Take a look at the festive feast awaiting you at Coffee House, Sunway Putra Hotel this jolly season!
The Westin Kuala Lumpur’s Christmas at The Living Room will feature local and international delights with a festive twist.
The DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda Kitchen offers diners with an all-you-can-eat steamboat feast.
Take a look at some of the Ramadan 2018 spreads we’ve been to, then take your pick! From east coast specialties like Laksam all the way to classic must-haves like Rendang Tok, prepare to indulge in plenty of Malaysian flavours.
As one of the city’s premier hotels, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the…
Kwee Zeen (a name that’ll be familiar to guests of Sofitel Singapore and Bali) is a stylish space with chic and colourful Frenchman-in-KL visual flourishes.
If seafood floats your boat, cross this promotion off your bucket list
The holy month of Ramadan is an auspicious month for the Muslims. It’s a time…
Instead of slaving over a hot stove, you can leave the cooking to the professionals this Christmas and enjoy a relaxed, satisfying meal at one of these hotels.
If Japanese buffets are your guilty pleasure, InterContinental KL’s Tatsu hopes to help you indulge to your heart’s content
The restaurant remains as exuberant as ever, with the festive liveliness particularly pronounced for its Sunday buffet lunches, when families and friends come together and linger for hours of merriment.
This all-day buffet is still going strong even after a decade
This place promises an all-you-can-eat array of Japanese dishes
The Gastro Project has recently introduced two intriguing promotions: An Afternoon Tea menu that features creative sliders constructed with mantou buns & fun fillings, as well as Posh Nosh three-course dinnertime sets that change every fortnight.
Checking out Kazumi’s Saturday Japanese dinner buffet, which costs a reasonable RM89.40 nett for adults and RM44.70 for kids, as of early 2015.