Ramadhan Buffet @ Enak KL, Starhill Gallery

For the Ramadan season, we encourage you to gather your family and friends to celebrate a very special reunion in your meaningful life as you all welcome to the Enak KL, Starhill Gallery so you won't miss this! To experience the Malay dining cuisine with celebrate our importance of holy Ramadan on my first time, my good friends, Woan koon, James and I love to try the flavors of Malay dishes without MSG and oil so much because Enak KL concern more about the healthy, flavours and aromas can bring you enjoy to smell a very delicious dishes with the traditions of home cooking by the Malay generation, it make you recall about your mummy's cooking so yummy!

Enak KL's combination of delicious authentic cuisine and heartwarming service has won them numerous awards. Leveraging on their focus to bringing traditional Malay cuisine to the fine dining population, Enak KL has won many well-deserving accolades. When my friend and I reached the Enak KL in Starhill Gallery, I admired a very beautiful traditional kampung dining area with the rich of Malay culture.

The fine attention to detail is evidenced from the elegant and cosy ambience that we have at Enak KL. It is almost like a trip down memory lane to the good old days when you visit your great grandmother for a family dinner get-together. That is why they win the heart of local and international people with the richness of the food culture in Malaysia!

While we are waiting for another friend, James, we tried to explore around the Enak KL, as we saw the different of kind Malay dishes included the desserts. The traditional of kampung decoration bring the simple warm of feeling to every Malay families who love it so very much. It make me remembered that my grandparent used to mix with their closet Malay neighbors since they always decorate and prepare the Malay and Nyonya dishes when they live in the peace together since I was in their hometown!

Their cultural decoration be immersed in the enchanting of traditional local things which used by Malay community. Tempt your palate with a variety of authentic Malaysian tastes and flavours. Simple yet scrumptious, the dishes of the rural folk are often made with garden vegetables and fresh local produce. No wonder that The Enak KL won the food awards like TimeOut KL, Tourism Malaysia, KasehDia, and Malaysia Tatler in Malaysia!

Kerabu Mangga
We used to eat the mango salad when it come out with chicken or anything, can. It is one of my dad's favorite Malay food to be served as the appetizer dish!

Pergedel Kentang
Pergedel Kentang make my good friends and I fell love with the aroma of potatos so very much! It is very tasty! We want to eat this again again! Each potato-shaped ball are very soft and easy to be bite in our mouth as well! If we come to the Enak KL again, we sure will order this!

Tempe Goreng
We love the Tempe Goreng, is special appetizer, also be Malay's favorite food too. Long time, we don't eat it because we not always eat because it only can found in the Malay restaurants in Malaysia only if you come to visit our country. You should try Tempe Goreng if you never!

Kerabu Ikan Pari
Yummy! Kerabu Ikan Pari is my favorite! It is fish salad. You can put it to mix with the rice. It is very easy-recipe that your family can cook this. If you miss this, you can go to Enak KL during the Ramadan season!

Sambal Tumis Udang Petai
Ayam Percik
My family and I love Ayam Percik! The roasted chicken are cooked so well! Filled with the sweet and smooth of Percik sauce so it is a popular Malaysian dish. As I know, it also have mildly spicy, the rich of sweetness with packed by the lemongrass and coconut milk..

Gulai Daging Kentang
 Ikan Assam Pedas Bendi
Pucuk Paku Goreng Cendawan
Pisang Karamel
First time, I eat the Pisang Karamel so it is very special dessert by Enak KL? Normally, it is so sweet with tasty sauce when you used the simple recipe like the pisang, chocolate and cheese when you can cook it at home. It make me surprised that the banana dessert already be finish in few minutes only so fast! Wow. We want more again.

Sago Gula Melaka
Puteri Mandi

Enak KL owned and managed by Ms.Sherena Razaly. Sherena said the dishes evoked memories of her grandmother’s cooking which she enjoyed as a child. The authentic dishes underline recipes of over 120 years with Muar influence that has been passed down over many generations. Her family take pride in their Malay culture food and they contain no MSG. The flavours of the food come from using a combination of various spices.

All looks as great Malay delicacies make you feel happy with your family and friends during the festive season. Miss traditional kampung-sytle cuisines since you away from your hometown so far? Call reserve now and jom buka puasa before all seats taken!

Promotion valid from 9 June till 1 July 2016
Ramadhan Buffet:
RM85nett per person (adult)
and RM45nett per person ( childen below 12 years old)
inclusive : starter, gerai, main course, dessert (buffet) and beverage (free flow)
Call for reservation 603-2141 8973 and +603-2141 8973
email them at or
*Note: Menu is on rotation basis and subject to change.

ENAK KL @ Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur
Address LG2, Feast Floor, Starhill Gallery 181 Jalan Bukit Bintang 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour 12pm – 1am (Last order: 11.45pm) (Pork free) 

Selamat Berpuasa to All my Muslim friends!
Have a blessed Ramadan on this year! 

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Pui San said…
Wow! Another place for Ramadan Buffet! Too bad I can't really eat spicy! But the foods look yummy! :D
Tony Johor Kaki said…
The food looks so delicious and the kampung ambiance looks to inviting :-D I love spicy! I am looking to Ramadan as it is a good time to get together with friends, and of course celebrate with all the traditional food. Thanks for sharing.
Unknown said…
oh my gosh, what a food heaven that is! the dishes looks attractive. feeling craving of all that ady :D
Miriam said…
The food sure looks amazing! Another great place to break fast this Ramadan
Ivy Kam said…
Wow, look at all the delicious foods, can't wait to berbuka puasa at Enak KL :)
Caroline said…
The price is pretty reasonable for such wonderful spreads!
Amelie Yap said…
woah! All the dishes served look delicious! Definitely worthy for buka puasa!
Sharon Lee said…
The price looks affordable for such varieties of Malay food at Enak Kl. Plus we can eat non stop at Ramadan Buffet too XD
FiSh said…
oh yums! :D that's a lot of good food on the spread. worth the value for buka puasa!
Fatin Bella said…
OMG sedapnya! How come I didnt get the invitation T.T
Unknown said…
*Drooling* They have many varieties of foods there!
GengQian said…
wow they serve my favourite pucuk paku! would love to try some during this ramadhan.
Travellover23 said…
The food looks so yummy ! The price of the buffet quite cheap and i tell my malay friends to try this..
Rawlins GLAM said…
Oh My!
My mouth waters when I see Pucuk Paku Goreng Cendawan!
That is so kampung style!
Isaac Tan said…
wah so nice food.. so regret no go that day :(
Shub said…
Nice amabiance! I liked Kampung atmosphere and sago gula melaka.
wow such an authentic Malay meal. Will tell my Muslim friends abt it.
Emily said…
In the blink of an eye, Ramadhan is upon us already. Although I am non-Muslim, I really look forward to this holy month where I once again get to get special cuisine that is only available during this month, or at least, they are easier to get hold of! Of the selection you have shared here, Sambal Tumis Udang Petai looks most appetising!
Foodilicious said…
Really should not look at those food pictures at this hour as it do making me hungry just right after I had my dinner. >.<
sayaiday said…
Pucuk Paku Goreng Cendawan is my favourite! It's hard to find in other place. and it's actually near my workplace. hehe
Arisa Chow said…
quite an affordable feast to buka puasa with! should stop by to take a look.
仙妮 said…
I thought this will be a luxury ramadhan buffet, but the price is reasonable as venue in Starhill gallery though :) cheers,siennylovesdrawing
Certainly not the smartest thing to do, reading this while I'm thousand miles away from Home, Malaysia.
Your blog's always been a pleasure, Selina! x

Love from Paris,
Michelle -
Selina Wing said…
Hi Luella!

I am reading your blog, so you stay far from your hometown...WOW You sure miss it very much :D Thank you for visiting my blog. :)