Thai dishes join line-up of favourites in Ramadan buffet

Melting Pot Cafe serves up a spread of local and Thai fare this Ramadan.

MELTING Pot Cafe at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur is serving up a spread of dishes for Ramadan, which will include Malay, Chinese, Indian and even Thai dishes in the buffet.

Diners can enjoy all-time favourites such as bubur lambuk ayam, sup gearbox, sup tulang rawan, kambing panggang and kari kepala ikan.

For some traditional kampung dishes, try the Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak, Ayam Masak Ros, Ikan Keli Berlado, Pajeri Terung, Sambal Sotong Petai, Kambing Masak Hitam and Asam Pedas Daging Tetel.

Other specialities include chicken siew mai, rojak buah, kepah kam heong and loh hon chai as well as Tofu and Black Fungus, Stir-fried Squid with Dried Chillies, Udang Goreng Telur Masin, Dalca Sayur and Briyani Kambing.

The Thai section will have Bangkok Tom Yam, som tam (Green Papaya Salad), Pra Neng Sos Tai (Southern Thai Steamed Fish), Daging Bakar a la Thai and Tab Tim Krob (Water Chestnut Rubies).

The live cooking sections offer not-to-be-missed teppanyaki items and Hainanese chicken rice.

The dessert section features delectable treats such as kuih seri muka, kuih cucur badak, kuih kaswi, karipap sardin, pulut panggang, bubur kacang hijau, butter pudding, assorted French pastries and ice cream.

The spread certainly leaves diners spoilt for choice.

Melting Pot Cafe’s nightly buffet, priced between RM98nett and RM128nett per person (depending on the dates), is available until May 12.

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