Experience a gastronomic journey from 18 June until 16 July 2015 at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Melting Pot Café by tucking into a myriad of mouth-watering delicacies from the historic state of Melaka.

It takes the perfect combination of herbs, spices and various cooking styles to prepare authentic Malay dishes. Enticing Nyonya inspired dishes make up the special buffet spread. When it comes to Melaka food, what comes to mind? Delicious asam pedas, ikan bakar, ayam pong teh, cendol and cincaluk of course! Well, we invite diners to enjoy only the best from this state.

For buffet dinner, diners get to break their fast with assortment of dates, dried figs and dried apricots, not forgetting bubur lambuk, the customary porridge served specially in Ramadan. Enjoy a bit of everything and then be ready for the mains such as the signature chicken and fish cooked in asam pedas, daging tetel, ikan merah, ikan pari, ekor lembu and lamb chop, among others. Ayam masak lada, limpa lembu masak hitam manis, udang sambal petai, kari kepala ikan, nasi Portugis daging, udang harimau masam manis and lamb shank masak kuzi are among some of the must-try dishes.

Mouthwatering Melaka-inspired dishes served during the month of Ramadan at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur's Melting Pot Cafe

Mouthwatering Melaka-inspired dishes served during the month of Ramadan at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Melting Pot Cafe

From the Nyonya section, Chef Rogayah Sharif and Chef Mohd Ridzuan have prepared Nyonya style rendang ayam, cincaluk omelette, Nyonya chap chai, ikan siakap cili garam and bendi sambal cili. Regular diners will still get to enjoy signature dishes like piping hot gearbox soup, teppanyaki and whole roasted lamb.

An array of modern and traditional Malay/Nyonya kuih add colour to the buffet spread. There are servings of onde-onde, putu piring, seri muka, putu bambu, talam gula Melaka, kuih kaswi, tapai ubi, tapai pulut, serawa durian with pulut, vanilla madeleines, chocolate chip cake and baked cheese cake. Guests can also enjoy a la minute cendol, apam balik, ice-cream with assorted condiments. There will be three buffet dinner menus which rotates daily, available at RM138.00 nett per person. A 15% discount is offered between 18 and 21 June 2015, as well as during the last 5 days of Ramadan, which are from 12 until 16 July 2015.

For sahur (a pre-dawn meal consumed by Muslims before they begin fasting), Melting Pot’s buffet supper/steamboat has always been on top of diners’ minds. The buffet begins from 11.00 pm till 4.00 am offer local favourites like mee mamak, nasi lemak with side offerings like ayam rendang, sambal sotong, tasty sandwiches and more. Buffet supper/steamboat served daily at RM70.00 nett per person.

For reservations, call Melting Pot directly at +6 03 2717 2233 (direct line). Any enquiries for private events, please email to fbkl@concorde.net

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