HOTEL Equatorial Penang’s HAPA award-winning restaurant nada lama is showcasing The Ocean Catch with the freshest of seafood from around the world.
Available from 6.30pm to 10pm every Saturday, the spread is indeed a feast for the senses.
The bounty of the ocean is complemented by salads, appetisers, steamboat items, Penang’s famed hawker fare, other Southeast Asian delights, BBQ items and desserts.
Start off with Nyonya kerabu pucuk paku with cockles, Thai fish cake and Indochina-style chargrilled white eggplant with minced shrimp, scallion and almond flakes, to name a few.
Tuck into an assortment of seafood on ice comprising farmed prawns, black mussels and clams before moving on to old-time favourites like char koay teow and cucur udang kuah kacang.
The main dishes tempt with delectable creations such as paella Valencia, deep-fried whole seabass in three flavours and Swedish meatballs in cream mushroom sauce.
Grilled to perfection at the BBQ station are chicken tebasaki, Vietnamese chicken lemongrass skewer and stingray with turmeric lemongrass and chilli marinade, among others.
Walk in before 7.30pm to enjoy the special promotion of RM128 nett for adults (RM158 nett after 7.30pm) while senior citizens get to dine for RM118 nett and children for RM98 nett.
What’s more, spend a total RM300 to receive a RM30 voucher for your next visit, exclusively for The Ocean Catch’s promotion!
nada lama is also featuring the Khana-Khazanah Indian-Muslim buffet dinner from 6.30pm to 10pm every Friday.
Journey through authentic dishes that are rich with herbs and spices served the traditional way on aromatic banana leaves.
The palate-tingling menu comprises Indian spiced chickpea salad, lamb vindaloo, daging masak lemak cili padi, Madras fish curry, palak paneer and spiced fried bitter gourd.
The early bird promotion of RM65 nett for adults apply to those who walk in before 7.30pm.
Otherwise, the buffet is priced at RM98 nett per adult, RM84 nett per senior citizen and RM49 nett per child.
Executive chef Hafizzul Hashim has also whipped up the Family of Curries (served upon special request) with highlights red curry, curry Kapitan and Nyonya curry.
The hotel is celebrating Deepavali with the Colours of Rangoli buffet dinner on Nov 14, showcasing a flamboyant spread of Indian delicacies.
Indulge with family and friends at RM65 nett per adult (RM98 nett after 7.30pm), RM84 nett per senior citizen and RM49 nett per child.
Do mark your calendar for the Thanksgiving Semi-Buffet on Nov 26.
It is priced at RM110 nett for adults (RM130 nett after 7.30pm), RM111 nett for seniors and RM65 nett for children.
Roasted turkey and ‘8 Treasure’ stuffed duck are available now at RM199 nett.
For reservations and more details, call 04-632 7068.
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