Hotels have always been famous for their incredible selection of food served in their buffets, so we went around town searching for the best hotel buffets that you can find!
Chatz Brasserie is unique in that they have an open kitchen concept, so you can watch the chefs at work. Their signature dishes are their specialty pizzas that are cooked in wood-fired ovens.
They also serve an array of other cuisine such as Chinese, local, and even Japanese.
B’s, which is located in Putrajaya, offers all day buffet dining (breakfast, lunch, dinner), with a selection of Asian and Western delights. Their specialty is the “Chef’s Table”, where patrons can observe the culinary rituals of their chefs, as well as cooking secrets.
|Breakfast||RM40++||6:00am to 10:30am|
|Lunch||RM59++||12.00pm to 2.30pm|
|Dinner||RM65++||6.30pm to 10.30pm|
Lemon Garden Café offers buffet dining during lunch hours, and hosts and array of cuisines: modern Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, and Italian. They specialize in using only the freshest ingredients and spices.
Melting Pot Café @ Concorde serves Asian and Continental cuisine all day. In addition to the regular buffet-style dining, you can even order dishes from chefs at their various cooking stations.
Mosaic @ KLCC boasts a huge mix of local and international cuisine, complemented by interactive live cooking stations as well as a dessert bar. The restaurant itself is classily and elegantly decorated, with upscale lighting and wall furnishings. Some of the highlight dishes that you’ll find here are: pizza arabesque, mee mamak, and tandoori prawns.
|Lunch||RM88++ per person[daily]||12pm – 2.30pm|
|Dinner||RM108++ per person (Sunday – Thursday)
RM128++ per person (Friday – Saturday)
|6.30pm – 10.30pm|
Taman Sari Brasserie is located overlooking the hotel garden and swimming pool, making for a delightful view for patrons. They serve a variety of dishes, from international to local. They even have a cold seafood bar serving fresh oysters, mussels, and prawns.
The variety of dishes served here is pretty amazing, from pasta to local dishes to delicious desserts. The highlight of their buffet is definitely their unique and creative desserts—they have everything, from cakes to pudding to crepes and ice cream! The restaurant itself is huge and roomy—there are comfortable sofas inside, as well, hence its name “The Living Room”.
The Mill Cafe is somewhat different from most hotel buffets in that they serve great Mediterranean cuisine. From the ever-popular Caesar salad to a variety of cheeses and olives, their dishes are definitely a must-try for Mediterranean food lovers. In addition, they also serve lots of fresh seafood (scallops, abalone, prawns, oysters) as well as Chinese dim sum!
|Hi-Tea||12pm – 3pm (weekends)|
|Dinner||6.30pm – 10pm (daily)|
And there you have it! All the buffet restaurants that we’ve compiled in the past couple of weeks. Have any other ideas? Drop us a comment below!
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