply can’t afford to miss!

Beef marinated with Asian spices and slowly braised in a tandoori oven for nine hours, the Signature Daging Tempayan is absolutely a must-try dish. Served with traditional Biskut Lutut and a wide variety of freshly baked bread, it’s a show-stopper of a meal! Another dish to order is the Racikan Ayam, which is cooked in a sous vide machine at 63 degrees Celsius, and topped with chicken and free range eggs. It’s also created using the same sauce as the Daging Tempayan, and it makes for a great meal to dip your bread into and devour.

Seafood lovers can’t miss the Mee Lob Dang Tam, a fusion-style noodle dish with lobster, prawns, and crab, served hot with prawn bisque and garnished with dried chilli paste, hard-boiled eggs, lime powder, and curry powder. If that’s not enough, the Laksa Lemak Kuning Ikan Tongkol – a traditional dish made with local tuna – is the chef’s personal favourite, made just like nenek (grandmother) makes it! This favourite is served with yellow curry fish broth and tuna flakes, pounded with chilli paste and local green herbs, paired with your choice of noodles.

Ramadan buffet:

  • 23 March – 21 April 2023
  • 23 March – 2 April and 17 April – 21 April 2023: RM198 nett (adult) and RM99 nett (5 to 12 years old)
  • 3 April – 16 April 2023: RM208 nett (adult); RM99 nett (5 to 12 years old)

Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel

Experience the best of Malay cuisine during Ramadan at Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel with two thematic buffets – Sajian Warisan at Feast, and Iftar Nusantara at the Grand Ballroom.

Enjoy a diverse selection of traditional flavours curated by Sous Chef Firdaus, featuring his heirloom recipes, such as Sup Merah Temasik Bengkulu – a spicy and tangy soup made with bone marrow, oxtail, beef lung, beef tongue, beef tendon, and mutton, and Ayam Masak Lemak Rebung Tok Mizi, a family favourite of Chef Firdaus made with chicken, coconut milk, turmeric, chilies, and bamboo shoots. Be sure to also get a taste of the savoury Malay curry of Gulai Daging dan Nangka Ala Canggung, made with tender beef cubes and jackfruit, inspired by Chef Firdaus’ traditional Malaysian heritage.

Ramadan buffet:

Sajian Warisan at Feast

  • 23 March – 21 April 2023, 6.30pm to 10.00pm
  • Early Bird: RM148 nett (Adult) RM74 nett (Child)
  • Normal Price: RM168 nett (Adult) RM84 nett (Child)

Iftar Nusantara at Grand Ballroom, Level 3D

  • 27 March – 18 April 2023, 6.30pm to 10.00pm
  • Early Bird: RM118 nett (Adult) RM59 nett (Child)
  • Normal Price: RM138 nett (Adult) RM69 nett (Child)

Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

Seafood lovers should run, not walk, to Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown and savour the signature Ketam Bunga Masak Lemak Nenas Cili Api dish by Sous Chef Meor Muhammad Syahir Meor Sahaid.

This dish is a reflection of Chef Meor’s childhood and Minang heritage, tapping into his love for spicy food and seafood. Growing up without the luxury of eating seafood often, he aims to cook with the freshest seafood to create hearty and flavourful dishes that ensure the ingredients shine through with every bite. His signature crab dish features high-quality Josapine pineapples cooked using traditional Nyonya techniques and inspired by Chinatown, creating a rich and flavourful dish that tells a wonderful culinary story.

Ramadan buffet:

The Quan’s Bazar Selera Buffet

  • 23 March – 21 April 2023, 6:30pm to 10:30pm
  • Normal Price: RM148+ per adult; Children (ages 6 to 12) and senior citizens (age 60 and above) enjoy 50% off; Young children (below age 6) dine for free.
  • Early Bird Offer: RM118+ per adult (reservation before 22 March 2023)
  • Takeaway set menu options are also available at RM168+ for 2 persons

Le Méridien Kota Kinabalu

This Ramadan, check out Executive Chef Abraham bin Lingkorn, assisted by Sous Chef Kelvin Kilin and Sous Chef Gari Gidioen, for an epic buffet spread that reflects their combined experience, with a unique fusion of Eastern and Western Malaysian cuisines.

Highlights include a unique Lemongrass and Honey Roasted Mutton, a creative approach to the traditional Kambing Golek. Other signatures include their Northern Style Herbs and Spices Meat Bone Soup, which is a take on the Minang delicacy; Spicy-Sour Oxtail with Torch Ginger; Prawn Curry cooked with bird’s eye chilli and coconut milk; Clay-Pot Grilled Chicken; Three-Flavoured Fish; and Beef Cooked with Bambangan (Wild Mangoes), which is a dish unique to East Malaysia.

Ramadan Buffet:

  • 22 March – 21 April 2023
  • Normal Price: RM168 nett per person
  • 5-Day Best Deal (for dining from 22-26 March): RM128 nett per person
  • Children between 5-12 years old enjoy a flat rate of RM68 nett per child

Ramadan Takeaway:

  • Serve up to 4 persons and available from 22 March until 21 April 2023
  • Set Jalinan Mesra: RM320 nett per set (includes grilled selections, lemang, sup tulang rawan berempah)
  • Set Ramadan di Hati: RM380 nett per set (includes gearbox soup, bubur lambuk, roasted lamb and peking duck)

Kota Kinabalu Marriott Hotel

Kota Kinabalu Marriott Hotel is offering a ‘Taste of Borneo’ dinner buffet, where Junior Sous Chef Wilson brings hometown flavours to traditional dishes. Try his version of the timeless Malaysian classic Roti Canai with a Borneon twist – the aptly named Eyes of Borneo – that features a runny yolk to add depth and flavour to the iconic dish. Diners can also check out 10 stalls and live cooking displays while being served a gastronomic spread of home cooked, traditional specialties amidst a panoramic backdrop of the South China Sea.

Ramadan Buffet:

Kitchen@8, Level 8

  • 24 March – 20 April 2023, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Normal Price: Adult RM158 nett; Children (6-12 years old) RM79 nett

Fairfield by Marriott Bintulu Paragon

Delight in a myriad of local Malay and Sarawakian cuisine at KAVA this Ramadan, prepared by Head Chef Justin and Sous Chef Muna. Don’t miss their Signature Grilled Fish with Sambal and Stink Bean (Ikan Bakar Sambal Petai), where the fish is marinated with a sweet, sour and spicy sauce and wrapped in banana leaves before it is grilled, creating a moist and flavourful dish with the distinct herby and smoky aroma.

Another must-try is the traditional native dish of the Melanau people in Sarawak – Te’ong Udang Ikan – also known as Suman Lemantak. The dish consists of prawns and fish cooked with grated coconut, spices and sago flour before it is wrapped with the daun nipah (palas leaf) and grilled on hot charcoal. This popular dish is prepared during special occasions in Sarawak, so make sure to try this limited-time signature dish this Ramadan!
Top off your iftar with Sarawak’s traditional Kuih Takir Berlemak, which is made of gula apong (palm sugar), rice flour and coconut milk. This concoction is poured into small bowls made from banana leaves, which are then steamed to create a soft, creamy and sweet dessert.

The Westin Desaru

Embark on a mouth-watering food journey and indulge in nostalgic local favourites and Mediterranean-inspired dishes at The Westin Desaru’s Seasonal Tastes Restaurant. The buffet features Middle Eastern delights, including hot and cold meze (appetisers) and main courses such as Lamb Moussaka and Chicken Shish Tawook. Make sure to also try the freshly carved Marinated Harissa Whole Lamb at the outdoor carvery stall!
Malaysian options are also abundant, with popular Malaysian favourites like Lemang, Satay, Daging Rendang Minang, Ayam Masak Ponteh, Laksa Johor and more! And not forgetting the dessert spread that offers a wide variety of sweet treats, including Baklavas and Turkish Ice Cream.

Ramadan Buffet:

  • 27 March – 21 April 2023
  • Early Bird Offer: RM98+/person (1 March – 26 March 2023)
  • Standard Price: RM128+/person (27 March onwards)
  • Buy 10 Free 1 offer applicable for both Early Bird and Standard prices.

Four Points by Sheraton Desaru

In collaboration with celebrity chef Yati Zainol (@yatiekitchen), The Mesh Restaurant at Four Points by Sheraton Desaru offers a delectable spread of traditional local favourites this Ramadan. Savour Chef Yati’s signature dishes featuring Sambal Tempoyak with Ikan Goreng Garing, Varuval Chicken, Daging Dendeng, and Pais Tempoyak Cili Padi Ikan Siakap Bakar.

Diners will also be able to meet Chef Yati in person and catch her live cooking session on 1 and 8 April 2023. Inquire more to find out about early bird discounts, card promotions and group discounts.

Ramadan Buffet:

  • 24 March – 21 April 2023, 6.30pm – 10.00pm
  • Early Bird (1-23 March 2023): RM88 nett (adult), RM44 nett (kids/senior citizen)
  • Normal Price (24 March – 21 April 2023): RM138 nett (adult), RM69 nett (kids/senior citizen)

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