Sunday, 6 July 2014

Bijan Bar & Restaurant Fine Malay Cuisine Ramadhan Buffet Spreads

Located just a stone's throw away from one of Kuala Lumpur's most happening site Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bijan Bar & Restaurant has been well known not only for its pleasing fine Malay cuisine but also the restaurant’s warm and elegant setting. b^^d

This month (3-23 July 2014) the renowned restaurant which voted ‘Best Malay’ in TimeOut KL Food Awards for 5 consecutive years (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013) brings you a wonderful spread of wholesome Malay buffet lines. 

Bijan Bar & Restaurant @ 3 Jalan Ceylon, Bukit Bintang KL.
Bijan fine Malay Cuisine, ‘Best Malay’ in TimeOut KL Food Awards 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Modern & elegant surroundings with a traditional Malay touch. Love the great ambiance & spacious layout. 

Huge thanks to TableApp and Foodirector a few of us bloggers were invited for a dinner try-out where lovely traditional Ramadan Malay Buffet spreads were served. :)

Variable seafood selection which grill upon order. 
Colorful Malaysian's Kuih Muih (local kueh/cake made from rice/glutinous rice), attractive and mouth-watering ^^ 

 Collection of Malay appetisers/salad, nice accompaniment for the upcoming main course.

One thing I love about Malay cuisine is that the dishes are so tempting with the vivid colour & fragrant flavour, the Signature Ayam Mask Merah (Fried chicken simmered in a red sauce of chillies, tomatoes & spices) and Rusuk Kambing Masak Hitam (Lamb cutlet in a spiced black sauce) are something not to be missed here at Bijan ;)

Vivid colour & fragrant flavour main courses served together with quality white rice/fragrant rice. The dishes are slightly less spicy probably to suit the majority of western patrons visiting, however extra spices do available so help yourself if you urge for a heavier taste ;)  R on pic- Kupang Goreng Serai (Mussel Stir-fried with Spiced Lemongrass).
Ayam Mask Merah- Fried chicken simmered in a red sauce of chilies, tomatoes & spices.
Ayam Golek Panggang (Roasted Chicken).
The surprising delectable satay. The Beef satay is basically second to none, definitely one of the best beef satay that I ever had. It would've been perfect with a more flavourful peanut sauce ;) 
After an ample buffet, there's nothing better than a bowl of quintessential Malaysian dessert- ais kacang (Shaved ice dessert) to clear up the spices before having some other desserts ;)
If you're looking for some flavour enhancement, Bijan bar which serves wine & cocktails is always available ;) 

Finally just before we thought the night has nearly come to an end, Bijan Executive Chef Zulkifli blown us away with the restaurant signature desserts- the heavenly taste Durian Cheese Cake and Chocolate Durian Cake. Personally I'm more towards the durian hater side but these desserts made me ate more durian than I ever had in the past 10 years, yes that's how awesome it taste :P

Durian Cheese Cake. A prefect balance between premium grade D24 durian and mascarpone cheese, wonderful flavour. b^^d 
Chocolate Durian Cake. Layer of sweet creamy premium D24 and moist chocolate cake coated in velvety dark chocolate ganache. b^^d

Bijan Bar & Restaurant is currently offering a buka puasa buffet promotion which is another good reason for you to visit the restaurant, simply book your table via >TableApp< for a taste of fine Malay cuisine under great ambiance and impeccable services :)

Bijan Bar & Restaurant Berbuka Puasa and Ramadan Buffet (3-23 July 2014).

Bijan Bar & Restaurant
3 Jalan Ceylon, Bukit Bintang
50200 Kuala Lumpur.          
Phone: 03 2031 3575
Opening hours: Daily, 4.30pm-11pm

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