A Penang dish, the Daging Gulai Kawah served at Kembali Kitchen uses beef ribs. - Photos MUHAMAD SHAHRIL/The Star
Five menus rotated daily feature food from various states.
Best Western Premier Dua Sentral’s Kembali Kitchen is offering a smorgasbord of 150 traditional Malay as well as Indian, Chinese and international cuisine to mark Ramadan.
Berbuka Puasa Buffet 2014 boasts five menus rotated daily featuring food from various states.
A few signature dishes to look out for are the Daging Rendang Tok, a dish from Perak that is reminiscent of home-cooking, said Kembali Kitchen sous chef Mohd Bahar Abdullah.
“It has a long cooking process of about two-and-a-half hours on low flame to make the beef tender with traditional homemade spices,” he said.
The appetising spicy casserole dish which is cooked at a stall, is infused with coriander, cumin and fennel which are first lightly stir fried to bring out their aromatic fragrance, giving the rendang dish its signature fibrous texture.