1. Rajawali Coffee House @ Awana Hotel, Resorts World Genting

1. Rajawali Coffee House @ Awana Hotel, Resorts World Genting

As our Muslim friends make different plans to buka puasa throughout this month of Ramadan, have you ever thought of taking your Iftar a notch higher? Yes, you can do so in the literal sense when you break fast at Awana Hotel ‘s Rajawali Coffee House in Genting Highlands, 3000 feet above sea level!

 2. live band every Friday to Sunday evening

2. live band every Friday to Sunday evening

3. Nasi Kukus Bamboo

3. Nasi Kukus Bamboo

Iftar at Rajawali Coffee House, named after a bird species, brings back memories of breaking fast with grandparents at their ‘kampung’ house. It is especially nostalgic for those who cannot ‘balik kampung’ during Ramadan for whatever reason.

4. some of the noodle condiments

4. some of the noodle condiments

5. Keli Masak Sambal

5. Keli Masak Sambal

With the kampung-styled concept themed ‘Jom Menjamu Selera’ as depicted in its food presentation and ambience, overlooking lush tropical mountains, breaking fast with loved ones at the Halal-certified Rajawali Coffee House is exceptionally memorable.

6. Sambal Tempeh Ubi Kentang

6. Sambal Tempeh Ubi Kentang

7. Gulai Terung

7. Gulai Terung

There are three sets of menus served on daily rotation basis, each with an array of more than 100 not-to-be-missed traditional Malay dishes from ten Malaysian states (except Sabah and Sarawak).

8. Fried Lala with Dried Chilli

8. Fried Lala with Dried Chilli

 9. Daging Salai Masak Lemak

9. Daging Salai Masak Lemak

Signature items on the menu include Nasi Kukus Bamboo, Soup Anika, Rendang Tok and Kambing Golek (whole lamb). Also, look out for seven live action stalls, from noodles to goreng-goreng items, including Seafood Goreng-Goreng as well as BBQ station.

10. fresh seafood

10. fresh seafood

11. Sotong Kangkung

11. Sotong Kangkung

Don’t forget to check out the varieties of homemade traditional Malay kuih-muih, more than enough to appease any sweet tooth! How do these delicacies sound to you? Kueh Lapis, Kueh Bingka Ubi Kayu, Kuih Talam, Lepat Pisang, Badak Berendam, Kueh Sago Merah – these are just a handful from the rainbow selection of kueh comprising various colours, textures, tastes and ingredients.

12. DIY Pasembur

12. DIY Pasembur

13. Kambing Golek

13. Kambing Golek

On Friday to Sunday evenings, as you dine, you will be entertained by a live band. You’d definitely want to sit back and relax over a scrumptious meal, just to spend more time at the coffee house.

 14. traditional Malay kuih-muih

14. traditional Malay kuih-muih

15. fruits platter

15. fruits platter

Jom Menjamu Selera is available from now until 13th June, 2018. Price is RM110 (adult) and RM55 (child below 12 years old and senior citizen above 60 years old).

16. teh tarik served in a traditional method of plastic bag tied one side

16. teh tarik served in a traditional method of plastic bag tied one side

17. Sous Chef Ahmad Rosnie Mohd. Nor presents an array of traditional Malay kuih-muih

17. Sous Chef Ahmad Rosnie Mohd. Nor presents an array of traditional Malay kuih-muih

For reservations, email: awana.rajawali@rwgenting.com or call +601-6436 9000 / +6019 388 0390.

18. L-R: Sous Chef Ahmad Rosnie Mohd. Nor, General Manager Awana Hotel & Golf Course Isaaz Ishak Yunus along with Food & Beverage Manager Lawrence Paul

18. L-R: Sous Chef Ahmad Rosnie Mohd. Nor, General Manager Awana Hotel & Golf Course Isaaz Ishak Yunus along with Food & Beverage Manager Lawrence Paul

19. Rajawali Coffee House

19. Rajawali Coffee House

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