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Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown celebrates the Holy Month with Bazar Selera

The live Lan Zhou La Mien station featuring fresh hand-pulled noodles is not to be missed at this year’s break fast buffet at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown.

Bazaar Selera at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

The live Lan Zhou La Mien station featuring fresh hand-pulled noodles is not to be missed at this year’s break fast buffet at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown.

As the sun sets and the evening echoes with the call of prayer, discover Bazar Selera, a culinary marketplace back to the ancient Silk Road and nostalgic Malay flavors. Presenting a medley of Central Asian specialties with local bazaar and kampung favorites, Quan’s Kitchen at the Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown promises a lavish buffet spread of delectable traditional and international delights, evoking a sense of familiarity from the Ramadhan bazaars in the country that are often popular during this season.

Inspired by the country’s melting pot of culture, Executive Chef Gerald Chong will take you on an epicurean journey back to the ancient trade route, which was once a major stopping point and important centre where intellectuals from all across the world gather to share ideas and exchange goods. The cross-cultural interactions and civilizations introduced a unique and complex fare using trade ingredients and cooking methods influenced by traders and conquerors in the early years.

This year’s highlights include the not-to-be missed live Lan Zhou La Mien station featuring fresh hand-pulled noodles served in a piping hot bowl of bone broth and thin slices of beef. Watch our skilled noodle master at work as he twirls, stretches and manipulates ribbons of noodles through his fingers before sending them flying into a boiling vat of water.

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Relish in the Cumin Slow-Roasted Whole Lamb, an iconic dish from Xinjiang, best paired with fluffy Uzbek Plov, a savory pilaf made with rice, carrots, meat and a multiplicity of spices. Munch on the traditional Persian Saffron Brittle, Soham eQom coming from the city of Qom in Iran; buttery, crunchy, utterly addictive, loaded with pistachio and almond bits and scented with saffron and rose water.

Aside from the Central Asian highlights, feast on a plethora of traditional Malaysian and local fare, with appetizing selection of starters from Kerabu and Ulam to a nourishing Sup Berempah Tulang Rawan and the always popular Seafood on Ice counter, piled high with fresh prawns, scallops, mussels and crabs. Mouthwatering mains include timeless dishes such as Ikan Patin Tempoyak, Sambal Udang Petai, Ayam Percik, Kari Kambing, Sup Tulang Rawan, Sayur Lodeh, Satay and many more.

For a complete dining experience, end the iftar on a sweet note with a repertoire of dessert options – from French pâtisserie to local delicacies such as traditional Ice Kacang, irresistibly crunchy and creamy Ais Kream Goreng and more. Pick from local flavors like Teh Tarik, Cendol, Coconut, Jackfruit or go with classic Vanilla and Chocolate. For a lighter dessert that will hit the spot, nibble on traditional Malay kuih and pair with Teh Tarik from our traditional Kopitiam counter.

Priced at RM158nett, Bazar Selera is available for dine-in at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown from 13 April to 12 May 2021, daily between 6.30pm – 10.30pm. Purchase early bird vouchers at a special price of RM118nett, from 5 March till 2 April 2021.

Embrace the spirit of the festive month in the comfort of your own home with our Bazar Selera ToGo Set for 2 at RM158nett, available for takeaway and delivery. A perfect gift for the elderly, friends, relatives and corporate colleagues, purchase our Raya Delights Hamper of Iftar nibbles and festive and enjoy free delivery within a 10km radius from the hotel.

For enquiries or reservations, WhatsApp 012-507-3327 or email dining@fourpoints.com.

Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown is conveniently located in the heart of Chinatown and a prayer room is available on-site. Two of Kuala Lumpur’s notable mosques are in close proximity – Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad is one stop away on the LRT line and Masjid Negara is 1.9km away.

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