8 Places In KL & Selangor For Your Buka Puasa Meals This Ramadan

By Yiing Zhi - April 28, 2021
8 Places In KL & Selangor For Your Buka Puasa Meals This Ramadan

We're in the middle of Ramadan now, which is a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community observed by Muslims everywhere. During this time, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, and typically have a pre-dawn meal and a nightly feast to break their fast. The dinner meals are known as iftar, and many places offer Ramadan buffets. If you're on the hunt for some buka puasa places this Ramadan, here's a list of places in KL & Selangor where you can do so!

Buka Puasa At These Places This Ramadan!

1) Serai

Serai is where to go if you're looking to berbuka with a variety of cuisines, and not just limited to Malay(sian) cuisine. At Serai, you can find familiar traditional local cuisine such as Nasi Kerabu and Oxtail Assam Pedas, but you can also get Western dishes like salads and pasta. One thing's for sure, there's definitely something for everyone here! If you're going in group, remember to not miss out on their Serai Platter!

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Outlets: Empire Shopping Gallery, Jaya Shopping Centre, Pavilion, Paradigm Mall, Shaftsbury Square, Suria KLCC, KL East Mall.

2) Shook!

Located at The Starhill, Shook! is where you'll be shook with their dining creations, alright. This Ramadan, check out their Selera Kampong Enak festive dining, which features "flavours that are distinctively Malay with a thoughtfully curated assisted buffet of age-old kampong recipes that have been passed down through generations, including heartwarming classics from the Enak kitchen such as the Sup Ekor and the Rendang Daging Tok", according to their website. Prices start at RM98 per adult, and RM49 per child. Be sure to make a reservation before you head over: +60 18 929 8060.

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Address: 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang.


You know, if you have some Raya shopping to do, and also need to break your fast, why not kill two birds with one stone by heading over to IKEA? Sure, IKEA's top food choice might be their meatballs, but they currently also have a Raya spread, with some dishes available till 31st May 2021. Some of their Raya specials you can look forward to include Arabic Whole Leg Chicken Mandi Rice, Arabic Lamb Kabsa Rice, and 16pcs Meatball with Rendang Sauce. Yum!

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Outlets: Damansara, Cheras, Tebrau, Batu Kawan.

4) De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan

It's Malaysia's very own celebrity chef Chef Wan, who's set up a restaurant of his own, and providing a special Ramadhan buffet with many, many choices available ranging from appetisers right down to dessert. Look forward to Kerabu Ulaman Kampung, different salads, Bubur Lambuk, soup, noodles... Prices start at RM158 per adult and RM73 per child. There's a special price for senior citizens as well. Do make a booking online before heading over!

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Outlets: The LINC KL, Bangi Resort Hotel.

5) Suki-Ya

Fancy some hot soup and an endless supply of meat for iftar? Get your wish granted at Suki-Ya, where you can choose from four different soup bases, and have the meat coming for as much as you like. Of course, to keep things balanced, they have a vegetable bar as well, where you can also get your dose of greens. Thinly-sliced beef is a must-order here, so why not check it out one day? Prices start at RM51.95 per adult, and RM26 per child.

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Outlets: Pavilion, IPC Shopping Centre, Paradigm Mall, Mont Kiara, KL Festival City, Setapak Sentral, Da:men USJ, MY Town, KL East Mall, IOI City Mall.

6) Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail

Owned by Dato’ Chef Ismail and Datuk Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor Al Masrie, Malaysia's first astronaut, Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail certainly knows how to put on a Ramadan feast! Starting at RM84.80 for adults and RM53 for children, the spread promises to spoil you for choice, with many options available from mains, kerabu, side dishes, ulam-ulaman, and many different individual stalls that all provide different food items!

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Address: 5-2, Aras 5, Parkir Bertingkat Bukit Aman.

7) Seoul Garden

Oh yeah. This one's for the K-foodies out there who love a good K-BBQ and other Korean dishes. Having been a Halal-certified Korean restaurant for many years in Malaysia, it's no surprise that this could be one of a berbuka destinations as well, because honestly, why not? Look forward to a selection of soups, grilled meat, or opt for their steamboat or premium menu items. It's an iftar meal a la Korea here at Seoul Garden!

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Outlets: AEON Mall Shah Alam, Alamanda Putrajaya, DPulze Shopping Centre, IOI City Mall, i-City, Melawati Mall, Paradigm Mall, Setapak Central, Setia City Mall, Sunway Pyramid, Sunway Putra Mall, The Mines, Wangsa Walk, 1 Utama Shopping Centre.

8) Bijan Bar & Restaurant

Bijan Bar & Restaurant is a place that serves fine Malay cuisine, so what better way to break your fast than here? Claiming to be "the next best thing to home cooking", Bijan has a variety of dishes you can choose from, ranging from appetisers, meat & poultry, seafood, vegetables, rice and dessert. To date, they have been in operations for almost two decades now, and most certainly know what they're doing, serving up only the best for all to enjoy.

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Address: No. 3, Jalan Ceylon, KL.