11 Best Ramadan Buffets 2024 In Kuala Lumpur

11 Best Ramadan Buffets 2024 In Kuala Lumpur For Your Iftar Gathering


Farah Fazanna •  Feb 14, 2024

Ramadan is here again! It's that time of the year when Muslims across the world will be fasting from sunrise to sunset. This year, Ramadan is expected to begin from 11 March to 9 April 2024. One of the best parts about Ramadan is the opportunity to gather with your loved ones during iftar to celebrate a day of fasting. Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of halal buffets in KL and Selangor that offer the best-curated menu and amazing deals to pamper your family and satiate your cravings. Check it out!

1. DoubleTree by Hilton

DoubleTree by Hilton

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Indulge in an authentic regional Malaysian dining experience at Makan Kitchen at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Live interactive show kitchens showcase the enormous diversity of Malaysian cuisine and you will experience the journey from the raw ingredients to the pan and plate.  The restaurant's several cooking stations feature iconic specialities from Malaysian, Peranakan, Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines, giving a true flavour of the area's local cuisine.

DoubleTree by Hilton

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Makan Kitchen will feature a variety of signature dishes and action stalls that promise a feast for the senses. Indulge in a specially crafted menu with up to 100 dishes prepared at the live cooking station, served fresh off the grill and hot out of the oven. The restaurant offers an enhanced dining experience for diners and features a wide array of premium signature dishes such as Kambing Golek Station, Rendang Peha Kambing Bakar with Spices, Udang Harimau Masak Lemak Tempoyak, Charcoal Grilled Seafood Station, Lemang Pulut with a variety of Serunding and Fresh Tiger Prawn with Oatmeal Cereal Butter.

For dessert, diners will also enjoy the decadent Durian Tempura and an array of ice-cream flavours from Baskin Robbins. As bazaars are popular for their colourful beverages, it’s always a treat to explore new flavours. Try the crowd favourite Teh Tarik Pandan, Teh Tarik Boba with Gula Melaka, Masala Tea, Chai, Kopi Kampung, Calamansi Asam Boi, Milo Ais and more!

Book your table on their website.

2. Pullman KLCC

Look no further to search for your favourite food to break fast as Pullman KLCC is setting up food stalls with aromatic and flavourful menus this Ramadan. Each stall is manned by chefs with their speciality menu using their very own recipes such as beef rendang, traditional salads, durian onde-onde, lok lok and other special Kampung dishes, all under one roof!

All set to welcome you with an array of tantalising classic and local cuisines such as kambing kuzi, ayam masak seri wangi, itik percik, ketam berlado and a variety of most-favourite dishes like gulai kawah, bakar-bakar streets, goreng-goreng stations with delectable desserts that will make your appetite craving for more.

To book your table for dining or place your food order for delivery, WhatsApp +6016 290 3864 or email to [email protected]

3. Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur

With 150 traditional and modern dishes to try at Latest Recipe @ Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur’s Ramadan buffet, it's a challenge to sample everything - but these are Chef Budiman’s top picks you simply can't afford to miss!

Beef marinated with Asian spices and slowly braised in a tandoori oven for nine hours, the Signature Daging Tempayan is absolutely a must-try dish. Served with traditional Biskut Lutut and a wide variety of freshly baked bread, it’s a show-stopper of a meal! Another dish to order is the Racikan Ayam, which is cooked in a sous vide machine at 63 degrees Celsius, and topped with chicken and free range eggs. It’s also created using the same sauce as the Daging Tempayan, and it makes for a great meal to dip your bread into and devour.

Seafood lovers can’t miss the Mee Lob Dang Tam, a fusion-style noodle dish with lobster, prawns, and crab, served hot with prawn bisque and garnished with dried chilli paste, hard-boiled eggs, lime powder, and curry powder. If that’s not enough, the Laksa Lemak Kuning Ikan Tongkol - a traditional dish made with local tuna - is the chef’s personal favourite, made just like nenek (grandmother) makes it! This favourite is served with yellow curry fish broth and tuna flakes, pounded with chilli paste and local green herbs, paired with your choice of noodles.

For dessert lovers, you will find an array of treats from traditional kuih muih and ABC to delicious cakes and puddings.

To reserve your table, call +603-2263-7888, WhatsApp +6012-215-8782 or email [email protected].

4. Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel

Experience the best of Malay cuisine during Ramadan at Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel with two thematic buffets - Sajian Warisan at Feast, and Iftar Nusantara at the Grand Ballroom.

Enjoy a diverse selection of traditional flavours curated by Sous Chef Firdaus, featuring his heirloom recipes, such as Sup Merah Temasik Bengkulu - a spicy and tangy soup made with bone marrow, oxtail, beef lung, beef tongue, beef tendon, and mutton, and Ayam Masak Lemak Rebung Tok Mizi, a family favourite of Chef Firdaus made with chicken, coconut milk, turmeric, chillies, and bamboo shoots. Be sure to also get a taste of the savoury Malay curry of Gulai Daging dan Nangka Ala Canggung, made with tender beef cubes and jackfruit, inspired by Chef Firdaus’ traditional Malaysian heritage.

For inquiries or reservations, please call 017-228-6098 or email [email protected].

5. Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

Seafood lovers should run, not walk, to Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown and savour the signature Ketam Bunga Masak Lemak Nenas Cili Api dish by Sous Chef Meor Muhammad Syahir Meor Sahaid.
This dish is a reflection of Chef Meor’s childhood and Minang heritage, tapping into his love for spicy food and seafood. Growing up without the luxury of eating seafood often, he aims to cook with the freshest seafood to create hearty and flavourful dishes that ensure the ingredients shine through with every bite. His signature crab dish features high-quality Josapine pineapples cooked using traditional Nyonya techniques and inspired by Chinatown, creating a rich and flavourful dish that tells a wonderful culinary story.

6. W Kuala Lumpur

Bringing back its crowd favourite, Bazaar Malam – a W twist on a traditional night market it is back again this year, bigger and better than ever. Offering a sumptuous spread of Malaysian dishes specially prepared by their talented Executive Chef Haznizam Hamzah and Sous Chef Suhalmi Md Tasir.

Revamped into a bazaar-like buffet with multiple stalls each serving up local delicacies, diners who visit FLOCK can dive into the flavours of Malaysia by sampling an array of local delicacies from Kudap-Kudap and Jeruk-Jeruk Penang. These dishes are a must-try for anyone looking to experience the very best of what our local cuisine has to offer. Not only that, they’re bringing back last year’s favourite and sought-after Roti John Stall – a unique station that serves up an array of delectable fillings including succulent lobster, tender chicken, juicy lamb, and rich and creamy cheese. Each filling is nestled inside a soft and crispy flatbread, known as roti john, creating an irresistible fusion of textures and flavours that is sure to tantalize the taste buds.

7. Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Head over to Melting Pot at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur to savour the Gabungan Duo Rasa Ala Kampung & Thai buffet spread. Combining the flavours of both Thai and traditional kampung dishes, the spread is all about the opportunities to spend time with loved ones over delicious meals. Curated by Chef Mohamad Yusoff and Chef Nopporn Nutto, options include the likes of Gulai Tunjang Minangkabau, Kambing Masak Hitam Manis, Grilled Thai Beef Salad, and Chicken Panang with Lime Leaves and Peanut. Both menus will be on rotation every day.

To reserve your table, call 03-2727 2233.

8. Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur

For an experience unlike any other, get ready to enter Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur’s Grand Spice Bazaar Buffet. The hotel’s Grand Ballroom will beautifully transform into a curated souk experience adorned in Turkish and Middle Eastern decor. To complete the glorious affair, guests can indulge in the Ramadhan spread featuring over 90 local dishes with unique Turkish dishes by a guest chef from Istanbul. Highlights include classic Malay dishes like Kerabu Ayam Pucuk Paku, Daging Masak Hitam Manis, Lemang, Curry Laksa, and more. Besides that, guests can also explore the curated souk experience featuring selected local brands and vendors. The best part? The proceeds from the Grand Spice Bazaar will be donated to selected communities in need.

Over at JP Teres, you can also explore an abundant spread filled with Malaysian favourites and exclusive Indian cuisine by a guest chef from Chennai. You can look forward to live stations, JP teres’ iconic chicken rice, a noodle station and a carving station.

For bookings or queries, please contact +60 3 2182 1234.

9. The Element Kuala Lumpur

Presenting The Element Kuala Lumpur’s ‘Citarasa Warisan Element’ dinner buffet. The TRACE Restaurant and Bar offer an exquisite array of Malaysian classics using recipes originating from seven different states. Guests will be treated to line-up themed stations, including five live pop-up stalls with signatures like Kerabu Warisan Malaysia, Sup Kedah Piaw, Biryani Kaki Kambing, Masak Lemak Chili Padi in clay pot, Local & Western Bakar-Bakar, Hidangan Klasik Turun-Temurun and Pemanis Mulut Tradisi Sepanjang Zaman stations. Diners can look forward to their take on Johor’s Biryani Kaki Kambing, Melaka’s Masak Lemak Cili Padi in Claypot, Perak’s Rendang Ayam Bonda with Lemang Bakar, Kelantan’s Ayam Bakar Percik and so much more.

To reserve your table, call 03-2771-3388

10. The RuMa Hotel and Residences

The RuMa Hotel and Residences

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Get ready for a colourful feast at The RuMa Hotel and Residences! This Ramadan, the SANTAI Pool Bar and Lounge is thrilled to present Citarasa Warna-Warni, a buffet that promises to bring everyone together over the love of traditional Malay cuisine. From March 14 to April 7, 2024, enjoy a variety of scrumptious dishes, from classic favourites to innovative creations. Highlights include made-to-order roti john or lobster rolls at HOT PAN HAVEN, freshly grilled ikan pari at STALL BAKAR PAK WAN, a carving station, and a dessert section brimming with sweet treats.

For reservations and inquiries, WhatsApp or call +603 27780614.

11. InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

Credit: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

Dive into Serena Brasserie's buka puasa buffet for a delightful blend of local and Middle Eastern flavours. Start with a variety of appetisers, including Sambal and Arabic salads, then explore a seafood paradise from the Strait of Melaka and the Sea of Borneo. Savor Malaysian classics and spice-rich dishes from our Tandor Oven. Don't miss the Middle Eastern roasts and Lebanese Shawarma. End on a sweet note with desserts ranging from Onde-onde Panna Cotta to Middle Eastern Baklava and Sweet Kunafa.