IHI’s Ramadan buffet offers a wide spread of international and local cuisine so in addition to the above, I made my rounds at the “action stalls”. That’s where we get to see live cooking. I even shot a video of the chef in action at the grill. That’s where we get otak-otak, roasted lamb, baked crab, grilled seafood, ikan bakar, etc.
Impiana Hotel Ipoh continue with their tradition of having DIY stalls. There’s DIY laksa, DIY bubur lambuk (another specialty) and DIY ice kacang. Somehow, I always need to ask for assistance because I can never get the taste right!
Even with the many photos that I am sharing here, I still feel as if there are so many more that I could share. Indeed, there is such a varied spread of food to break fast to at Impiana Hotel Ipoh, one would need more than a meal here to try out everything!
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