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If you have missed last Ramadan’s Impiana Hotel Ipoh’s popular kawah-style dishes, the good news is that the hotel is bringing them back this Ramadan, as part of an even more extensive menu.
The breaking of fast during the month of Ramadan is like a reunion of sorts, and it is more meaningful and enjoyable to do it with close friends and family.
This coming Ramadan, which begins tomorrow, Impiana Hotel Ipoh is running a buka puasa promotion whereby group bookings of minimum 20 pax will enjoy a special discounted price of RM50 per pax, instead of RM68 nett per adult.
Headed by Executive Chef Kenny Lim this year, Impiana Hotel Ipoh’s coffee house will be offering six menus served on rotation basis throughout bulan Ramadan. The hotel’s team of chefs will not only serve mouth-watering traditional Malay cuisine, but a good buffet spread that will include Asian, Middle Eastern and Western cuisines.
Each menu comprises Western and Malay appetizers, soups, main courses, action counters, barbeque station, ikan bakar stall, gulai kawah section, assorted local fruits, cold and hot desserts, pastries and kuih-muih and beverages. Diners will certainly be spoilt for choice.
Authentic Malay dishes to look forward to are ulam-ulaman, kerabu, jeruk kampung and acar buah. Also expect local food cooked kawah-style (big wok-style) like bubur lambuk, rendang tok, ikan patin masak tempoyak and oxtail soup.
Signature dishes will be ayam percik, Singapore-style chili crab, sayur lodeh, gulai nangka ikan masin, and not forgetting cucur udang that the hotel is so well-known for.
Grilled items served by the garden terrace include chicken drumstick, skewer cocktail sausages and minute steak. There will even be a carving station that serves whole roasted lamb.
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