Serena Brasserie Berbuka Puasa ‘Balik Kampung’ is available at RM95.00++ per adult and RM47.50++ per child
A budding dining atmosphere with a huge relaxing and comfort feel, Serena Brasserie at Intercontinenatal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur is definitely the place to be especially this Ramadhan Buka Puasa weeks. With such a wide range of Malay creations and having not to dive in for a tasting can be very sinful.
Having to craft dishes of kampong favourites at Serena Brasserie, can truly give diners a memoriable buka puasa experience. By just looking at the “Kalio Udang Galah Minang Kabal” dish where fresh water prawns are put into play with a twist and taste of the Mingakabau style. The prawns were coated with a thick fresh turmeric coconut paste with chef’s sercet tantalising spices.
Turning to the “Asam Pedas Kepala Ikan bersama Bendi” for rescue can be great call. Tenderly cooked fish head over the hot and sourish tamarind sauce just stole the show on that night. Firm seasweet texture of the fish played an impotant role to enhance the robustness of the dish. It was so well and gently tucked in my system that filled with playfully lust.
Observing the Ayam Golek Perchik was rather a kind of wierd thing to do. Right . . . my imagination went wild. Having to vision a row of chickens firmly tucked on the long rolling shaft bathing on an open barbeque pit can be such a phenomena. Ths roasted chicken here was done with such a pungent sweet taste, laced with a touch flavour of herb and spices. Not bad at all!
Stop! Here I was enjoy lovely dishes then came a unique dish. Arnab Masak Rendang Kuning it was called. A monent of silent came into my mind. A rabbit dish. For a second I thought it was a joke played on me but it was truly a rabbit meat cooked with coconut paste. palm sugar and fresh turmeric over hours of slow heat. Forst time myself, I brave to a taste and it was really delicious. It was not gamey in taste at all and firm in texture. Truly enchanting.
Malay Cuisine Master Chef Mohd Jasmin is not a new faces in the cooking scene here in Kuala Lumpur. His expertise in Malay cuisine is highly sort after especially his Minangkabau cooking. I had been a follower of his creation since laste two years when I was assigned to do a coverage of his creative Malay cooking. he loves playing with local fresh spices and herbs which are a great combination in his cooking. Yes I agree that his cooking is a must try if you have not. If can book him for a special treat at Serena Brasserie.
For an unforgettable Ramadhan break fast experience, Serena Brasserie is your ideal venue. Share the spirit of fasting with friends and family, and break fast with 110 authentic and traditional ‘kampung’ dishes. The soothing ‘Bonang’ melodious tune will entertain you throughout the evening.
Priced at RM95.00 per adult and RM47.50 per child, the Berbuka Puasa ‘Balik Kampung’ is available at Serena Brasserie.
During 1-8 August and 25-30 August 2011, diners enjoy special price at RM80.00 per adult and RM40.00 per child. 20% discounts will be accorded to groups of 40 persons and above. It is only limited to first 20 groups that make reservation with a deposit.
For reservations, please call +60 3 2782 6228
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
165 Jalan AMpang.
50450, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603 2782 6188