Guests can begin the breaking fast experience by indulging in the Sup Gearbox, a bowl of nourishing, tummy warming soup richly infused with the flavours of beef marrow. Comfort soup that you will want to ladle on second bowl.
Ikan Patin Bakar Tempoyak comes next, a dish that lends most of its flavours to tempoyak, the fermented durian paste. While many may be afraid with the pungent flavour of tempoyak, cooking it together with bird’s eye chilli, lemongrass, ginger and shallot manage to tone down the strong flavour, leading to a tangy, spicy, sweet, mellow, milky combination that pairs perfectly with grilled catfish. A brilliant appetite opener that worth paying attention on.
Other than Ikan Patin Bakar Tempoyak and Sup Gearbox, check out also Udang Goreng Daun Kari, Mee Rebus Tulang Kambing and Lamb Shank Biryani which is new on the buffet line. Udang Goreng Daun Kari is note worthy, with huge, fresh, plump tiger prawns cooked with fragrant curry leaves. Succulent p rawn, spicy sensation and great sauce to go with rice.
Where new dishes are the highlights for this Ramadhan, the classic all time favourites are not forgotten too. Bubur Lambuk, Ikan Terubuk Panggang, Rendang Daging, Ayam Percik and Nasi Bokhari Ayam are all in the list too.
In fact, menus are rotated everyday. Diners get to select different variety of appetisers, main course and mouth-watering desserts. With so many choices, one day at Paya Serai Ramadhan buffet is just not enough.
Nasi Bokhari is definitely the must try. Seasoned with spices, the Basmati rice was so flavorful, creamy and moist with chunks of tender chicken, raisin, and nuts. So good that you can eat on its own, no gravy or side dishes needed.
Also, don’t forget to spice up the taste bud with their famous beef rendang, a classic Indo dish with beef portions slow cooked in spices and coconut milk, simmered till tender.
For reservations, head over to Ramadhan reservation counter at Hilton PJ lobby or call 03-79559122 (Ext: 4567/4261/4096).