Traditional selections on the menu


Espira Sri Petaling’s Ramadan buffet offers more than 60 types of traditional Malay delights.

“Ayuh berbuka” or “Let’s break fast” is the theme for Ramadan at Espira Sri Petaling this year.

The property, formerly known as Hotel Sri Petaling, is serving a buffet featuring traditional Malay dishes at its Dine Coffee House.

Hotel executive assistant manager Mohd Nizamri Md Yusoff@Ghani said diners could look forward to more than 60 types of

traditional Malay delights, including appetisers, mains, grilled fish and desserts.

Featured dishes include Daging Palembang, Pucuk Ubi Masak Lemak Udang, Kambing Gulai Kawah, Ayam Percik Berempah, Ikan Patin Tempoyak Pahang, sup gearbox and mee rebus.

There are also live action stations offering grilled fish, roast lamb, fried noodles and apam balik.

Desserts served include ais kacang, cendol, ais krim goyang and assorted Malay kuih.

The Ramadan buffet is priced at RM69nett per adult and RM35nett per child.

The hotel has a limited-time offer of two vouchers for RM100nett.

A maximum of 60 diners are allowed per session, in line with new norm practices.

The buffet is served from today to May 11.

Espira Sri Petaling is located at Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur.

For reservations, call 03-9058 2323 or WhatsApp 017-390 5835.

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