A Journey of Malaysian East Coast Flavours with Chef Zamzani This Ramadhan at Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur

Chef Zamzani and InterContinental Kuala Lumpur Chefs

“SELERA PANTAI TIMUR BERSAMA CHEF ZAMZANI.”

When it comes to Malay cuisine, there is no denial that Malaysia’s East Coast serves one of the best. This June, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur teams up with a Malaysian Celebrity Chef that needs no introduction, Zamzani Abdul Wahab fondly known as Chef Zam to bring local cuisine experience to the next level.


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Chef Zam has specially crafted a rotational menu to ensure excellent variety and great tastes. The tantalising selection starts with warm and hearty soups like Malay ox tail or sup tulang, then to refreshing appetisers featuring pulut cawan gaul kelapa dan ikan masin, akok berlauk, rojak betik, kerabu taugeh and jantung pisang.

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The traditional Terengganu bubur lambuk will be the crowd’s favourite as they reminisce the home cooked food and endless of delightful dishes such as gulai udang, kerutuk daging, singang sotong hitam, gulai telur itik, ayam percik and ketupat sotong. The feasting journey moves on to a different beat with ‘celup-celup’ live station with skewers of fresh chicken, fish, squid, prawns, crab, for dipping in piping hot soup served with condiments.

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“I like to infuse santan (fresh coconut milk), halia (ginger) and spices such as halba (fenugreek) into my recipes to enhance the dish and bring out the flavours that will recollect the memories of good old times,” Chef Zam comments. His recommendations for the promotion include some of his family heritage recipes that are also famous dishes synonymous to East Coast such as nasi dagang Terengganu with gulai ikan tongkol, nasi kuning with gulai ayam, laksa and mee rebus Terengganu. Cooked to perfection with freshest of ingredients, the aromatic dishes will entice guests to a second helping.

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Discover the sweeter essence of the East coast in the dessert section featuring traditional medley of bengkang telur manis, serikaya telur, penganan labu, hati kesuma, terembas, puteri mandi, cik abas demam, and wajid durian. The buffet spread also pleases all appetites with international selection such as seafood on ice, freshly flown in sushi and sashimi, roast carvings and pasta live station.

“If authenticity is what the guests are looking for, then Serena Brasserie is the place to be,” said Chef Zam as he takes pride in offering authentic flavours in his cooking. The ‘Selera Pantai Timur bersama Chef Zamzani’ is available from 8 to 17 June 2015 where guests will have the chance to savour all of East Coast’s favourites in the relaxing ambiance of Serena Brasserie during the buffet dinner available from 6:30pm to 10:30pm priced at RM128nett per adult and RM64nett per child.

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SERENA BRASSERIE BERBUKA PUASA BUFFET
‘The journey of Malaysian East Coast Flavours’ will continue to be featured during Serena Brasserie’s Berbuka Puasa buffet from 18 June to 15 July 2015. Dinner buffet is priced at RM139nett per adult on the first and fourth week of the month of Ramadan, and RM152nett per adult on the second and third week of Ramadan. Spacious prayer room located at Level 5 is available for the convenience of Muslim guests with separate male and female prayer rooms.

Offering guests a relaxing and spacious dining ambience, Serena Brasserie presents a leisurely breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring a lavish buffet spread of international choices, Japanese specialties and all-time local favourites throughout the week, set against the backdrop of a panoramic view of the lobby’s waterfall and lush garden landscape beyond its floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

For more dining reservations or for more information on Serena Brasserie, call +603 2782 6000 / +603 2782 6228 or email foodandbeverage@intercontinental-kl.com.my or visit us at www.intercontinental-kl.com.my. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @intercontinental.kualalumpur and Twitter @ interconkl.

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