Restaurant brings back ‘santapan’ buffet in new norm

The Santapan 29 Malam buffet dinner serves popular local delicacies.

BACK by popular demand, Tropicana Golf and Country Resort is bringing back its Santapan 29 Malam buffet dinner for Ramadan.

Held at The Palm Coffee House — at the main wing of the resort’s clubhouse — the main feature is the huge spread of over 250 dishes, with 20 stalls serving popular delicacies made fresh on the spot, providing foodies a chance to sample a wide range of treats.

Tropicana Golf and Country Resort managing director Peter Kuan said the restaurant had taken into account physical distancing practices this year while promising to deliver a pleasant kampung-style experience.

“For over 20 years, Tropicana has consistently redefined the art of living, dining and serving, and this includes improving our Ramadan buffet that has become a household name.

“Covid-19 may have left a void among buffet lovers but thanks to new normal-friendly concepts, we are bringing back ours while sticking to social distancing measures.

“This year, we have 250 dishes as well as 20 stalls preparing local and international signature dishes, from special roasts and grilled treats to an assortment of pastries.”

The spread includes local favourites and house specialities such as lemang, chicken rendang, roti canai, bubur lambuk, roast lamb and satay.

Live action stations feature a variety of grilled meat and seafood, pizza, noodles as well as desserts such as ais krim potong, ais kacang and cendol.

Also available are Malaysian fruits such as guava, rambutan and duku langsat, local desserts like Bandung Syrup and bubur cha cha as well as some Thai specialities, including Tom Yum Gai, Som Tam Thai and Yam Neua beef salad.

Priced at RM110 per adult, the Santapan 29 Malam buffet dinner is available until May 12.

For reservations, call 03-7804 1919 or email

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