InterContinental Kuala Lumpur all-day dining restaurant Serena Brasserie presents A Journey of Heritage: With the Celebrated "Kampong Boys". The Ramadan feast will feature dishes from the "kampong boys" among other dishes. It is a unique theme, at least to me. Check out what they featured below!
|Journey Of Heritage Ramadan Buffet With InterContinental Kuala Lumpur's "Kampong Boys"|
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
165, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2782 6000
Fax: 03-2161 1122
|Let the feasting begin|
Experience authentic heritage flavours signifying the personalised journey of the celebrated "kampong boys". There are five of the "Kampong boys", each of them with their own signature dishes. Check them out below.
|InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel's GM at the media review|
Executive Sous Chef, Abdul Razak introduced his signature dish, the Laksa Johor. Describing his homemade delight as rich and flavourful as opposed to the sour savour of customary laksa variations, Chef Razak owes the signature recipe to his ancestral roots.
|Laksa Johor and Nasi Minyak Rendang Tok|
Identifying himself as a true kampong boy, Chef de cuisine, Suhalmi Tasir describes his favourite kampong dish, the Nasi Minyak Rendang Tok. Slightly sweet and full of spice, Chef Suhalmi relates the dish to uplifting sentiments, whereby family members and neighbours come together to whip up the cuisine in an enormous pot over a strong blazing flame.
|Chef de cuisine, Suhalmi Tasir with his Nasi Minyak Rendang Tok|
Banquet chef, Yusof Salamat brought out his Asam Pedas daging tetel. Citing that his robust palate for such flavours is due to his family preferences his young, Chef Yusof notes that the asam pedas daging tetel is a spin-off to the customary asam pedas cuisine, which utilises the fish. This one has additional beef, to be savoured with the soup bursting with flavours.
Malay chef, Yusman Yahaya introduced his Udang Masak Lemak Cili Padi dish next. Relating the cuisine with his love for spices, Chef Yusman correlates the udang masak lemak cili padi to cheery memories of his mum's cooking. It does look enticing in the pot.
|Udang Masak Lemak Cili Padi|
Executive pastry chef, Chan Eng Hua was up next, giving to us his nostalgic pastry of apam balik. Sweet, it has a very nice fluffy texture, with an aromatic smell. Not bad at all.
Further harmonising the exquisite experience of traditional home cooked savour, three menus are available on rotation. There's a rather extensive buffet spread featuring salad stations, classic favourites like gulai kawah tulang rusuk, main courses such as gulai ikan tongkol, rendang pedas ayam, and desserts.
|Salads and Ulam|
Saving the best for last, there's even a dusun stall featuring tropical fruit attractions and fresh durians! Separated from the dining space, the "dusun" featuring durians is placed further away so as not to disturb the non-durian patrons.
|Have all you want, as much as you want.|
Journey Of Heritage Ramadan Buffet With InterContinental Kuala Lumpur's "Kampong Boys" begins on 6th June to 5th July 2016, at RM148 nett per adult and RM78 nett per child (6 to 12 years old) from 6-12 June and 1-5 July. From 13th June till 30th June it is priced at RM178 nett per adult and RM98 nett per child. For reservations do contact Serena Brasserie at 03-27826228 or emal to email@example.com.