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One after another festive hitting alternate months and of course, another big festive season is coming up that many Malaysians looking forward for. Starting next week, it will be the starting week of Ramandan week whereby most of the Muslim will be fasting a month before Hari Raya a month later. Mosaic.

Of course years over years, many restaurants especially hoteliers have taken the opportunity to promote their best dishes to cater for all Muslim friends in Malaysia. Over the years and a newly refurbish restaurant that since opens its door to public had maintain its quality of food till date which is Mosaic that located at Ground Floor of Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

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With their new outlook, that provides comfort and contemporary ambience is one of the place that you would seriously consider to host many of your family, friends or company gathering here.

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Starting off with their cheeze counter with variety to choose from along with fresh bread at the side.

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One of it is their Chocolate & Macaroons counter as at, Mandarin Oriental is also pretty famous for their Macaroons.

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I have always admire on their buffet selection that is not too huge to walk around yet most of them are good, as with a few sections to be paying attention at.

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Follow by fresh Japanese section that most of us would love it, that is always filled with fresh Salmon, Tuna, Oyster, and a few others more. . .

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Make two steps behind you will reach a little island on the center which is filled with salad and dressing with a few ingredietns to add on along with some little introduction of Mediterranean cuisine like Huumus and a few more.

Not only that, in this little island also sits one of the most important cuisine for the rest of the month which is all our local dishes for Ramadan will be available here. Ranging from Ayam Masak Merah . . .

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For mains they have more than 50 traditional delights to go for such as Lemang, Ayam Kurma Seri Melayu, Sambal Udang PEtai, Udang Galah Lemak Cili Api, Ikan Bakar and many more. .

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Rojak – filled with mixture of vegetable and top with satay gravy. .

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Steam Ketupat to go along with Rendang. .

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Head a little further up,you will reach one of our spices counter which is Indian Cuisine. I love the food here as the spices of gravy is strong enough to make the umph and most of the thick enough to go along with rice or nan.

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When you are in Mosiac dining, this is one of my all time favourite place that I rarely miss or never miss before.

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Their BBQ/ Grilled section. You can choose any of the selection available for the day, then take other food at other counter and come back bout 5-10 minutes to collect your fresh ready cook dishes. The timing depends on how much order is being in queue. At times can take as long as half hour.

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Roast Lamb . .

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Love their Satay, well marinated. .

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After this counter, you will reach more Asian Chinese cuisine, with stir fried vegetable,

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So far I love their soup too. It really depends as it comes with soup of the day . .

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Last food counter of the round will fall into Italian.

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After you take one whole round, you will finally comes to the dessert section. Which will be a place must visit all our heavy meal.

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The variety of dessert here is good enough to kill me off with just a few items.

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And their in-house Gelato is also to hunt for .. I took all 5 flavours available for the night and Mango is one of my favourite.

If you are looking for a nice place to dine in KL during Ramadan Month, Mosiac is one of my recommendation place for you to Buka Puasa.

Price at RM 138++ per person.

Do make your reservation early to avoid any dissapointment.

Location:
Mosaic
Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

+60 (3) 2380 8888

I have never tried out authentic Sarawak Food except Sarawak Laksa, not sure those places that sells it, its origin flavor or not as for now, Paya Serai at PJ Hilton had bring Chef Jamilah who flown all the way from Hilton Kuching to brings us the authentic taste from Sarawak.

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Even the decoration do have the tradition of Sarawak . ..

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Variety of authentic food is been served and some you must not miss.

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Sarakwak Laksa is not to be miss. . . .

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When I reach to this stall, I am amazed to see so many of the ingredient being added into one, and the chef asked me do you want normal spicy or spicy spicy? I asked: is it very spicy? Yess..Indeed it is.. So I go for normal Spicy.

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Super spicy Umai Udang, taste good with the mixture of all the ingredient and normal spicy really makes me speechless and those of you who really love spicy stuff.. this is something you must try.

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Udang Galah Rebus Berserai / Lemongrass Prawns

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Pansoh Manok / Chicken in Bamboo

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Steamed Red Bario Rice is really good to go along with their rendang.

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Pansoh Nasi Ayam / Chicken Rice in Bamboo

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Daging Masak Lada Hitam Sarawak / Sarawak Black Pepper Beef

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I find that Sarawak Laksa is really good, a bit more ‘lemak’ and using bee hoon and don add on ‘Heh Ko’ in it.

The buffet spread is available for lunch at RM68++ for adult and RM45++ for child (below 12 years old) and dinner RM75++ and RM45++ for child (below 12 years old). Paya Serai opens from 12 noon till 3pm for lunch and 7pm till 10.30pm for dinner.

Learn about the unique Sarawak cuisine and culture at the courtesy of Jabatan Warisan Negara, Rumah Sarawak and Balai Seni Lukis Negara, For reservations, please call 03-7955 9122 extn 4060.

PJ Hilton’s F&B Blog : www.zestpj.com

PJ Hilton Website : www.petaling-jaya.hilton.com

During when I was a kid, I used to stay at Parkroyal Hotel Chatz Brasserie as my dad loves the concept of it alot but as I grow up, to stay in the hotel seems unlikely in this challenging world, as everything increase in prices but not our salary. It had been since about 10 years ago since I last step my foot onto this hotel but surely this visit did give me a comfort feeling that I just got to know that they had refurbish themself to more elegant business hotel.

Therefore, for this Bulan Puasa let’s feast in style by the lavish spread of traditional dishes featuring ‘gulai kawah’ and a taste of Brazilian roasts and grills by Chatz Brasserie, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur’s culinary team this Ramadhan season. The highlight this year is the selection of ‘gulai kawah’ – mouth-watering stews cooked in huge cast ‘kawah’ or giant woks.The ‘Gulai Kawah’ station is the star item to look out for – specialties include flavoursome Kambing Gulai Kawah – Spiced Braised Mutton, Kari Udang Galah Bernenas – Fresh Water Prawn and Pineapple Curry, Gulai Lemak Daging Salai Terung Pipit – Braised Smoked Beef with Baby Eggplant in Coconut Milk, Gulai Pisang Muda Bersama Ikan Masin – Braised Young Banana with Salted Fish and Gulai Belitung Bersama Terung Dan Daun Selasih – Braised Local Snail.

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This restaurant interior sure gives me home feel with low ceiling, wooden floor with white table cloth covers all the tables and shiny glass wine placed upon.

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Brazilian Twist Section, that offers cozy with dim orange lights with very soft music as the background music to suits the ambiance.

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If you do feel like doing some groovy move, you there is a dance floor for you to show your great skills.

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To start with, the appetisers station is where you will find evergreen starters such as Pasembor Berlauk,Kerabu Ayam Daun Kesom, Ulam-ulam Mentah dan Rebus, and icy-cold Fresh Oyster, Poached Mussel, Clam and Prawn, made zesty with lemon and lime wedges and cocktail sauce.

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