Hi-Tea Buffet @ Dulang Coffee House, Hotel Excelsior Ipoh

1. Chinese Fried Rice
1. Chinese Fried Rice

Due to a tight work schedule, I can only arrange meet-ups during weekends. This weekend, I am in Ipoh, and delightlyfully arranged to meet up with friends. It was decided that the venue would be Dulang Coffee House at Hotel Excelsior Ipoh.

2. Singapore Fried Noodles
2. Singapore Fried Noodles
 3. Lamb Masala
3. Lamb Masala

Dulang Coffee House is an ‘old’ trademark in Ipoh’s hospitality circle. After all, Hotel Excelsior Ipoh is the first star-rated hotel in the city since the 1980s.

4. Chicken Rendang
4. Chicken Rendang
5. Fish Finger
5. Fish Finger

We were there yesterday afternoon for its Hi-Tea Buffet. So, here I am sharing some photos of the items in the buffet line.

6. Sausage with BBQ sauc
6. Sausage with BBQ sauce
7. Lemang
7. Lemang

You can see that it was a right choice that we made, given the menu that was available to us for Hi-Tea Buffet. The price is friendly and the ambience, just nice.

8. homemade fish balls
8. homemade fish balls
9. Nasi Impit
9. Nasi Impit

Although Hotel Excelsior is the big brother among all hotels in Ipoh, its standard is well maintained. The service staff is amiable and attentive as well. Thus, don’t write it off your list of must-eat in Ipoh.

10. lettuce from the salad bar
10. lettuce from the salad bar
11. Chicken Cream Soup
11. Chicken Cream Soup

If you wondered from these photos why the coffee house was empty yesterday, it was because I was there early, before the buffet line opened. Haha!

12. Sandwiches with Condiments
12. Sandwiches with Condiments
13. Pasembur with condiments
13. Pasembur with condiments

By the way, this Hi-Tea Buffet is only available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, from 12pm to 4pm.

14. marinated salads
14. marinated salads
15. Chocolate Moist Cake
15. Chocolate Moist Cake

I understand that some people like to maximise their buffet meal by arriving at the start and only leaving before closing time. Dulang Coffee House is indeed a nice place to relax and chat among family or friends over a delicious meal.

16. Mango Pudding
16. Mango Pudding
17. cakes
17. cakes

Do take note that there are tweaks to the menu every time. Therefore, even if you dine at Dulang Coffee House consecutively on Saturday and Sunday during one weekend, different items are served.

 18. pastries and tarts
18. pastries and tarts
 19. Chef Leong prepares my bowl of curry laksa
19. Chef Leong prepares my bowl of curry laksa

Price for Hi-Tea Buffet at Hotel Excelsior Ipoh’s Dulang Coffee House is RM29.90 nett per adult and RM26.90 nett per child / senior citizen. Walk in or call for reservation.

20. curry laksa
20. curry laksa
21. cold drinks counter
21. cold drinks counter

Besides this Hi-Tea Buffet, patrons can opt for the coffee house set lunch or set dinner. These set meals are also available on weekdays. Price is RM15 nett and comes with complimentary Soup, Salad and Dessert.

 22. fruit carvings by the Perak Chefs Association
22. fruit carvings by the Perak Chefs Association
 23. Dulang Coffee House @ Hotel Excelsior Ipoh
23. Dulang Coffee House @ Hotel Excelsior Ipoh

For more information about dining at Dulang Coffee House, contact information is provided below.

Dulang Coffee House @ Hotel Excelsior Ipoh
Add: 43, Jalan Sultan Abdul Jalil, 30300 Ipoh, Perak.
For reservations, call: 05-253 6666 (ext. 8550)

Facebook: Hotel Excelsior Ipoh
Web: www.hotelexcelsior.com.my

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With love

6 thoughts on “Hi-Tea Buffet @ Dulang Coffee House, Hotel Excelsior Ipoh

  1. Nampak semua makanan sedap-sedap. Tapi paling sedap mee goreng singapore tu kan hehehehhe. Antara feveret i 🙂 boleh rekomen kat famili atau kawan datang sini bila ke Ipoh.

  2. Kalau pergi buffet memang banyak pilihan makan. Semua makanan-makanan ni nampak sangat sedap. Especially lemang, rendang, chicken masala & all the dessert. Harga pon berpatutan

  3. I think maybe it is still in Syawal month, all I see is lemang and rendang. Hahaha. I know you and your friends did enjoy yourselves to the max there – I know I will. Hehe

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