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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Ramadan Buffet 2012


buffet is all you can eat at fixed price you pay
Yeah, the word of 'buffet' is definitely exciting people who likes to enjoy food delicacies including me! Buffet means foods and refreshments that are served to fill up your stomach as much as you want to after you give a fixed payment. Succinctly stated, buffet is all you can eat at a fixed price you paid. Well, I love Japanese Buffet the most!Sushi is always appeared in my mind.

I seldom have the chance to attend Ramadhan Buffet, not until recently.It's the 2nd time I went to Ramadhan buffet at Crystal Crown Hotel, Kepong with my family. Talking about Malay dishes, various types of kuih muih, nasi lemak, ayam rendang, satay and asam laksa came across my mind. Hmm, although we were not going to any grand hotels like JW Mariott, Berjaya Times Square hotel or any poolside hotels to have buffet, but it's definitely worth to have buffet at Crystal Crown Hotel, Kepong. It's notable to mention that 5 of us were invited to the Ramadhan Buffet hence we did not need to pay entrance fees. =)

The promotion brochure mentioned RM58++ per head, while my family went for free.
In other words, we had to pay RM290++ if we weren't been invited to the Ramadhan Buffet!
Different races' delights were joined with other Asian, Middle Eastern and Western favourites in this Ramadhan buffet spread. Main meals included nasi briyani, chinese style lemon chicken, ayam rendang, green curry crabs, sambal udang, and lots more. Western dishes such as lasagna, french fries, nuggets are also available apart from Indian dishes such as roti canai and murtabak.

Key Malay delicacies encompassed Nasi Lemak, fried chicken, fried dumplings and spring rolls, asam laksa, satays made of chicken meat, lamb and mutton, and lots more.For dessert, various types of pastry and cakes are available for us to eat. I was shocked to see a Malay woman sampling a whole plate of pastry to her own plate. Guessed that she must be taking for more than 5 person. These all-you-can-eat spread was presented in bite-sized, permitting us to sample more dishes while reducing food wastage.

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Wow, it was crowded with people even it was just around 6.45pm.
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This malay kampung decoration at the entrance - rumah atap had attracted my attention!
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Long queue to get the foods.
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Buka puasa with the hotel's buffet spread featuring dishes from all over Malaysia! 
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Ulam- ulaman Melayu which I don't eat. 
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Sorry for the blur image, it's some Malay vegetables.
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Mom got us some spring rolls and fried dumplings. The fried dumplings are yummy!
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The round-shaped fruits (watermelon, honeydew) and marshmallow
were served to dip inside the hot chocolate pot next to it to serve an epicurean taste.
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Pastry and cakes 
satay!
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Fruits corner ranging with rambutan, oranges, watermelons and honeydew

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My share of nasi lemak! The sambal is very delicious! The spiciness is great.
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Donut, kuih talam and potato kuih.
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Our share of pastry and cakes, I prefer lesser creams.
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Left: fried dumpling which contains a big-sized prawn inside each
Right: marshmallow dipping inside hot chocolate.
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The delicious pastry my mom and I like to eat among all the pastry and cakes.
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ABC cendol. I did not want the pink and yellow colouring,
hence she served me a bowl of ABC cendol with only gula malacca, shaved ice, red beans and cendols.
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Roasted lamb meat which only left debris and bones within 2 hours.
I only ate two pieces of lamb meat, while my dad finished almost the whole plate of it.
One word to describe the marinated, roasted lamb meat: Yummy!

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