Traditional favourites for break of fast in KL

Assorted Malay kuih can be found on the Dapur TPC Kuala Lumpur Ramadan buffet.

The Dapur TPC Kuala Lumpur buffet is back, presenting guests a variety of traditional favourites until May 11.

The Ramadan buffet at the grand ballroom of Sime Darby Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur has ample space for diners to break fast while adhering to the National Security Council’s standard operating procedure.

Diners have a choice of more than 20 authentic local dishes such as Ikan Asam Pedas, Paru Goreng Berlado, Rendang Kupang, Stir-fried Beef with Black Pepper, Udang Goreng Sambal Hijau, Siput Sedut Masak Lemak Cili Api, Kambing Kuzi, Stir-fried Lala with Oyster and Curry Leaf, Sup Berempah Utara, satay, sago gula melaka, aneka bubur manis, ais kacang and cendol.

Whole roast lamb and TPC’s signature dish Lidah Bakar with Air Assam and Kicap Pedas are among the highlights.

The dinner is priced at RM108nett per adult with a RM10 surcharge applicable on weekends.

Children get a 50% discount.

Those who prefer to break fast at home, can call Golfer’s Terrace at TPC Kuala Lumpur for its Ramadan set value takeaway meals, ideal for four people.

The takeaway options are available until May 12.

Priced at RM102++ per set, the menus come with three main dishes, complimentary ulam, kerabu, keropok, fruits and dates.

Patrons can add a main dish for an additional charge of RM8++ to RM25++ per packet.

All final orders must be made at least an hour in advance.

For reservations, call 03-2011 9187/ 189.

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