Is there anything better than building up a monstrous appetite before sitting down at a buffet stocked with delicious goodies?
Going to a buffet is often an occasion to spoil yourself silly and with the long Merdeka and Hari Raya Haji weekend taking place next week, it's the perfect time to treat yourself to an epic feast.
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We have just the 5 places for you to celebrate your national pride with a smorgasboard of good eats:
Lemon Garden, Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur
Famous for their fresh quality seafood offerings alongside a generous mix of Asian and Western foods, Lemon Garden at Shangri-La KL is a popular choice for many buffet goers. Oysters, pizza, dim sum, noodles, you name it. Learn more about them here.
Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
From sashimi to tandoori chicken, Mosaic at Mandarin Oriental is another popular all-day buffet dining choice in downtown KL. A great choice if you plan to lounge around KLCC after a big meal to do some shopping or head to the park for a stroll. Find more here.
Vasco's, Hilton Kuala Lumpur
If you're not in the mood to travel to the city centre during the weekend, Hilton KL Vasco's buffet dining experience offers a wide range of tasty treats for the whole family. The restaurant does special themed buffets from time to time that rarely disappoints. Find out what's cooking here.
Latest Recipe, Le Meredien Putrajaya
Skip the city altogether and choose to head out to Putrajaya for a more peaceful weekend banquet. At Latest Recipe, the kitchen team takes a modern twist on classic Malaysian dishes bringing Japanese and Western foods into the mix. Checkout their latest buffet offers here.
Kampachi, Plaza 33
Where the other choices on the list offers a variety of cuisines, Kampachi focuses on quality Japanese fare. A no brainer for fans of Japanese buffets and fresh seafood, prepare to bring your sashimi game when you pay Kampachi a visit. More information can be found here.
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