Hi all, after a long hiatus from the heavy schedule for my job and photography, I am back. Currently we are in the mid of World Cup 2014 which held in Brasil.
In conjunction with the world cup, we had just started the Ramadhan fasting month where Muslims are fasting for 30 days before the new year. From 29 June to 28 July 2014, break your fast at Mosaic and indulge in a myriad of local and western dishes, freshly prepared on the spot.
The drinks that best quench the thirst of fasting.
Dates that are best to replenish the lost vitamins during fasting.
Lemang is the main star here during raya. For those who don’t know about lemang, it is a glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and then cooked in bamboo with leaf wrapped.
Serunding is a dried meat floss that are part of the companion for lemang. Besides serunding, beef rendang also is the best choice.
For appetizers, tease your palate with Acar Daging Panggang, Acar Udang Tradisi, Gado-Gado and the different types of kerabu dishes such as kerabu mangga muda sotong kering, kerabu ayam herba and kerabu kacang botol kerisik.
Kerabu kacang botol kerisik
Kerabu mangga muda sotong kering
Acar Udang Tradisi
There are a range of local soups like Sup Kambing Ubi Kentang, Sup Makanan Laut Bersantan, Sup Ekor Sapi dengan Ubi Kentang dan Sup Tulang Rawan. Not to forget the delicious bubur lambok which is the famous traditional Malay porridge.
Murtabak alongside the satay which is famous among the locals and tourist.
For the main courses, take your pick from over 100 dishes and indulge in traditional delicacies such as Ayam Kurma Seri Melayu, Sambal Udang Petai, Nasi Minyak Petai, Nasi Goreng Kerabu, Rendang Daging, Udang Galah Masak Chilli Api, Ikan Merah Assam Pedas, Otak Otak, Ikan Bakar, Ayam Goreng Kunyit Bawang Cili, Chicken and Daging Temasik just to name a few.
If you are in favour of sampling international cuisines, Mosaic has the perfect offer on what you need at the grill, wok, noodle and tandoor stations. The selections include Black Pepper Beef, Peking Duck, Chicken Shawarma, an assortment of Italian pasta dishes.
Fresh oyster on the Japanese corner.
The Indian or better known as Tandoor corner have a wide range of authentic Indian Foods which prepared on the spot by the chefs behind the counter. Each are cooked in small portion to ensure freshness and taste the best when it is cooked in small quantity.
End your meal with traditional desserts such as assorted cookies, bubu kacang hijau durian, bubur jagung manis, dates, assorted Malay kuih, Ice Kacang with a combination of western and locals favorite.
Dodol ….. anyone?
The chef behind all these dishes are Chef Kamarudin Bin Dali or more commonly known as Chef Din.
The buka puasa location are consist of Mosaic and also the Diamond BallRoom (5 or more) . With an exclusive 15% early bird savings for bookings of four or more from 29 June to 5 July 2014, the Buka Puasa buffet is priced at RM138++ per person for the Mosaic and Diamond Ballroom. For more information or dining reservation, please call 03-2380 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org