GUESTS at the Malaysian Petroleum Club can enjoy the view from the 43rd floor of Tower 2, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, while tucking into the buka puasa spread featuring local and western dishes.
The buffet spread was prepared by Malay chef Mohamed Syukur Mohamed Hassan and his team who adopted a bazaar concept this year.
Enjoy Malaysian dishes like Ikan Keli Berlada, Paru Berlada, Ayam Masak Cili, Perut Masak Lemak Cili Padi, oat prawns and stir-fried kailan with oyster sauce. These dishes go well with nasi minyak, nasi briyani and white rice.
There is also a yong tau foo and noodles corner with a variety of condiments.
At the western corner, guests can choose either penne, spaghetti, squid ink or fettuccine and pair their chosen pasta with marinara, carbonara or bolognese sauce.
There is also a grill corner for both Western and Asian dishes such as lamb chop and fried fish.
Creating a sense of nostalgia is the ais krim potong corner with flavours of durian, coconut, red bean, chocolate and cendol to choose from.
My favourite from the dessert corner was the serawa durian, eaten with roti jala.
There is also a variety of cakes and kuih-muih in the line-up.
The Ramadan special is priced at RM128 nett per adult, RM68 nett per child (six to 12 years old) and senior citizens aged above 60. Club members get a 20% discount.
Aside from the Ramadan buffet, the club is offering takeaway meals from 4pm to 6pm until June 1, Monday to Friday, at Level 41, Tower 2, Petronas Twin Towers.
For details and to place orders, call 016-264 3122.
MALAYSIAN PETROLEUM CLUB, Kiku Hall, Level 43, Petronas Twin Towers, Tower 2, Kuala Lumpur (Tel: 03-2166 3200) Business hours: 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
This is the writer’s personal observation and not an endorsement by StarMetro.