[40% Off] Authentic Malay Cuisine Buffet Dinner at Songket Restaurant for RM45 instead of RM75.40. Ranked #1 KL Restaurant
- Authentic traditional Malay dishes, great for buka puasa.
- Ranked No.1 restaurant in KL on TripAdvisor.
- Fusion of traditional and modern Malay décor.
- Cultural dance performances every Mon – Sat at 9pm.
- Redemption period: Aug 4, 2011 – Aug 27, 2011.
- Bookings must be made between Jul 28, 2011 – Aug 24, 2011.
- Min. 3 days prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid: 6pm – 11pm daily, last call: 10pm (including public holidays).
- Not valid on Aug 3, 10, 11 and 20, 2011.
- Limit 1 per person. May buy many as gifts.
- Max. 10 vouchers per table.
- Service charges and tax included.
- Dine-in only.
- Children aged 3 - 11 pay RM30nett.
- Children below 3 eat for free.
If cultural history was irrelevant, migrating workers would assimilate into new cultures and forget their roots, historians would be unemployed and burgers served with rice would pass off as nasi lemak. Reclaim heritage with today’s Groupon: for RM45, you get a Malay cuisine buffet dinner worth RM75.40 at Songket Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.
Palate pilgrims anticipating sunset are dished up servings of kurma and rose water to be gracefully consumed at the appointed hour, prepping appetites for increased food-flow. Buffet spreads range from across national delights depending on the preference of the chef, but commonplace dishes such as nasi minyak, nasi pandan, mee rebus are served alongside satay, ayam masak merah, rendang daging and kambing panggang. Amidst an array of kain songkets and quaint wooden furniture, a waterbed of seafood dishes accords angling enthusiasts, spanning from sotong pedas to various forms of grilled seafood, tempered only by an assortment of vegetables and soups to balance out nutrition pyramids. Fiery flavours are doused with a hotchpotch of ice-cream, including the local tastes of durian, pandan and bandung while fresh fruits and caramel cake provide welcome alternatives to purported ice-cream aberrations. When not playing traditional music over the speakers, Traditional Malaysian cultural dances sweep through the tables Mondays to Saturdays at 9pm, pleasing taste and visual sensory.
Songket Restaurant is a Muslim operated restaurant.
Phone: 03-2161 3331 / 012-366 0111 (Tony)
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