Kampung style dishes, authentic specialities from various states will surely tempt one’s tastebuds. So, head to Saloma for some great food from 18 June – 16 July 2015.
Cosy surroundings at the colonial ‘home’ edifice seems the ideal place for diners to have family get-together and breaking their fast with great offerings. This year’s buffet concept highlights specialities served in buffet style with attractive hawker-style a la minute offerings.
Starters include rojak buah, pecal Jawa, acar nenas, various types of kerabu and bubur lambuk ayam. Amongst the delicious mains are udang masak lemak cili api, ketam masak lemak nenas, ikan keli berlada, ikan patin masak tempoyak, daging rendang minang, ayam golek Terengganu, asam pedas ikan pari, ikan kari utara, and sotong goreng dengan telur masin.
The restaurant also serves up the most sought after vegetable dishes for breaking fast: keladi asam rebus, sayur nangka ikan masin, pucuk ubi ikan bilis and sambal terung. Famous laksa from Johor, Penang and flavourful laksa Sarawak will also be highlighted.
Festively lit stalls at the lounge area serve as stations that whip up samosa and keropok lekor, various kind of soup, roti John (a Malay omelette sandwich), tosai, yong tau foo, chicken shawarma, roasted whole of lamb. Also added into the buffet menu each night will be the specialities like beriyani, stewed lamb shank, baked fish with cheese, lamb vindaloo and others.
If diners wish to have private venues for buka puasa, the restaurant is able to meet their needs. Two private areas like the Theatre and Bistro can accommodate up to 350 and 100 persons respectively. The outdoor area, on the other hand, has a seating capacity for 210 persons. Saloma is located within the vicinity of Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTiC) with ample parking space and surau.
Buffet Citarasa Malaysia
Time : 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Price : RM100.00 nett per person (dinner with cultural show)
RM85.00 nett per person (dinner only)
For reservations, please call 21610122 / 017 2981375 (Fiza).