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Ramadhan Buffet 2016 at Chakri Palace

Since Imperial Chakri Palace first opened its doors in 6th April 1999, they have been providing the best experience of authentic fine Thai cuisine in KL with their highly skilled Thai chefs who are personally hand-picked from Thailand.

I simply love Thai food so when I was invited to experience their Ramadhan Buffet, I couldn't say no! Plus they proudly declare that they don't add MSG their food.

It's important to note that The Ramadhan buffet offered by Chakri Palace is not authentically Thai and has a mix of of Malay/Nyonya/Indian cuisine offered. Dishes offered are also different on different days.
Photo credit: Malaysian Flavours Photography
Photo Credit: Malaysian Flavours

Chakri Palace is decorated with clean and cream furniture, giving it a touch of elegance in line with its name.

As you can imagine they had a wide array of food to choose from. I decided to start with the appetisers comprising of Mee Krob- Thai Crispy Fried Noodle, Angle Bean salad, and Glass Noodles with Seafood Salad.

Betel Leaves with garlic, onions, lime and nuts
Then I checked out the main dishes and thought that I'd better not stuff myself with too much rice and noodles so I have space to try everything on the menu. I was however, unsuccessful.

Stir Fried Mee Hoon. (I loved the generous portion of bean sprouts)

Nasi Briyani is not so much a Thai Dish

Stir fried beancurd with Thai basil leaves and chilli

Chicken kapitan

Prawns with Butter Sauce (This was one of my favourites)

Massaman beef

Stir Fried Chicken with Sweet & Sour Sauce

Mixed vegetables

Steamed fish with Lime and Chilli (another favourite)
I managed to try the above plus the must have tomyam but not the satay, ikan bakar and Thai Laksa. I had to save space for desserts!

Satay, Ikan Bakar, Nasi Impit with Peanut Sauce



The desserts offered are plentiful but I only managed to squeeze in my favourite mango sticky rice, Red Ruby and the red kuih with brown sugar filling.

The Ramadan Buffet at Chakri Palace KLCC is priced at RM91.90 for adults and RM47.90 for children and senior citizens.  At Chakri Palace Pavilion KL, adults are charged RM79.90 and children and senior citizens are charged RM39.90. 

From today till 9 June 2016, early birds are entitled to a RM20 nett off. 

Call 016-2277 182 to make your bookings today!



Comments

  1. OMG I miss Thai food! Looks so delicious and yummy! Tomyam my fav :P

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  2. I miss Betel Leaves wrap. Fall in love with this during my Chiangmai trip. Chakri palace serve great Thai Food.

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    1. Betel leave wraps are pretty refreshing if you don't mind "bite"

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  3. I've there for their ramadhan buffet last year, the authentic thai cuisines offered by Chakri is really good.

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    1. Yup I loved the fish, prawns and desserts. Their teh tarik was good too!

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  4. Miss the food there! Esp the signature dishes

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  5. the food looks so nice. it's a bit early for ramadan but glad that they are well prepared already. hehe.

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    1. Hehehe this is a preview for the media and bloggers

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  6. Their buffet look so cheap ...i started to miss tomyum food ..T_T

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    1. Looks yummy! The price is reasonable... Let's go berbuka there!

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    2. Not so cheap ler but guarantee kenyang

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  7. I miss the tomyum, the steamed fish and the Miang Kam

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    1. The steamed fish was good! By the time I had my 2nd round, only tiny bits left

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  8. Those foods really looks yummy.. Hope can have a chance to tryout here.

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    1. Better to make reservations early :)

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  9. i miss the thai food there :D especially the mieang kam starters. so yummy!

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  10. Yums! Thai food are my favourite :) I heard that Chakri Palace serves one of the most delicious one food buffets around. Can't wait to try it!

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  11. Nice to see you there Haniz! All the food looks real good =D I didn't try out the Miang Kam, looks quite special and unique flavor from Thai!

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  12. Looks like feast!!
    The selection looks amazing too.
    Much love,
    Everest
    www.everestsays.com

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  13. Ramadan is just around the corner. This place seems to offer lots of varieties.

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    1. Yes, you get to a variety of food in this Ramadan Buffet since it's not authentically Thai

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  14. wow, the food looks so yummy!! I like the environment the most.

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  15. so fast! mine's not up yet.. I love the mangoes that goes with the mango sticky rice. So sweet, so nice.. as a matter of fact, i need some now.

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    1. Hahaha I also want mango sticky rice now

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  16. Wow, look at all the delicious foods, can't wait to berbuka puasa at Chakri Palace :)

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  17. Oh my the food looks super duper yummy!!! The watermelons so cute too haha

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  18. I have to agree that the food there was really good. Would love to head there again :)

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