Ramadhan is coming our way again this year. As it was the biggest celebration event in Malaysia, Berjaya Times Square Hotel has launched a 1960s Themed Buka Puasa Buffet for all it’s guest this year at only RM 68 nett per adult and RM 34 nett per child if you purchase before 12th April 2021.
This Ramadhan Berjaya Times Square Hotel will brings everyone for a walk down to memory lane with Classic 60s theme with famous 60s songs while enjoying delicious Malay Buka Puasa cuisines with friends and families.
Berjaya Times Square Hotel offers more varieties of dishes this time catering to not only meat lovers but also for plant-based diners. Among the dishes highlights were its Live Cooking stations; with side spread of authentic Malay Specialties such as Marinated Whole Lamb with Briyani, Kedah Special Kari Kepala Ikan, Soup Power with condiments, Satay Bakar, Sambal Lobster, Asam Pedas Lekor Sapi, Ayam Percik Putih, Daging Gulai Kampung, Dalcha Kambing Dengan Sayuran, Nasi Tomato and to finish, delicious Assorted Malay Kuih and Raya Cookies (pst: must try their dodol. it was amazing).
The Berjaya Times Square Hotel’s 1960’s Buka Puasa Buffet will be held from 16th April to 10th April 2021 from 7pm to 9:30pm at Junior Manhattan, Level 14 West. Enjoy a Special Early Bird price when you purchase before 12th April or RM 98.00 nett per adult and RM 58 nett per child (4-12 years) if you purchase on 13th April onward.
For those who prefer dining at home, guests could opt for Buka Puasa Drive-Thru Stall (which is also available for takeaway) which offers mouth-watering Nasi Briyani with an option of Chicken or Lamb as well as Thai Beef Noodle Soup and Thai Kway Teow priced from RM 110 nett. Free delivery for orders within 10km of BTHKL. For delivery, an order could be made at https://berjaya.revahospitality.aoo/dining.
For more information or reservation, call 018 – 960 6888 or email to [email protected]
P/s: In order to comply to the SOPs please do follow the instruction to scan your MySejahtera, scan your temperature and sit following the hotel’s seating to maintain your social distancing.