Hari Raya is one of the biggest festive celebration in Malaysia, and it’s almost here! In a blink of an eye, Ramadhan has gone by quickly and we’re only left with a few days of fasting. But to be completely honest, we’re going to miss breaking fast with our loved ones. Therefore, we’ve compiled the best Ramadhan dine-in and takeaway deals that you can enjoy for the last few days.
1. Finch KL
From now till May 8, Finch KL is offering a Selera Whimsical menu, available for Ramadhan dine-in and takeaway. There are three different sets to choose from: Roasted Spice Chicken with Nasi Minyak (RM48), Slow Roast Lamb with Nasi Minyak (RM68), and Deng Deng Beef with Basmati Rice (RM68). To round up your meal, all packages include kurma, diverse local kuih, and fruits. Furthermore, you can choose two drinks from the April Sip & Chill Mocktail series to complete the set. The Apple Wanderlust is a delicious blend of apple, aloe vera, and honey, while the Magic Flower is a visually stunning elixir made with Bunga Kantan, lychee, and lime.
|Address:||Lower Ground, Level 1 & 2, The Westin Kuala Lumpur, 199, Jln Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating hours:||Weekdays 12pm–12am | Weekends 10am–12am|
|Contact details:||+6010 308 0888|
2. Maria’s Steakcafe
Maria’s Steakcafe never disappoints with their festive offerings, featuring a special Ramadhan dine-in and takeaway set. From now till May 5, Maria’s Steakcafe is offering beef (RM255) and non-beef (RM239) sets. To complete the set, two mushroom soups and a platter of spicy mussels is included. In terms of what you can choose for the beef option, you can opt for the Australian Grain Fed Rib Eye or the Australian Black Angus Rib Eye for RM68 per steak. Alternatively, you can get the Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu A5 Rump (RM210) or the Australian Wagyu MB9 Rib Eye (RM272). To end your meal, indulge in delightful slices of chocolate cake. Plus, every set features free kurma and rose syrup drink!
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3. Quan’s Kitchen
Prefer spending iftar in the comfort of your own home? Then the Bazar Selera To-Go set by Quan’s Kitchen is perfect for you. There are nine traditional dishes in this set, such as Nasi Bukhari, Daging Rendang Tok, Sambal Tumis Udang Petai, Lemang, and more. Alongside those dishes, you will also get appetisers and desserts. The set costs RM158 and can feed up to two people. However, it is recommended that you place your order four hours in advance.
|Address:||2, Jalan Balai Polis, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating hours:||Daily 7am-10pm|
|Contact details:||03-2035 7333|
4. The Chow Kit Kitchen & Bar
Available now till May 2, The Chow Kit Kitchen & Bar is offering a Berbuka Tiffin set, priced at RM165 for two to three persons. The set features Rendang Dendeng, Assam Fish Tenggiri, Nyonya Kari Kapitan, Nasi Ulam, and Tempeh Chips, which is honestly a lot! In addition, the set also comes with two bottles of Honey Chrysanthemum Tea. Trust us when we say this tiffin set will delight your tastebuds for iftar.
|Address:||1012, Jln Sultan Ismail, Chow Kit, 50100 Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating hours:||Daily 7am–11pm|
|Contact details:||03-2778 6666|
5. Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Here’s another option if you want to break fast at home. Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre is offering two takeaway sets; the Riang Ria and the Harmoni. The Riang Ria is perfect for smaller families, priced at RM80 per person, with three different sets. Every set features an appetiser, entree and dessert. These sets highlight traditional and classic dishes like Ulam-ulam, Stir-fried Tiger Prawn with Curry Butter Milk Sauce, Stir-fried Kailan in Oyster Sauce, and more. However, if you have a bigger family then the Harmoni set is perfect for you, as it is ideal for a family of four. Priced at RM128 per person, you can try Kerabu Mangga, Fish Crackers, Tom Yam Gong, Lamb Soup, and so much more.
|Address:||4, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating hours:||Daily 6.30am–10pm|
|Contact details:||03-2170 8888|
6. The Hungry Tapir
One of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular plant-based cafés, The Hungry Tapir, has put up a beautiful vegan platter for Ramadhan dine-in and takeaway. In this dish, you will find vegan “kuih” and the vegan “acar,” as well as the traditional “ulam,” “papadam,” and “pumpkin” lodeh. As for beverages, you can choose from rose bandung or teh tarik, which will be sweet enough to open up your appetite.
|Address:||135, Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating hours:||Tue-Thur & Sun 12–10pm | Fri & Sat 12pm–12am|
|Contact details:||03-2022 2137|