Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu’s Bazaar Ramadhan, the city’s best-loved and most renowned Berbuka Puasa buffet, continues to engage diners with the introduction of a new perspective at Latest Recipe, the hotel’s all-day-dining restaurant.
The hotel’s Bazaar Ramadhan buffet attracted more than 10,000 diners from all walks of life throughout last year’s Ramadhan month. The buffet draws inspiration from the much-loved Malaysian phenomena of stalls that mushroom collectively in every town during the fasting month of Ramadhan. These stalls are frequented not only by fasting Muslims but also non-Muslims for the sheer variety of dishes, specialties, desserts and beverage choices available only during Ramadhan.
At its busiest, Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu catered to sungkai crowds of up to 500 diners and more last year. This year’s Latest Recipe at Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu will showcase another Berbuka Puasa buffet highlighting the many specialities this venue has to offer. Some of which includes scrumptious dishes from Middle Eastern, Japanese, North Indian, Indonesian, Hong Kong, Singapore and Western cuisines, complemented by Malay, Chinese, Nyonya and native Sabah specialties, whole roast lamb, seafood barbecue, lok-lok, satay and an organic corners. Diners can also indulge their sweet tooth with a fabulous spread of desserts from cakes, jellies, puddings, ais kacang, white and milk chocolate fountains, fresh fruits, ice creams + sweet condiments, various Malay kueh, a variety of dates, local and western cookies.
This year Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu’s Latest Recipe features gearbox soup, briyani gam, flavoured ABC, roast lamb, ayam penyet and warung kelapa. Also Latest Recipe’s signature chicken rice and the return of Tampatan specialties with hinava, tuhau, ayam bambangan, ambuyat and pinasakan.
Not to be missed are the buffet salad and beverage spreads with a vast array of local and international salads and appetizers, cold cuts, pickled condiments, as well as fruit juices, air sirap, air bandung, teh tarik, kopi tarik, and variety of soft drinks.
A new addition at Le Meridien Bazaar Ramadhan is Mizan’s Corner featuring the Nasi Lemak by Chef Mizan. Chef Mizan previously operated from The Cinamon’s Place at Jalan Lintas near Lido. The must try foods is the famous nasi lemak and the ayam goreng berempah.
The buffet is priced at RM168nett per person and children (7 – 12 years old) gets 50% off the normal price, however lucky diners can get special rates with the hotel’s Early Bird vouchers which are available at RM108nett and Pre-Purchased vouchers at RM128nett per person.
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