Malaysia are famous with rich cultural heritages from multiple races. One of the most famous heritage was its cuisines with inherited vase varieties of traditional flavors. In celebrating this coming Ramadhan, Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur’s culinary team will be offering a Ramadhan special themed “Warisan Tradisi di Serena” which consist of combined family recipes and expertise.
The Warisan Tradisi di Serena will be bringing its diners down on memory lane with famous classics such as Roti Canai, Ice Cream Potong, Tau Fu Fa, Murtabak and many more.
Ikan Merah Tiga Rasa Pak Cik Mortaza is a dish close to his heart and one that prepared with love, Chef Mortaza’s three flavoured Red Snapper infuses sweet, sour and spicy tastes for a deliciously tangy dish. Paired with fresh ingredients including tomatoes, pineapples and capsicum, the fried fish dish strikes a nostalgic note to his childhood days where many memories were made with his family favorite dish.
Uncle Wong’s Stir-Fried Tiger Prawn with Butter Sauce and Egg Floss. Uncle Wong started its culinary journey in a local restaurant where he has mastered the Stir-Fried Tiger Prawn with Butter Sauce and Egg Floss. The dish is perfect combination of fresh Tiger Prawns and savory yet sweetness of the butter sauce.
Kibas Bakar Pak Cik Yusof; lamb that is slow roasted over charcoal, was a staple in Chef Yusof’s village. Marinated overnight with aromatic spices, Chef Yusof’s special marinated is continuously blasted over the lamb to ensure every bite tantalized the taste buds.
Chef Roy’s Roti Canai and Murtabak represents a true local favourite. Chef Roy was famous on his Roti Canai with provides diners an enjoyable golden-brown crispiness coupled with various curries of Dhal, whereas Murtabak is the same Roti Canai dough, except stuffed with savoury mix of eggs, meat onions and spices.
Sup Kawah Gear Box Pak Cik Fakrul is a Malay version of Lamb Shank soup, Chef Fakrul learnt to cook this rich and hearty soup from his mother. Boiled over low heat with cinnamon, star anise and other Malay herbs, he includes a secret ingredient to elevate the flavour, as taught by his mother.
For desserts, diners will be pampered with many choices randing from Western-style desserts such as a chocolate fountain, assorted cakes and local Malay pastries such as Kuih Talam, Onde-Onde, Kuih Lapis and Malay Cookies.
The Warisan Tradisi di Serena will be opened to the public starting from 6 May – 4 June 2019, prices at RM 188 per dault and RM 69 per child for weekdays and RM 158 per adult and RM 55 per child for weekends.
For more information or reservations, call +6 03 2782 6228 or email email@example.com