4 Indulgent Dining Selections at InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

According to Mark Twain, “Part of the secret of success is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.”

Another favorite quote I cannot help believing would be “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.

And if you want to dine well, head on over to the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur…

Here are 4 places at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur where you can indulge your tastebuds as you fill your stomach with great noms..

Indulge in the Serena Malaysian Buffet where you can feast your senses on an abundance of diverse Malaysian culinary culture in a dinner like no other from 7PM till 10.30PM at InterContinental all-day-dining restaurant, Serena Brasserie and priced at RM168.00+

Serena Brasserie is located at the ground level of the five-star InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel

The Serena Malaysian Buffet offers
Mee Goreng, Nasi Kukus Jasmine,
Ayam Masak Merah, Udang Sambal Petai, Steamed Talapia with Chili Pickle and Kailan with Garlic to name a few selection at the main course island….


Those who love cold seafood can choose from the Blue swimmer crabs, NZ green lips mussels and yabbies or grab them all at the Seafood On Ice station….

At their Live stations, you can find a variety of fettucine, spaghetti and penne which the chef will cook right in front of your eyes with your chosen sauce… tomato sauce, Carbonara or aglio olio at Viva Pasta…

The show stopper would be the huge Ikan Merah Tiga Rasa Cili


And the Nasi Biryani Kambing


Then indulge in Braised pot Beef with Vegetables Ratatouille, Mussel Aglio Olio and Steamed Garden Vegetables…

At the Burn and Grill station, do not miss out on the Mackerel and Cencaru fish… They also serve up Otak-otak and Chicken / Beef satay with condiments…

If you fancy a nice warming Bowl Of Noodles, grab yourself some delicious Tomyam noodles served with chicken, sotong ball, fish cake and vegetables…

Save some rooms for desserts and New Zealand Kapiti ice-cream which are simply irresistible….

Note: Menu is subject to change on a daily basis and the above depicted the menu I had when I was busy indulging my tastebuds… Hehehe, so…

For inquiries or reservations, please call Serena Brasserie at 03 – 2782 6228 or e-mail foodandbeverage@intercontinental-kl.com.my.

Afternoon tea in OneSixFive Lounge is a must for the sweet tooth with beautifully curated sets and a ‘garden in the city’ setting.

The OneSixFive lounge is located at the lobby of the Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur. The ambiance is cozy and comfortable with the view of the mini waterfall with beautiful kois swimming around on the outside hidden garden…

OneSixFive is now offering their Hidden Gem Afternoon Tea for RM228+ for a couple or RM298+ for three pax…

In this beautiful box of curated treats, you can find both Savoury treats and Sweet treats as well as scones to make your afternoon just pure indulgent…

Among the Savoury treats the Hidden Gem Afternoon Tea has would be:- 
* Tuscany Chicken, Mushroom and Tomato risotto balls
* Blue Sea marinated seafood with sesame aioli tomato salsa blanket with tortilla
* Deconstructed Beef Wellington touch with Hollandaise
* Wild Smoked Salmon quiche with tobikko

For the Sweet Pastries, tuck into :
* Blueberry Cheese Cake
* Mango Yuzu Cream Puff
* Anis Cream Apple tart
* Hazelnut Lemon Cream with Raspberry jam sandwich
* Light Mascarpone, Balsamic Cream, balsamic vinegar infused with Tomato Strawberry topped crumble

These come served with Chocolate and Plain Scones with Chantilly Cream, selection of Jams & Marmalade…

Each set of the Hidden Treasures High Tea includes Two Coffee or Ronnefeldt Tea Blends of your choice (unless you order the for 3 pax, then it will be for 3)

The Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur Hidden Treasures Afternoon Tea is available daily from 2 to 5 pm at OneSiXFive lounge.

For those who are not aware, another breathtaking place to dine is Tao Restaurant at Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur…

Tao, is the Chinese restaurant located on level one of the hotel and is immediately recognizable with a Terracotta Warrior standing silent watch and the spectacular cloud-like inspired ceiling giving an impression of dining under the stars.In 2017, Tao was selected among top Malaysia’s Best Restaurants by Malaysia Tatler magazine.

Some might find the place dark, but personally, I find it a change from the normal light and airy impersonal Chinese Restaurants…

This is the place for an intimate lunch with your family and close friends or business associates… And the private rooms are all named after Chinese dynasties too!!! But what I enjoy even more is the really decadently good food made from the best ingredients there are…

On weekends, indulge in Tao’s Magnificent Brunch where you can enjoy an eat-all-you-can from both a small buffet as well as order from the menu including one special order from the Chef’s Special which includes Chef Kong’s authentic Chinese signature specialties of London Peking Duck Roll and more…

Personally I loved the Chicken Consomme with Fish Maw, Cabbage and Dried Scallop

There’s such a magnificent array of exquisite dim sum handcrafted by expert Chef Lo such as Tao Dumpling with Foie Gras Paste and Barbecued Chicken Bun with Black Garlic.

11:00am – 2:30pm on weekends only

Price: RM198nett per adult or RM128nett per child (6 – 12 years)

If you are looking for a nice private and comfortable place to dine or to impress your business associates, Tao is one of the place to visit. Overall, the food and environment here is sheer perfection…

Tatsu Japanese is an established Japanese restaurant just next to Tao Chinese Restaurant…

The ambiance emphasises on dark timber woods to complement the touch of sea cobalt blue and white colour palettes for an atmosphere that pleases senses and appetites. The restaurant also features a private Sake bar surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass windows that offer a breath-taking view of the beautifully landscaped garden and cascading waterfall.

The bar serves more than 20 types of Sake, Shochu and wine, while Tatsu’s Sushi Bar provides an abundance of the freshest seafood flown in twice a week from Japan.

I haven’t had a chance to try the food here so I will share about it the next time I do…

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