Eccucino’s theme for this Ramadhan Buffet is “Balik Kampung Fiesta” which features authentic and flavorful Malay cuisine from various Malay states. Malay cuisine uses lots of herbs and spices in its cooking and the chefs here at Eccucino take extra measure to ensure that the dishes are as satisfying as the home-cooked dishes from their states of origin.
From the barn or sea, choices of poultry and seafood offer the classic flavour with some of the flavours of local spices. There is the Deep Fried Sea Bass with Red Guava Salad (Ikan Siakap Goreng Acar Jambu) Braised Beef with Local Spice (Rendang Tok), Roasted Chicken with Honey and Sesame (Ayam Panggang Madu Berbijan), Oxtail cooked with Dried Cilli and Tamarind Gravy (Oxtail Assam Pedas), Kambing Vindaloo and Udang Masak Tempoyak Petai throughout the coming holy month.
Emphasizing on the food authenticity in their buffet preparation, the dining experience is what’s to be experienced with mum’s cooking back home where diners savour the ethnic dishes. That was according to their Executive Chef Donald Pezar and true enough, I love the Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak. This fermented durian cannot be any more suitable and empowering to represent Malay cooking, and along with the fresh plump slices of fish, was a delight and joy to consume.
This Balik Kampung Fiesta Ramadhan buffet is available from 18 June to 15 July 2015 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Priced at RM137.60 per Adult and child from 6-12 years old get 50% off (it’s RM68.80). Another good news to share is that child below 6 years old can eat for FREE with every paying Adult. All these prices are inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% GST.
While dining at Eccucino, you will also be entertained by a traditional “Ghazal” band from Seri Mewah. The band consists of an accordion, acoustic guitar and “Gendang” (Percussion) that will perform three sessions of music that varies from Ghazal, Asli and Modern Music. The band plays from 7.00pm to 10.00pm daily during this Ramadhan buffet month.