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Catering to your open house needs during Raya

WITH an enviable reputation of quality and excellence for almost four decades, look no further than Eden Catering for all your Hari Raya catering needs.

A selection of appetising delights served a la Hidangan Dome.

Delectable pizzas for buka puasa

FANCY having some fresh, all natural and mouth-watering artisanal hand-tossed pizzas for buka puasa?

Flavours of Sarawak for buka puasa

ONE ingredient that will receive special attention this Ramadan at the Chatz Brasserie in Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur is wild ginger from Sarawak. Banquet sous chef Stewart Rajau calls it tepus (etlingera coccinea) and it is a must-have when it comes to making Ayam Pansuh Sarawak, a traditional Sarawakian dish cooked in bamboo stalk.

Diverse fare of old favourites

EXPERIENCE the diversity of local food as signature dishes from various states in Malaysia come to fore.

Consistency in each serving

Roadside food stalls are in abundance in Taman Melawati and its surrounding areas.

Sri Lentok’s nasi lemak of steamed rice with anchovies, cucumber and egg.

Focus on rich flavours of Malay cuisine

FROM barbecues and grills to action stations and cooked dishes, the rich flavours of Malay cuisine prepared in a variety of styles take the spotlight at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur this Ramadan.

For sweet endings, choose from desserts 
of both 
local and international flavours.

Reliving food memories

THE chance to take a trip down memory lane best describes the effort chefs put in when planning a Ramadan menu.

Royzat carving slices of slow-roasted Kibas Bakar.

Unique blend of dishes

BENTONG: Classic Malay dishes with a twist awaits diners at Kembali Kitchen as it showcases its Hari Raya buffet spread with an international touch.

One of the chefs at Kembali Kitchen posing with some of the dishes available for the Hari Raya buffet at Grand Ion Delemen Hotel in Bentong, Pahang

Authentic Malay delicacies for Ramadan

PREMIERE Hotel Klang is presenting its “Flavours of Iftar@Premiere” buffet for Ramadan, which draws inspiration from the colourful array of local Malay food.

Diversity in flavours for all

IF THERE is one thing that speaks volumes about Malaysia, it is the food.