Buffet Ramadan 2022 – WARISAN KITA at Serena Brasserie, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

One of the places which ambience I enjoy a lot would be Serena Brasserie at InterContinental Kuala Lumpur….

And the chefs at InterContinental Kuala Lumpur are all ready to take you on a trip down memory lane with their nostalgic Warisan Kita spread there at Serena Brasserie, from 3 April – 1 May 2022….

Indulge yourself and your family or besties or business partners with great food recipes which has been inherited by the chefs passed down from generation to generation to make this time of year an unforgettable one. You’ll be sure to find a favourite amongst these edible memories.

“Pasta Goreng Kawah Cucu Bonda” is Malaysian fusion take of Mee Goreng, using Spaghetti or Fettuccine Noodles instead of yellow noodles, stir fried with chicken slices, fish cake and a secret home-made mee goreng paste prepared at “Warung Mee Pak Sapri”. A fond childhood dish prepared by Chef Sapri’s mother. A dish invented in the spur of the moment as she went through the available ingredients at home.

“Nasi Kukus Balqish” features Kari Kepak Barramundi and Rendang Ayam Tok Nek. The Rendang Ayam is a recipe taught to Chef Balqish by her Grandmother – a recipe which has been passed down through 3 generations .

Chef Balqish’s Nasi Kukus is best accompanied with Gulai Kawah Bonda, Patin Tempoyak Temerloh and Pucuk Ubi Lemak Kuning, available at Serena Brasserie, InterContinental KL “Hidangan Utama” section.

“Ikan Bakar Haji Aiman” is fresh off the boat, grilled catch of the day, served at the Al Fresco section of Serena Brasserie. Fresh Stingray, Mackerel and Stuffed Squid prepared to perfection.

 Fancy Spit Roasted, whole Lamb, succulent and tender? Their “Kambing Golek 7ujuh Keturunan” is a signature dish you wont forget. The marinade is another trade secret by Chef Nadzira. This same marinade has been shared over 7 generations, hence the name. The lamb is served with a choice of Percik Sauce or Rosemary Sauce with a variety of roasted vegetables & potatoes.

Located at the forefront of Serena, a symphony of seafood delights from all corners of the world . Their “Seafood on Ice” features US Oysters, Blue Swimmer Crab, New Zealand Green Lips Mussels, Vanamei Prawns and Slipper Lobsters.

InterContinental signature restaurants, Tao Chinese Cuisine & Tatsu Japanese Cuisine joins the fold with guest appearances. Executive Chef of Tao, Chef Kong, brings his delightful Sweet & Sour Crab and Butter Prawns, available at their “Hidangan Utama” spread. Tatsu rolls in with their famed Sushi Rolls with Assorted Maki & Nigiri Sushi available “From Tatsu’s Sushi Bar”.

A Malaysian Ramadan Bazaar staple brought into the glamour of InterContinental, “Daveed & Fikri’s Mini Roti John” brings their take on the humble sandwich. Their Mini Roti John is a recipe inspired by Chef Fikri’s brother. Chef Fikri sold Roti John with his brother at the local Ramadan Bazaar before joining Serena Brasserie.

Save room for dessert as “Ah Chan’s Apam Balek Lembut dan Gebu” proves to be truly gebu. Fluffy and soft, it ensures a sweet end to a gastronomically captivating night. Chef Chan’s Apam Balek is traditionally prepared with Kaya, Sugar, Sweet Corn & Ground Peanuts or have it with their home-made berry compote. His Apam Balek is best accompanied with Serena Brasserie’s selection of assorted NZ Kapiti’s Ice Cream.

IHG Rewards members, Gourmet Collection members and selected bank credit card members enjoy special discounts when dining in for Warisan Kita at Serena Brasserie, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur. All dining prices are exclusive of prevailing taxes.

 Warisan Kita is available from 3 April – 1 May 2022 and is priced at RM198+ for Adults and RM118+ Children (Age 6-12 years old)

Serena Brasserie is located at the Lobby Level of InterContinental Kuala Lumpur. Serves all day dining, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. The outlet operates from 6.30AM – 10.30PM, open daily.

For reservations, please email fnb.admin@ickualalumpur.com.my, Call +603 2782 6325 or WhatsApp +6016 202 4623.

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