Bijan Restaurant Offers Warong Cuisines This Ramadhan

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As every one are celebrating the holy month of Ramadhan, Bijan Restaurant will be ushering this holy month of Ramadan with “Warongku” theme in the perfect replica kampong setting for diners to share the ceremonial breaking of fast with their loved ones and friends.

Headed by its master Chef; Chef Razis and his assistant Sous Chef Ujang, they have planned a wide array of warung menus mixed, showcasing Malay food heritage at it’s best ! Its definitely a scrumptious buffet featuring a selection of local kampung everyday favorites to modern renditions of classic dishes.

Among the old favourites highlights to look forward to are Rendang Daging Hijau, Sambal Udang Petai, Sotong Hitam Manis & Itik Salai Lemak Cili Api and many more.

Diners can also enjoy freshly prepare Satay, Lemang , Pecal Kuah Kacang , Laksam Bungkus and aneka bakar bakar from our “live” stations.

Not forgetting about desserts, Bijan Restaurant has some of the “to die for” desserts like Pandan Pudding & Coconut Crème Caramel and also new additions like Kek Pulut Mangga, Bubur Sum Sum Bunga Telang and/or Tapai Pulut Durian for its diners to satisfy their cravings.

3 different buffet menus will be serve during this Ramadhan on a rotational basis by Bijan Restaurant. Each menu will be rotating every 2 days in their restaurant starting from 27th April – 21st May 2020.

Ramadan is a wonderful time to create cherish moments with family & friends “breaking fast” together. Price at RM 120 ++ per person, the “Warongku” is available to be purchase at +03 2031 6568 or email [email protected]

An early bird price of RM110 nett per person can also be purchase at Bijan or Tableapp or Dineout before 27th April 2020.

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