Christmas is just around the corner if you are living around Klang Valley, why not head on to Dorsett Grand Subang to enjoy its all time favourite restaurant; Teraza Brasserie for a warm Christmas gathering this year.
Dorsett Grand Subang and its culinary team had worked tirelessly to put together a series of celebratory activities beginning with a whole bunch of festive goodies… from traditional sweet favourites to palate-teasing roasts and savouries
Festive cookies such as macadamia nut, vanilla, chocolate chip and honey cookies abound! The all-time must-haves of English minced pies and stollens alongside homemade panettone and Christmas puddings are putting in their annual appearances too! Let’s not overlook the vibrant and colourful yet trendy gingerbread house that’s so irresistible, and the sinfully rich yule log cakes.
For a hearty feast to be shared with family, friends and loved ones, do order the perfectly roasted beef eye, leg of lamb or garlic-marinated roast chicken.
At Terazza Brasserie, it’s all hands on deck to laden up the buffet table with a whole lot of festive niceties and specialities. The Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve buffets are available from 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm respectively and priced at RM158 nett for Adults and RM128 nett for senior citizens 60 years and above; RM79 nett for children between 6 to 12 years old.
On Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, a buffet hi-tea is on offer from 12 noon to 4 pm at RM108 nett (Adults) and RM85 nett for senior citizens and RM54 nett for children.
To make your reservations, call +60 3 5031 6060, E: book[email protected] or thru’ https://dorsettbooking.com
Christmas is also a time to share and give. Let’s not forget the less fortunate. At Dorsett Grand Subang, a magnificent Christmas Tree has been erected by the hotel’s Engineering Team. The tree is made by stringing 576 empty RO bottles together using fairy lights wire. With a minimum contribution of RM10, donor/s’ names will be displayed on this Tree of Light; proceeds will be channelled to the Paediatric Ward of the National Heart Foundation.