Ramadan Buffet @ The Venue Shah Alam
It was my first time over at The Venue Shah Alam, where they held their special preview of their upcoming buffet promotion this Ramadan. Held at the rather beautifully decorated place, The Venue Shah Alam hosted a feast of Malaysian cuisine. Space is not a constrain, as the buffet dishes were laid out in a rather unique fashion. Check out below on what we had that evening.
|Ramadan Buffet @ The Venue Shah Alam|
The Venue Shah Alam,
Address: No. 15, Jalan 15/22, Tiong Nam Park,
Seksyen 15, 40200 Shah Alam,
Tel: +6019 8585825 / +6019 8585375
|The whole place feels rather posh|
I must say, I was impressed with the place, aptly named The Venue. It was a standalone building, encompassing 3 floors, and we dined on the 3rd floor. There were ample parking space outside. The Venue Shah Alam doubles up as a wedding reception, a place for bridal showers, engagement, annual GMs, event space, seminar, fashion shows, and basically anything you want it to be. An event hall for all.
|Beautiful decor and seats|
|An event space perfect for many occasions|
This year, the Ramadan buffet will be held at two halls, their newly launched hall, the Event Hall which can accommodate up to 250 pax at one time and the Grand Ballroom which can accommodate up to 400pax. During the Ramadan Buffet promotion period, The Venue Shah Alam also provide a prayer room for Maghrib and Isya’ prayers and a section set aside for wuduk.
|Lala Goreng Pedas|
During the buffet preview, we were introduced to the main chef, Chef Nabil Md Salleh, as he showed us his wide array of traditional Malaysia dishes to our delight. From the unique Ayam Semor from Javanese recipe, to Syamin rice from Johor, the buffet highlights include authentic Kelantanese dish Beef Kozi, roasted with herbs and spices, served with Briyani rice, chicken Mandy and condiments.
Don’t forget to try out the traditional Daging Masak Lemak Cili Padi, Patin Masak Tempoyak and many other authentic Malay cuisine. We had the mouth-watering Ayam Kampung Goreng, Chicken Tikka Masala, Assam Laksa, and Char Kuay Teow as well. On top of that, there’s the all-time favourite “keropok corner” serving keropok lekor, keropok udang, and keropok sayur to tantalise your taste buds.
|Kuihs and dessert|
|Laksa Penang / Sup Tulang|
Ulam-ulam kampung, served with assorted types of sambal fill up another corner, complete with a wide selection of Kerabu. The Ramadan Buffet at The Venue Shah Alam will be available daily from 6pm to 10pm from 18th May till 12 June 2018.
|Don't forget to take your fruits|
|Big Thumbs up!|
|Tradisi Malaysia Ramadan Buffet @ The Venue Shah Alam|
Unlike other more posh restaurants which comes with equally posh and high pricing, the Buffet Ramadan here costs a relatively reasonable RM68 nett per adult and RM40 nett per children between 4 to 12 years of age. For senior citizens aged 55 and above it is priced at RM60 net per pax. Early bird pricing goes for RM58 nett per adult, RM35 nett for children and RM50 nett for senior citizen. Do check out The Venue Shah Alam this Ramadan, reservations can be made by calling +6019 8585825 / +6019 8585375.