Enjoy sumptuous chef-made iftar feasts and an assortment of Raya kueh at home. The best part? They’re only a phone call away
While Ramadan and Raya will no doubt be celebrated differently this year, certain things remain the same – like food’s unparalleled ability to bring the family together. If you’d like a break from toiling away in the kitchen, why not let these hotels feed you with their chef-made iftar dishes and Raya platters? There’s everything from classic ala carte dishes to sumptuous buffet-style iftar spreads that cater to various dinner sizes. Options aplenty below!
1. St. Regis Kuala Lumpur
Eat your way through all of Malaysia – literally – with St. Regis KL’s new buka puasa menu. Signature dishes from all 14 Malaysian states such as Negeri Sembilan’s Kambing Salai Air Asam, a Sarawakian kek lapis, and Pahang’s Daging Daun Kadok are featured on the menu. Prices start from RM428+ for a set meal for four.
Call +6012 280 1303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place your orders. Available daily until 23 May, orders must be placed at least 48 hours in advance.
2. Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
Mandarin Oriental KL has curated three feast-worthy iftar sets with dishes like lamb varuval, Ipoh kari laksa, ketam masak lemak, assorted Nyonya kuih, and so much more for your picking. You can also shop its Raya hampers which brim with an assortment of sugary treats courtesy of head pastry chef Anthony Hoyle. Browse its full Ramadan and Raya delivery menu here.
Place your orders here at least 12 hours in advance. Available daily until 23 May from 10am to 5pm.
3. Pullman KLCC
Pulman KLCC has rolled out two iftar sets – the Kampung Set (for two) and the Sedap Set (for three) – with the option of adding on an additional pax at RM45 per person. It’s also introduced a special menu just for sahur, a welcome option when cooking up a storm in the wee hours feels like the last thing on your mind. Browse the menus here.
Place your orders here. Available daily till 23 May.
4. Sheraton Petaling Jaya
Feeling nostalgic about missing out on the bazaar experience this year? Sheraton Petaling Jaya has recreated all Ramadan bazaar staples like satay, pengat durian and roti john. Depending on the size of your iftar crowd, you can opt for its set feasts or ala carte dishes. Prices start from RM35.
Call +603-76228888 to place your orders. Available from May 2 to May 23.
5. Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur
Too bleary-eyed in the mornings to prepare sahur for the family? Intercontinental KL has a Sunset Souk To-Go promotion which delivers both sahur and iftar to you. There are classic Malay favourites like Ayam Goreng Kunyit, Ikan Asam Pedas, and an assortment of sweet treats you can look forward to. More details here.
Call 03-2782 6000 o or WhatsApp 016-202 4623. Large orders must be placed at least a day in advance. Bookings are available daily till 18 May.
6. The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur
The Majestic Hotel KL’s Contango Kitchen is whipping up all your favourite Malay recipes like satay for appetizers, Udang Masak Lemak Tempoyak for mains and mouthwatering desserts that range from your traditional kuih-muih variety and pulut hitam to an indulgent bread and butter pudding.
Place your orders here at least 12 hours in advance. Orders for Raya treats are applicable till 23 May.
7. The Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur
If The Ritz-Carlton KL’s Ramadan feast tastes like a nostalgic slice of home, it’s because the entire menu is crafted around time-tested, generations-old recipes shared by the chefs’ very own grandmothers. Classic Malay dishes like the Nasi Bukhari Ayam Tradisional and Ikan Bakar Asam Pedas won’t disappoint.
Call or WhatsApp 018-929 2174 to arrange for a delivery or place your orders here. Available daily till 23 May, orders must be placed between 10am and 3pm.
8. Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
Choose from Le Meridien KL’s six iftar set menus, which feature mouthwatering nosh like a lamb vindaloo, beef rendang with coconut flakes, bubur lambuk, and more. All sets come with Tunisian dates to accompany your hearty meals!
Call 03-2263 7543 or 012-215 8782 to place your orders. Available daily till 23 May.
9. Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral
If a day’s worth of fasting has got you longing for a bowl of fiery, creamy Indonesian curry, Aloft KL’s Ramadan fare is your best bet. Its main restaurant, Makan Yuk! at Nook, is whipping up classic Indonesian dishes like Daging Sapi Gonso and Ayam Bakar Ingkung that’ll hit all the right spots.
Call 03-2723 1188 to place your orders. Available daily from 7am to 9pm.
10. Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur
Four Seasons KL has introduced a new home delivery and takeout service just in time for Ramadhan. Classic Malay dishes like a Beef Short-Rib Rendang, Udang Sambal Petai, Ayam Masak Merah, prepared by Chef Muhd Mujtahid Lukman are just some of the tantalising offerings you can enjoy. Browse the full menu here.
Call 03-2382 8888 or WhatsApp 017-238 9670 to place your orders. Available daily from 9am to 6pm.
11. Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Shangri-La KL has three different delivery menus this Ramadan: The Feast (RM40 per pax), The Horizon (RM60 per pax) and The Shangri-La (RM80 per pax) which has everything from Malay kuih muih, chicken kapitan with potatoes, fish head curry, and more.
Call 03-2074 3900 or WhatsApp 019-390 2257 to arrange for pickup or delivery. Available daily till May 23, orders must be placed between 10am and 4pm.
12. Eastin Kuala Lumpur
Create your perfect iftar meal with Eastin KL’s Ramadan sets, which can cater for up to six. You’d be spoiled for choice by the wide selection of appetisers, soups, mains, and desserts prepared by executive chef Dennie Yudi Samsuardi and his team.
Call or WhatsApp 016-262 2070 to place your orders.
13. De.Wan 1958
While you may not be able to break your fast at De.Wan 1958 right now, you can still enjoy Chef Wan’s signature dishes through the restaurant’s new home delivery service, Ramadan Feast in a Box. Buffet sets start from RM58+ per person.
Place your orders here. Orders must be made a day in advance by 3pm.