Lumut resort offers Malaysian fare for Ramadan

  • Eat And Drink
  • Thursday, 24 May 2018

Some of the cakes and dates available for Ramadan buffet spread in Swiss Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut.

It is Ramadan month and choices are plentiful for those looking for a place to break their fast.

The Swiss Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut near Lumut is offering a wide variety of traditional Malaysian food, in line with its theme “Ramadan Santapan Malaysia”.

One of the main highlights of its Ramadan menu at The Garden Terrace is the popular Roasted Whole Lamb.

Its marketing communications and e-commerce manager Cynthia Baring Gould said Chef Mohamad Izan Ismail and his team had whipped up a selection of more than 80 dishes for the dinner buffet.

The grill station will feature grilled fresh seafood and various meats served with local dips and sauces.

“There is also the popular Malaysian dish Rendang Tok, as well as a delightful variety of desserts and speciality beverages.

“Imported high quality dates from Egypt will also be served as starters,” she said.

Over at the action stalls, among the selections offered are local Malaysian fare such as Penang Asam Laksa, Fried Penang Koay Teow, Chicken Murtabak and Sitiawan Cendol.

Chef Mohamad Izan said cooking was his passion and Malaysian food, which utilises a melting pot of herbs and spices, would maintain the originality of such flavourful dishes.

The Ramadan buffet will be served daily from 7pm to 10pm from now until June 14.

The price is RM65 nett for adults and RM35 nett for children.

In conjunction with the holy month, the resort will also be treating residents of a local orphanage as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative.

Guests and walk-in diners can also take advantage of the room rate and other promotions for a relaxing getaway with family and friends.

For more information or reservation, call 05-684 3333 ext 343.

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