Don’t fret if you can’t have your hotel buffet spreads for fast-breaking, as this year some hotels in the Klang Valley are bringing the goodies to you. Not missing out on the action is Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur!

It seems like only yesterday that Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur was preparing an extravagant menu to welcome the sacred month of fasting for Muslims worldwide. With the unprecedented Movement Control Order in the Malaysia, their resident chef, Chef Hasbullah and his kitchen team are rolling up their sleeves to bring a little comfort to homes who are yearning for traditional Malay cuisine.

“It has been an unfortunate year for all of us and to add to the misery the tradition of breaking fast in big groups with family and friends are restricted. Hence we wanted to offer a menu that is familiar, reminding them of home, especially for those who are not able to travel back to their hometown this year”, said General Manager, Sharmini Moganasundram.

“Every year, we strive to contribute to a CSR (corporate social responsibility) project but this year, for obvious reasons, we are pulling our resources to help as much as we can for the current pandemic. I’m proud to mention that our Chefs contributed food to our medical front liners at Hospital Kuala Lumpur, in support of their dedication. We have also joined forces with MODA Malaysia (Malaysian Official Designer’s Association) to provide manpower from our pool of seamstresses to sew PPEs (personal protective equipment) for the medical front liners”, continued Sharmini Moganasundram .

Chef Hasbullah who is renowned for his Malay cuisine, has created a special menu featuring some of his personal favourites such as Nasi Tomato with Ayam Masak Merah; Nasi Kerabu; Soto Ayam and more. Diners can choose from a selection of set meals, complete with dates. That’s not all, diners can also choose their a la carte menu featuring local favourites, Western and Japanese cuisine. Chef’s signature include Salmon Teriyaki and Cantonese ‘Ying& Yong’ Noodles among others. For weight watchers, there’s a selection of healthy salads, gluten-free and vegan items. For desserts, enjoy homemade waffles, Chinese pancake with lotus paste or Bubur Pulut Hitam. Complement your meals from their list beverages.

The scrumptious Buka Puasa menu is available for delivery from 5 to 23 May 2020 and the a la carte menu will be made available from 5 May 2020 onwards. Orders can be made via Storehub or What’s more, diners will enjoy a 10% store cashback for their next order. Applicable for any food item ordered from Hotel Maya KL. Free delivery is available for a minimum spend of RM60 within 5KM radius and minimum spend of RM80 within 10KM radius. All prices exclude the prevailing taxes.

The spread truly is delicious and very reasonably priced. So if you are in the mood for delicious traditional Malay cuisine, do give it a try!

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