Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu continues to lead the city’s quest for inspired dining with this year’s “Bazaar Ramadhan”-themed Iftar buffet. This is the 6th year since the hotel introduced the innovative Ramadhan buffet to delighted diners. Listing more than 300 items on its abundant spread, the “Bazaar Ramadhan” themed buffet draws inspiration from the much-loved Malaysian phenomena of stalls that mushroom collectively in every town, exclusively during the fasting month of Ramadhan. These stalls are frequented not only by fasting Muslims but also Malaysians of other races and religions for the sheer overwhelming variety of dishes, desserts and beverages choices available.

The hotel’s “Bazaar Ramadhan” theme dinner buffet effectively recreates both choices and ambience with its cacophony of stalls, variety of dishes and specialties, and background of marketplace sounds.

This year’s Iftar Ramadhan buffet highlights a new “Kawah” cuisine station and oversized satays, the many specialties of North Indian, Indonesian, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mongolian, Middle Eastern, Japanese and Western cuisines, complemented by Malay, Chinese, Nyonya and native Sabah “Tampatan” specialties.

Among the many buffet signatures are whole roast lamb, seafood barbecue, lok-lok, Bubur Lambuk and Bubur Nyonya stations. Diners can also indulge their sweet tooth with a fabulous spread of desserts from various Malay kueh, ais kacang, white and milk chocolate fountains, fresh fruits, ice creams + sweet condiments, cakes, jellies, puddings, a variety of dates, and local and western cookies.
The “Tampatan” corner, a firm favourite with the crowd, makes a renewed comeback with ‘live’ sago-making and specialties such as fish hinava, preserved bambangan, pickled tuhau, bambangan chicken, pinasakan fish and more.

Not to be missed are the buffet salad and beverage spreads with a vast array of local and international salads and appetizers, cold cuts, pickled condiments, as well as fruit juices, air sirap, air bandung, teh tarik, kopi tarik, and variety of soft drinks.
The buffet is priced at RM125++ per person and children (6 – 12 years old) at RM72.50++, and the hotel is selling Early Bird vouchers at RM109nett per person.

Shan Songappen, Executive Chef, comments, “Ramadhan is a wonderful example of how we Malaysians come together at every occasion, whilst respectful of each other’s religious beliefs and practices. At Le Méridien Kota Kinabalu we are pleased to showcase this harmony and camaraderie through the abundance of dishes and varied cuisines. On behalf of the management and associates of our hotel, I take this opportunity to wish all our Muslim guests ‘Selamat Berpuasa’”.
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