Flavourful feasts for Mothers Day

Treat your mum to a delicious serving of baby snapper with spring vegetables. — The RuMa Hotel and Residences

Today is Mothers Day, and one of the many ways you can show your mother that you appreciate her is to take her out for a scrumptious meal.

Many hotels, restaurants and cafes are offering special meals and deals today, but if you aren’t able to lock in a reservation, remember that you can always spoil mum with breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea, dinner or supper any day of the year – these eateries aren’t going anywhere.

Delectable dishes

Make this Mothers Day one to remember with a sumptuous long lunch at Serena Brasserie at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, from 12.30pm to 4pm.

The in-house chefs have crafted a mouth-watering menu filled with delicious roasts, savoury mains, and an extensive selection of buffet offerings that will tantalise your taste buds.

From the succulent honey-glazed supreme chicken with spinach to the juicy beef Wellington, all these dishes are crafted with care to ensure that each bite is a culinary delight.

The delicious and juicy beef Wellington. — InterContinental Kuala LumpurThe delicious and juicy beef Wellington. — InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

You can also relish the flavourful harrissa-spiced roasted bone-in leg of lamb, the savoury blackened red snapper fillet with potato and dill veloute, and the delectable sauteed cheesy beef meatball.

To make the day even more special, all mothers will receive a single-stalk rose, a door gift, and a grand cake cutting ceremony. Lucky draw prizes, including dining vouchers and spa treatments, are also up for grabs.

Grilled favourites and more

Celebrate the most important woman (or women) in your life with a sumptuous feast at Atas, The RuMa Hotel and Residences.

Mum will be spoiled for choice with a semi buffet featuring a salad bar, charcuterie, fresh seafood, a hot section with both Asian and Continental delights as well as an a la carte menu of brunch and grilled favourites cooked to order.

Enjoy tantalising dishes like the Atlantic salmon wellington and the crab meat fried rice after a hearty curry roasted cauliflower veloute, or opt for items from the list of brunch favourites.

These include eggs in various styles, green toast, croque monsieur, grilled cheese sandwiches, dim sum, pancakes, waffles and more.

You can also choose from the grill selection, which includes baby snapper, angus tenderloin or striploin, lamb rack and more.

“A Mothers Day Feast at Atas” is on today from 12pm to 3pm, and for parties of four adults or more, mum dines for free!

Dry aged duck breast — The RuMa Hotel and ResidencesDry aged duck breast — The RuMa Hotel and Residences

Afternoon delight

Indulge in a unique afternoon tea session at Lady Yi’s Tea House, an award-winning teahouse at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur which offers curated teas and fine Peranakan-inspired delicacies.

For Mothers Day, enjoy an enchanting afternoon tea set to make happy memories with your mother while taking a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Today, from 2pm to 6pm, savour delectable treats with a special afternoon tea set while learning a new skill through a tulip crochet workshop, a unique and creative experience that you and your mother will love.

Indulge in afternoon tea and a crochet workshop. — Lady Yi’s Tea House/InstagramIndulge in afternoon tea and a crochet workshop. — Lady Yi’s Tea House/Instagram

French feast

Brasserie Leon, located in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, offers a casual yet elegant atmosphere, where the classic French steak and fries, accompanied by a secret signature sauce, takes the spotlight.

This dish is a national favourite in France, and the restaurant celebrates it in all its glory.

There are plenty of French favourites on the menu, such as foie gras, baked escargots, mussels and fries, and melted raclette cheese, which pack a flavourful punch that will surprise you.

Its hearty dish of cheese fondues is served in three versions, and you can choose between non-alcoholic wine, regular white wine, or a drop of kirsch to add a kick to the preparation.

Do take note that this special dish is served on Sunday nights only, all the more reason to make a booking now to spoil your mum.

Cheese fondues, served in three versions. — Brasserie Leon/InstagramCheese fondues, served in three versions. — Brasserie Leon/Instagram

A celebration, with food

The Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur is honouring mothers with several Mothers Day offers.

At the Lemon Garden, dig in to a Mothers Day brunch, which features a fun DIY Cupcake activity for the little ones.

Enjoy a wide variety of signature dishes from sustainably sourced seafood to local dishes, international favourites, plus kids-friendly food station.

You can also treat your mum to a posh afternoon tea session at the Lobby Lounge, which offers an idyllic view of water gardens behind floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

Spoil your mum with some sweet treats. — shangrila.com/kualalumpurSpoil your mum with some sweet treats. — shangrila.com/kualalumpur

She deserves a little luxury and a stress-free afternoon, so treat her to afternoon tea the way she deserves.

If you fancy fresh pastries or desserts, check out Lemon Garden 2Go, an excellent spot for a quick bite and a coffee, with a wide selection of sandwiches, pastries and desserts.

Also available are custom-made chocolates, cookies, pastries, pasta, and salads with other Shangri-La branded retail products.

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