Buka Puasa RM48.00nett Ramadan Buffet at Intai Intai Restaurant Ampang

Nuansa Tradisi Ramadan 2010
Nuansa Tradisi Ramadan 2010 by Intai Intai @ RM48.00nett

I knew I am going to have a jolly great time dining here just upon arrival.There was this row of wooden dining terrace constructed along the pond flushed within the beautiful thick green forrest backdrop that caught my eyes. It was liked the love at the first sight.

Having the table set beside the pond can be truly romantic while at the long dining table it can be assured like having a humble feast here at Intai Intai Restaurant. Intai Intai meant peaking specialised in authentic mouth watering Thai cuisine and also a range of lovely Malay cuisine. The place was amazingly beautiful, serene and optimally relaxing definitely part of a hidden secret garden within the city. I am amazed with this discovery

Restaurant Intai-Intai


Crunchy Pamelo Salad
Crunchy Pamelo Salad

The “Nuansa Tradisi Ramadan 2010″ is their current Ramadan feast buffet promotion at RM48.00nett per pax and I was there to have a glimpse and taste.

For a start, I had a go with the Crunchy Pamelo Salad to go along with the deep fried stuffed crab. The pomelo was refreshing sweet in taste complimented the deep fried stuffed crab very pleasantly. The stuffing was very well seasoned and was bursting with taste when eaten with the homemade chilli sauce.

Deep fried stuffed crab
Deep fried Stuffed Crab

Poh Tek
Poh Tek

Bowl of white tom yam seafood soup or Poh Tek was playing with my sense of smell and it was pungently sweet juicy aroma. It was a clear freshly prepared soup filled with loads assortment of seafood. It was good. Next to it was an interesting grill dish, a thickly sliced grilled aubergine tossed over with cooked unshelled prawns. It was a delighted salad and definitely a winner with any white rice.

Kerabu Terung Bakar bersama isi Udang
Grilled Aubergine(Eggplant) with Prawns

Grilled Beef Salad
Grilled Beef Salad

Same went with the grilled beef salad, caramelised crisp on the outer and yet tender inside. It was a perfectly orchestrated dish and was really good. The taste worked very well with me.

Beef Green Curry
Beef Green Curry

Bursting with heavy flavour was the thick green curry cooked with lean beef cuts. It was amazing how the gravy was improvised as it was thick, tasty, mild hot and flavourful.

Here at Intai Intai the siakap Miang Kam was deep fried drizzled with finely cut lemongrass and light lime sweetened sauce. The siakap was not bad at all, it was crisply done and the sauce infused well with the siakap.

Siakap Miang Kam
Siakap Miang Kam

Panaing Kai
Panaing Kai

Whole chicken tights were used to prepare the Panaing Kai a red curry dish and thick coconut milk was laced over to enhance it flavours. Another old time favourite that never failed to thrill me was the pandan chicken. It was well marinated chicken piece incorporated with bursting sweet refreshing aroma of screwpine leaves.

Pandan Chicken
Pandan Chicken

Thai Stuff Sqiud
Thai Stuff Squid

Another worth mentioned dish was the stuffed squid with minced chicken and sweet basil cooked in Thai style caught my attention and the presentation was gorgeous. The squid was crunchy and fresh meanwhile the gravy was excellent in taste.

Prawn with Sallted Egg
Prawns with Sallted Egg Yolk

The prawn dish came perfectly coated with golden crisp floss and salted egg yolk. It was delicious and was one of my favourite dishes. The way the chef played with his ingredients here at Intai Intai had truly won my heart completely. Infusing freshwater prawns with yellow curry may sound normal but having it drowned with green pineapple, it was dynamite. It was astonishingly good and it was tasty.

Freshwater Prawn in Yellow Curry with Green Pineapple
Freshwater Prawn in Yellow Curry with Green Pineapple

Freshwater Prawn in Yellow Curry with Green Pineapple
Udang Galah Masak Lemak Bersama Nenas Muda
(Gaeng Goong Sapparod)

Yellow Curry Paste
15nos Bird Eye Chillies
5nos Red Chillies
8nos Shallots
3cloves Garlic
½ inch length Galangal
½ inch length Fresh Turmeric
2stalks Lemongrass
20gm Shrimp Paste (lightly toast)
1nos Kaffir Lime (use the skin)

1. Blend all ingredients into yellow curry paste

500 gm Udang Galah / Freshwater or Tiger Prawn
1no medium Green Pineapple (peeled and half slice)
2tbsp Vegetable Oil
3tbsp Yellow Curry Paste
2cups Fresh Coconut Milk (cream can be used to replace coconut milk but you will not get the coconut aroma in your curry)
1cup Water
2tbsp Fish Sauce
2tsp Palm Sugar
A pinch of salt, seasoning

1. Clean Freshwater Prawns and cut the backside of the prawn – remove the black stripe
2. Using a sauce pan or a deep frying pan, heat up the vegetable oil until hot and add the yellow curry paste to the oil.
3. Use a medium heat and take care not to burn the curry paste. Should the paste become lumpy and become difficult to spread and stir fry, add a little coconut milk.
4. Cook the paste for 5 minutes over a low to medium heat.
5. Add coconut milk and blend well. Add some water. Bring the curry back to a boil.
6. Once the curry is boiling, add the Freshwater Prawn and season the curry with fish sauce, salt and palm sugar.
7. When the Freshwater Prawns are almost cooked, add the pineapple and mix well. Cook for about 5 minutes on a medium heat.
8. The curry should be fairly thick.
9. Spoon this curry into a bowl and serve with hot streamed rice.

4 Heavenly King
Four Heavenly King

A simple gorgeous Chinese vegetable stir fried was the four heavenly king and was beautifully presented. Surprisingly the chef did a great job and so was the seafood fried rice, it was full of “Wok Hei”, truly fragantly fried.

Seafood Fried Rice
Seafood Fried Rice


  • August 18, 2010 - 2:17 am | Permalink

    What festive food! That pomela salad looks so fresh and delicious.



  • August 18, 2010 - 5:49 am | Permalink

    I am drooling now,yum yum
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  • August 18, 2010 - 7:04 am | Permalink

    The food spread looks mouth-watering and the price tag is definitely more reasonable. :)
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  • August 18, 2010 - 8:58 am | Permalink

    great pics! I really enjoy the food here, especially the Crunchy Pamelo Salad & the prawn in yellow curry~
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  • August 18, 2010 - 10:56 am | Permalink

    I saw Mimi blogging about it. Tried to go last weekend but forgot to bring the address pulak. *Sigh* Am getting “lou mong tung” already. Hope will managed to go wallop there before the offer is over la 😀
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  • August 18, 2010 - 11:39 am | Permalink

    Wow, the seafood there looks crazy good! Did you save me a doggie bag? 😉
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  • August 18, 2010 - 2:03 pm | Permalink

    I love the environment there albeit there are mosquitoes =.=
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  • August 18, 2010 - 5:27 pm | Permalink

    thank you for sharing this to us^^ I see there are a lot of nice food in this buffet.. All the pictures are very nice.. Really would like to have buffet at there too.. By the way, the Sticky Mango Rice looking tasty as well, like this very much..
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  • August 18, 2010 - 6:08 pm | Permalink

    wah…delicious food….like the spread variety of food here
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  • August 18, 2010 - 10:48 pm | Permalink

    oh, only RM48++ for the buffet?? looks very worth it, the food looks very nice leh..
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  • August 18, 2010 - 10:49 pm | Permalink

    but then don’t look like buffet also, because the dishes are served on your table..
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  • August 18, 2010 - 10:50 pm | Permalink

    so many food that i find delicious.. the pomelo salad, the panaing kai, the aubergine with prawns, stuffed squid, and all the desserts!!
    .-= [SK]´s last blog ..16082010 ???? =-.

  • August 19, 2010 - 10:45 am | Permalink

    I like the no fishing sign. Are there fish in the pond? Delicious looking food.

  • August 19, 2010 - 12:32 pm | Permalink

    I want the deep fried stuffed crab please! And the panaing kai looks heavenly as well!
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  • August 19, 2010 - 6:17 pm | Permalink

    The food looks really good for a buffet. Where’s this place again? I can’t seem to figure out its location.
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  • August 19, 2010 - 7:28 pm | Permalink

    What a mouthwatering array of food! I’ve already had dinner and I’m already hungry again! 😛
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  • ARe-BeaR
    September 3, 2010 - 3:15 pm | Permalink

    Pergi berbuka puasa di Intai2 smlm (2-Sep-2010) bersama-sama bdk2 office.. so adalah dlm 6 meja kitorang book…
    Lastly upset sbb mcm tak berbaloi jerk dgn harganya RM48/pax… Makanan habis tak di refill… Kambing panggang lambat start masak so by the time org berbuka puasa, org still beratur menunggu kambing masak.. then separuh jerk… then kesian plak tgk pekejra yg in charge kambing tuh… dia sorg jerk… dia la tukan gpotong, dia lah tukang bg ke pelanggan, dia lah juga g ambik arang… hahahaha… letak la sekor trus masak.. tak kan la nak untung lebih kot…

    MMG TAK BERBALOI LA…. GAMBAR LAWA LA tp at real place makanan yg habis tidak di refill semula… kelakar la… Tempat menarik tp sayang dgn management yg maybe nak untung sgt…

    • bigboysoven
      September 3, 2010 - 6:28 pm | Permalink

      Thank you for the feed back, will the owner know about it.

  • October 9, 2010 - 4:53 pm | Permalink

    Excellent choice of dishes! Pandan Chicken and Seafood Fried Rice look really delicious. Yummy!

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