The holy month of Ramadan is here, and if you are looking for a place to break fast with family and friends, look no further! WEIL Hotel has more to offer.

Savour local favourites this Ramadan at TIFFIN Restaurant as chefs from the hotel will bring the various signature dishes of the hotel’s outlets to the buffet table.

With its theme ‘Juadah Istimewa Ramadan’, the spread of more than 80 sumptuous dishes will have diners taking a food journey down memory lane, with their childhood favourites, from May 29 until June 23.

Not only will there be traditional Malay cuisine on the menu, there will also be a variety of Indian specialties as well as Chinese dishes.

The chefs have also come up with three rotating menus with a curation of delectable local favourites to entice Muslims to break fast here from 7pm to 10pm.

The hotel food and beverage director, Tharama Rajah said the buffet spread is bigger this year, with nine action counters offering more items than earlier buffet spreads.

WEIL Chef de Cuisine of Malay Banquet, Aidil Afendi Muhamad said this year’s concept is to serve diners with signature dishes from each of the hotel’s outlets.

“In the line-up are our specials from each of our food outlets. We will bring our special Nestum Prawn and Chilli Crab from the Chinese outlet, Mutton Biryani and Fish Head Curry from our Indian outlet and for Malay, we have our signature Ayam Panggang Percik. The menu is a hit among our loyal diners and it’s the highlight of our Ramadan Buffet,” he said.

Action stations will be offering local and international favourites such as Laksa Johor, Shawarma, whole Roasted Lamb, Satay, Chicken Rice served either roasted or steamed, Murtabak, Ais Kacang, selection of ice creams, and a variety of Malaysia’s favourite tea-time snacks like Banana Fritter (Pisang Goreng), Fried Cempedak, Sukun and Sweet Potato.

Local appetisers at the buffet range from ulam (herbs), a variety of vegetables tossed in spicy sauces and kerabu (Malay salads) such as Prawn and Mango Salad, Chicken Salad, Cockles and Bean Sprouts Salad, Smoked Lamb with Four-Angled Bean Salad and more. There are over ten choices of salads to start your meal.

To end the night with a sweet treat or two, the buffet line has three different sections just for desserts, and one live counter of Ais Kacang and ice cream. A variety of Malay kuih-muih, cakes and puddings are on the first section such as Kuih Dangai, Kuih Sri Ayu, Kuih Kasui, Pulut Inti, Kuih Ketayap, Tepung Pelita, Kuih Tepung Talam and Kuih Koci. The second section has the best Pengat Ubi Keledek and Bubur Cha-Cha. The third is mainly for fresh fruits.

To make the festive season more special, Tharama Rajah said the hotel will be giving free Bubur Lambuk (porridge) to the members of the public and passers-by in front of the hotel especially to the motorists who are stuck in traffic, on May 27, from 5pm until the Bubur Lambuk is finished.

With the purchase of the Ramadan Buffet vouchers, the diners can stand a chance to win amazing lucky draw prizes on the last day of the Ramadan Buffet, June 23. Among the prizes are vouchers for hotel stay and food and beverage vouchers.

If you’re looking for a great taste with value for money at a comfortable place to hold iftar with family and friends this year, then head to WEIL Hotel as they can also cater for group bookings for over 50 people.

Diners can now book their seats for early-bird prices: RM68 nett per adult (RM78 for normal price), RM58 nett for a senior citizen (RM68 for normal price), and RM38 nett per child. The early-bird promotion lasts until May 22.

For reservations, call 05 208 2021.