Go now: Buka puasa feasts
The city is abound with Ramadhan menus, buffets and promotions. To help you weigh your options, we sort the best Ramadhan meals in KL by price.
RM80 and below
The selection includes gulai ikan tonkol, rusuk kambing bakar, kurma ayam ubi kentang, daging goreng dendeng , udang lemak nenas and sambal sotong petai.
JW Marriott KL
Over 130 dishes will be featured from all the states of Malaysia such as tongkeng ayam goreng bercili, daging salai masak lemak dan bachang and kupang masak rampai.
Tuscany Restaurant & Pizza Bar
Choose between a main course of sizzling free range chicken supreme with Tarragon mushroom sauce, or salmon and snowfish with orange dill sauce.
There will be a special corner where the eatery’s team of chefs prepare some of Tunku Abdul Rahman’s favourite dishes that include squid sambal and pineapple sambal crabs in spicy sauce to pay homage to our first Prime Minister.
Dates, local kuih and rose syrup constitute the traditional part of the meal, but the rest is authentic Japanese.
Opt for the restaurant's signature daging gulai kawah and the ever-popular rendang tok, with a side of lemang.
Indulge in the usual favourites such as kerabu ayam, nasi impit, pasembur, ikan tilapia masak pegaga, bayam goreng udang, pulut durian, kuih Melayu and sambal petai ikan bilis.
Melting Pot Cafe
Sup gearbox, whole lamb briyani and ikan percik are some of the chef's signature dishes but there are more unusual offerings such as the nasi briyani burung puyuh and mee ketam.
Ideal for sharing between two people, the set menu features local classics but we reckon the dessert steal the show. How does ago gula Melaka with sweet corn, coconut ice cream and peanut crumble sound?
We suggest you look out for the stall helmed by Nyonya chef Auntie Belle to try her popiah basah with sweet bean and chilli sauce. Everything from the crunchy vegetable filling down to the popiah skin is made from scratch by her.
The restaurant features a buffet spread of home-cooked favourites including salt water catfish cooked in sauteed chilli paste, catfish cooked in chilli and spiced fried quail.
Witness live action stalls featuring dishes like Sabah clams cooked in spicy ginger, bird’s eye chilli with tomato and chilli sauce, kashmiri mutton and braised applejack lamb shank in brown sauce.
Try the udang masak dengan nenas from Negeri Sembilan, Johor’s nasi briyani gam or choose from the nine live action stalls.
RM100 and above
Featuring over 190 local favourites, the buffet spread at Makan Kitchen is especially created by executive junior sous chef, Chef Fazli, a Minang descendant who comes from a family of cooks.
KL Convention Centre
Start off with dishes like nasi kandar Pulau Pinang, ikan merah panggang, ikan bakar sambal asam and smoked hickory roasted lamb.
MasterChef Malaysia fans will be in for a treat as celebrity Chef Zubir Mohd Zain will be whipping up sup jernih udang galah and ikan kerapu ranggup sos berlada bunga kantan.
Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
Feast by the lake on dishes like kambing panggang, gulai daging kawah, otak-otak, cempedak molek cake and kebab.
Warm up with a range of soups such as sup kambing dengan ubi kentang or sup tulang rawan, and then try the ayam percik, daging dendeng, lamb briyani or roasted tandoori marinated chicken.
Designed for three to four people, each set comes with steamed rice and fresh seasonal fruits and features mains such as deep fried seabass with sweet and sour sauce, ayam goreng berempah and prawns in Kantan sauce.
The theme this year is 'Santapan de Raja' featuring food inspired by royalty such as grilled fish with air assam and kicap and Pahang ayam madu.
For more, see our full list of Ramadhan promotions, buffets and set menus in KL.