Bazaar-style buffet

BAZAAR scene, local flavour. The chefs have put their heads and hands together to offer dining guests 200 over local dishes to tease and satisfy tastebuds. This year, diners get to taste local delights which include Chef Yusoff’s grandmother’s recipe, a special Kelantanese Claypot Fish Head Curry the sous chef himself will prepare.

For a complete local dining “flavour”, the buka puasa buffet will be presented to diners in classic bazaar style. Stalls will line the sides of the hotel’s Big Apple Restaurant, serving local favourites like otak-otak, lamb biryani, pucuk manis ubi keledek and more.

According to Chef Yusoff, the bazaar theme stems from the scene at an actual bazaar. The chef explained the spectacle – the crowds, the wide variety of food, not forgetting the poor and hungry. He also informed that the amount of food served during the Ramadan buffet will be replenished to a certain extent. The reason behind this is to reflect the importance of not over-indulging during the month of fasting and spiritual preparation and to avoid food wastage.

EARLY BIRD VOUCHERS AND OFFERS
BTSH’s Bazaar Ramadan buffet will be offered to diners daily between 6.30pm and 10.30pm from May 29 to June 22.

The all-encompassing buffet meal is priced at RM128 nett per adult and RM58 nett per child during the first and fourth weeks of Ramadan.

Come the second and third weeks, buffet prices rise to RM138 nett per adult and RM68 nett per child.

Early bird vouchers are available for purchase at RM100 nett for adults and RM50 nett for children. Call BTSH or the Big Apple Restaurant for enquiries and purchase of vouchers.

In addition, guest can also enjoy Chef Yusoff’s famed Nasi Biryani Gam Batu Pahat during Ramadan. The dish comes in choices of chicken or lamb and will be available for takeaway at the stalls located at the lobby of the hotel.

For more information on the buffet, visit BTSH’s website or its Facebook page.