Witness and experience the sight on the streets happening in Chatz Brasserie as it unfolds a new concept to entertain and serve diners with the adaptation of hawker style buffet line this Ramadhan. Being in the restaurant, you might get caught in the moment as you watch the chefs showing off their skills in preparing the dishes. Or with all the food choices available, you simply don’t know where to begin!
If you’re such a big eater, why not start with the main dishes set which happens to be one of the highlights of the Ramadhan buffet feast? There’s the mild and not-so-spicy gulai lemak telur itik if you fancy duck eggs, chow down the juicy and tender beef chunks of kurma kerbau, or if you a poultry lover, opt for the perfectly spiced and sweet ayam percik Iftar. Savour them with acar Kedondong or acar buah to further add flavours to your rice meal.
Fancy some ikan or kerang bakar? At the local grilled fish and cockles station, there are assorted ikan bakar and cockles marinated with the restaurant’s delicious homemade sauce. Pick your selection of sauces to go with them from sos asam, sos kicap pedas, sos cili Thai to Kalasan Sauce. We recommend that you dip your selection of grilled fish with sos asam and the wrapped cockles with the sos cili Thai to heighten the taste of the grilled seafood.
If you crave for another form of carbohydrates, look for the famous noodles station where they serve the prawn mee and curry laksa. With mouth-watering soup, finely chopped and sliced condiments and tempting aroma, it will remind you of the noodles you usually have on the streets. Add in the prawn sambal if you prefer your noodles to be a little bit spicy.
At the Carvery station, check out the BBQ whole lamb stall. Although it needs a little bit more of seasoning, you can still enjoy the tender meat with its tasty mushroom and mint sauce. The black pepper sauce is good too, but the mushroom sauce is still the best!
For dim sum lovers, don’t forget to take a bite of the steamed jade dumpling, steamed har kau or fried swee kau. These delicious bite-sized food along with its chilly and soy sauce dips are definitely not to be missed out from the menu.
No point of enjoying the meals without the right drink. This Ramadhan, Chatz Brasserie is offering a special beverage known as Chatz air janda pulang. Even though it sounds a little bizarre, it’s actually made from fresh coconut water with palm sugar syrup. Sweet and delicious, it makes the perfect thirst quencher after a long day of fasting.
Desserts lovers, spare your sweet tooth for various kinds of desserts such as the bubur kacang hijau Durian. One of the highlights for the Ramadhan buffet, this special bubur is actually quite tasty and best of all, it doesn’t have that overwhelming durian smell. Other desserts options for you to have a go at are definitely the sago gula Melaka, passion fruit moussecake and kuih seri muka to satisfy your sweet cravings.
The Hawker Temptations Ramadhan Feast at Chatz Brasserie is starting on 10 July until 7 August, from 7pm to 10.30pm daily. Priced at RM98++ per adult and RM49++ per child, but if you break fast at the restaurant from 10 to 16 July you get to enjoy 40 per cent off! For reservations and enquiries, ring 03-2782 8352.