is here and while we’re in the midst of making spiritual or physical preparations for fasting and ibadah, there’s one question that we always ask ourselves - what should I eat for iftar? Well, no need to rack your brains because we’ve got the ultimate guide of eateries in KL and Selangor that'll serve you a delicious iftar this Ramadan!
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Buka Puasa Spots In KL & Selangor 2022
1. Lisette's Café & RestaurantCredit: lisettes.my on Instagram
If there's one place you should be planning your iftar meal at, it's Lisette Café & Restaurant. Known for their health-conscious, wholesome food that doesn't compromise on deliciousness, tuck into a hearty feast with their Ramadhan Buffet! One glance is all it takes
to fall instantly in love with their spread 😍 From Persian Salmon and Spaghetti Pomodoro to Black Rice Nasi Lemak and Mixed Grills, you'll find everything you want and more here. They also have vegetarian-friendly options, so everyone can enjoy a meal here and experience the Ramadhan festivities together!
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Uses halal ingredients. Sells alcohol on the premises.
2. Grand Hyatt Kuala LumpurCredit: Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur 0n Facebook
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur's got a myriad of culinary wonders for every foodie in Malaysia this Ramadhan!
Ranging from MYR 450, Grand Hyatt's prepared set menus for the Nostalgia Rembulan
buffet are curated to serve for a gathering of five. Head over and expect to delight in mouth-watering traditional dishes like Bubur Lambuk Daging, Ikan Bakar Peranakan, Kambing Bakar Berempah and Sup Ekor for Iftar!😋
P.S. You can also enjoy deliveries and takeaways from their online store at just MYR 450 nett, or get an early bird promo form now till 2 April at only MYR 168 nett per adult!
3. Soul SacrificeCredit: Soul Sacrifice on InstagramNamed after American rock legend Santana's instrumental classic, make your way to Soul Sacrifice with loved ones for your next iftar meal. There is plenty of soul to be found in the menu offerings - from Nasi Ulam Ayam Percik to Udon Noodle Bowls, you'll find a variety of flavours that will suit everyone in your party. If you're looking for lighter options, the cafe's got you covered with a range of salads, soups and snacks. Of course, a visit here won't be complete without giving their seasonal selection of speciality
coffees a try. Available as espresso, filter and cold brew, coffee lovers will definitely appreciate this during Ramadhan.
4. Intercontinental Kuala LumpurCredit: intercontinental.kualalumpur on InstagramFrom 3 April to 1 May 2022, Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur will be serving up a delicious spread of dishes
for Ramdhan 2022's Iftar! Ready your stomachs for a nostalgic buffet crafted specially to bring you down memory lane - the chefs have created recipes that they inherited from their elders, and this year, they're sharing the homemade delights with you.
Chef Sapri’s Pasta Goreng Kawah Cucu Bonda, a recipe inherited by his mother, is an exquisite twist on comfort food Pasta Goreng. Alternatively, take on Chef Balqish’s Nasi Kukus and Kari Kepak Ikan Barramundi & Rendang Ayam Tok Nek! The recipe has been passed down through 3 generations. Talk about reminiscing the past!
You can also expect to be spoiled by an array of fresh & grilled seafood, Chinese & Japanese Cuisine, meats and more.
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5. De.wan 1958 by Chef WanCredit:nunwaununalif on Instagram
If you've never had the chance to try delicious local cuisine from Chef Wan, Malaysia's first celebrity chef, De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan is where you should enjoy an iftar meal this Ramadan. Situated at The LINC KL, you'll be able to savour everything at De.Wan's Ramadan buffet. Dig into tasty Kerabu Pucuk Paku Kerang and Bubur Lambuk Pahang cooked to perfection, Ayam Kicap Manis that will remind you of your kampung’s cooking or a hearty bowl of Laksa Siam with condiments!
6. W Kuala LumpurCredit: seeya_m_n on Instagram
Missed Ramadan Bazaars? W Kuala Lumpur celebrates the spirit of Bazaar Malam
with their Iftar Ramadhan buffet menu! Inspired by the Ramadhan Bazaar street foods we all know and love, W Kuala Lumpur's chefs bring you tantalising twists on our ever favourite bazaar foods.
Take a chance on the Rendang Sushi, or check out the highly recommended Rojak Pasembur and Sabah
Slipper Lobster Roti John!
All ingredients are from halal-certified suppliers, and they are 100% pork-free. However, do note that alcohol is served on the premises, although during Bazaar Malam, no alcohol will be served.
7. Aloft Kuala Lumpur SentralCredit: Aloft Kuala Lumpur SentralMari-Mari Makan,
Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral has an affordable Ramadhan buffet you don't want to miss. Their culinary team has prepared a lavish buffet spread, carefully crafted by their Executive Chef, Chef Arfizan!
From Kambing Bakar Berempah to Buubur Lambur, there's a little something for everyone at this buffet. You can also expect a satay station, Wok-fried Kam Heong Crab, Chicken Cordon Blue with Thyme Jus, Assam Pedas Stingray and more! Talk about savoury, melt-in-your-mouth dishes 🤤
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Re-applying for halal certification, currently ''pork-free''. Do dine with discretion.
8. Ahh-Yum by Kampong KraversCredit: ahh_yum on Instagram
Nestled in the heart of Bukit Damansara, Ahh-Yum is a sleek and cosy restaurant serving the best of Malaysian cuisine. Their Ramadan buffet will showcase iconic Malaysian dishes such as Ayam Percik, Sambal Udang, Beef Rendang, Nyonya Laksam, and Lontong Vegetables!
9. Mangala Resort & Spa
Ever wanted to have Iftar with a view? Mangala Resort & Spa's The Lakeside Restaurant has a much-anticipated Malaysian Ramadan buffet that'll just warm your heart. Santapan Serantauhas so much for you to look forward to. Along with delicious Malaysian classics, Mangala Resort will also be serving up international delights with live
Halal, they do not serve any non-halal food.
10. SeoulNami Korean BBQCredit: seoulnamikoreanbbq on Instagram
Korean food lovers and meat lovers, where you at? 😋 Korean food joint, SeoulNami Korean BBQ is where you should be to buka puasa with friends and family. Prepare your taste buds and stomachs with platters of torched beef, marinated lamb chops, bone-in shot rib and chuncheon chicken. This is ultimate dream for any meat lover!
Uses halal-certified ingredients. No Pork. No Alcohol.
11. Amber Chinese Muslim RestaurantCredit: amberchinesemuslim on Instagram
For iftar this Ramadan, why not give yourself a chance to taste an authentic meal in Northern China? 🤗 Every plate is a cacophony of fresh spices and bold flavours that are masterfully orchestrated using traditional cooking techniques. Delight in Shanghai Marinated Duck and Dumpling Beef. Then, enjoy their Braised Lamb in Sauce, Sweet & Sour Tofu, and Sesame Mochi Ball! Before ending your dinner, let the Cold Noodle With Mixed Meat Sauce cool you down.
12. Hilton Kuala LumpurCredit: hiltonkualalumpur on Instagram
Want to enjoy buka puasa somewhere with both delicious food and immaculate vibes? Hilton Kuala Lumpur's Vasco Restaurant is the way to go! Their restaurant has an ''al fresco'' urban park feel. And this Ramadan, their Jelajah Selera Bersama
buffet showcases a choice selection of dishes from 13 ASEAN countries! From local favourites like Siput Sedut Masak Lemak Cili Api Pak Kadot to Korea's Chicken Gochujang,
there'll be something for all your cravings 😍
Prepared with halal-sourced ingredients
13. Pullman KLCCCredit: pullmanklcc on Instagram
Craving a taste of that homely 'kampung' cuisine? Pullman KLCC's got your back. Their Nikmat Selera Kampung
Ramadhan buffet at Sedap Restaurant features tantalising tastes like kambing kuzi, ayam masak seri wangi, itik percik and ketam berlado! Not to mention a variety of popular dishes and stations like gulai kawah, bakar-bakar streets, goreng-goreng stations and unforgettable desserts!
14. Siti LiCredit: sashareddy on Instagram
Nestled in a contemporary studio in Bukit Damansara, Siti Li's dining focuses on quality heritage Malay food. Indulge in a massive spread of dishes like Nasi Lemak Ayam Masak Merah, Rendang and a variety of kuih! For those who prefer a more intimate setting, this spot is perfect for you.
So, have you decided where you're having your next iftar? 😋