Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and a time when Muslims across the world are required to fast each day of the entire month, from sunrise to sunset. The evenings are spent enjoying family and community meals, engaging in prayer and spiritual reflection, and reading from the Qu’ran during buka puasa time at Serena Brasserie.
This month Serena Brasserie will be featuring a lavish ‘Buka Puasa’ spread of traditional local specialties from four different Malaysian States and ‘a-la-kampung’ favourites for all to ‘berbuka puasa’, whether with families of friends.
To the joy of festive mood, the terrace area had transform into mini hawker area with ketupat plastic lights tie around the stall to create up the ambiance. It was nice to see a little green, yellow and pinkish that holds one of the Malay cultural colour during this period.
Wide variety of food ranges from local to eastern cuisine not to be miss.
Local drinks with grapes, syrup with lime, Soya Bean and my favourite Corn drink.