Hotel beckons diners with Japanese and seafood delights

Culinary adventure: Journey to the East at the Fusion Japanese buffet dinner every Thursday.

VALUE for money, quality and rich in variety pretty much sum up Sunway Hotel Seberang Jaya’s Fusion Japanese and Grilled from Land to Sea buffet dinners every Thursday and Friday respectively from now until May.

Priced at RM53 nett for adults and RM38 nett for children/senior citizens, the Fusion Japanese features a medley of cuisine ranging from Japanese and Chinese to Malay and Western.

Senior chef de partie Rafsan Zani, who underwent special training in the art of Japanese cuisine at sister property Sunway Putra Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, said the appetisers were leaning more towards Japanese.

There is also a teppanyaki and yakitori action stall. Indulge in assorted sushi maki, sashimi, rambanzuke (vinegar fish fillet), kohaku (vinegar, radish and carrot), harusame salada (glass noodle salad) and edamame (Japanese fresh soya bean).

At the action stall, watch the chef deftly cook prawn and squid with capsicum, Chinese cabbage, mushroom, carrot, leek and chive on the Teppan (large steel hotplate).

Main course comprises Japanese garlic fried rice, stir-fried udon with assorted meat, oden (stewed fish cake), chawan mushi (steamed egg custard), roast chicken with turmeric scented coconut cream sauce, baked prawn piri-piri and braised cauliflower with abalone mushroom.

There are also miso soup with tofu as well as seaweed and fish ball soup while dessert consists of tiramisu, mini tartlets, chocolate mousse, French pastries, English butter cake and ice-cream.

The Grilled from Land to Sea buffet is back by popular demand. Sous chef Wee Tim Peng said the buffet received great response with its delicious and spice-infused homemade marinades for the grilled items.

Select from marinated beef with Cajun sauce, BBQ chicken, farm prawns, chipolatas sausages, mabong fish berempah or stingray with air asam to be cooked to your preference.

Complementing the dishes are appetisers, soup, mains like gratinated seafood, hung siew chicken and kam heong fish fillet, and desserts such as pudding, strawberry mousse and nyonya kuih.

Available from 6.30pm to 10pm at the Sun Cafe, the buffet is priced at RM48 nett for adults and RM25 nett for children/senior citizens.

The hotel also welcomes delightful celebrations and gatherings from Saturdays to Wednesdays with a minimum group booking of 35 persons and above for the buffet dinners.

Prior bookings must be made two days in advance by contacting 04-3707788 ext 8044 or e-mailing

Do also make your reservations for the Mother’s Day Buffet Lunch on May 10 and the Father’s Day Buffet Lunch on June 21. Both are priced at RM48 nett per adult and RM25 nett per child/senior.

Besides the merry feasting from noon to 2.30pm, door gifts, cucur Jawa/roti jala competitions and in-house band performances are among the highlights.

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For enquiries and reservations, call 04-3707788.

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