Buffet Ala Bazaar at Pulai Springs

Break your fast at the Buffet Ala Bazaar at Pulai Springs Resort this Ramadan with a sumptuous spread in a veritable Ramadan bazaar.

A section of the sneak peek into the
Buffet Ala Bazaar spread
Executive Chef Ian Lim has designed six mouth-watering Buffet Ala Bazaar menus that will be presented in rotation at the Gleneagles Terrace Restaurant from June 6 to July 4, 2016.

A sneak peek into the menus revealed how the kitchen team is all set to serve an exciting spread, complete with all the trimmings for the meaningful month of Ramadan.  From fancy fruit carvings, gravies served in earthen pots, live cooking stations to cakes designed like mosques, the buffet table seemed to be groaning under the beautifully presented meal!

Diners can look forward to savouring more than 100 dishes of buka puasa favourites from local salads, pickles, meat, poultry, seafood, to barbecue and carving stations.  To taste something extraordinary Look out for an array of hot and spicy dishes in the Middle Eastern, Thai and Peranakan food corners and cool down with delightful desserts and free-flow of selected drinks.

Lamb Soup Gearbox served in an earthen pot
Treat yourself to the lamb Soup Gearbox or Soup Daging (beef), a delicious broth rich with herbs and spices, and don’t forget to ask for a straw to suck up all that marrow!

Asam Pedas Johor made with Ikan Pari or ray fish, is a main course item to enjoy with white rice.  Other local favourites include Ayam Percik, Kambing Kuzi, Ikan Merah Lemak Cili Padi, Daging Salai dengan Air Asam and Kepah Masak Bercili.

Some popular Peranakan dishes in the spread include Chicken Curry Kapitan and Daging Rendang Peranakan.  Other local favourites on the menu are Penang Laksa, Penang Fried Kway Teow, Kacang Pool, Roti John and a range of rice dishes like Seafood Briyani, Nasi Kabsa and Nasi Bukhari and Malacca Chicken Rice Balls served with chicken and tasty condiments.
A carved fruit display in the dessert section
Fans of fried chicken can savour a choice of flavoured chicken from a stall solely devoted to serving freshly fried chicken.  Here’s where diners can choose from Ayam Goreng Rangup, Ayam Goreng Rangka, Pedal Ayam Goreng and Hati Ayam Goreng.

To strike a balance in the breaking-of-fast meal, the spread has a range of fresh greens like ulam-ulam kampong with a choice of traditional sambal sauces.  In addition to piquant pickles, there are also appetizing Malaysian and Thai salads like mango kerabu, beef kerabu, seafood kerabu and eggplant kerabu with sambal ikan bilis.

Executive Chef Ian Lim in action
at a live cooking station!
All this can be washed down with Teh Tarik or Malaysian pulled tea.  To end the meal sweetly diners can choose from fresh fruits to a range of local and western desserts.  Besides cakes and pastries, there are bazaar favourites like nostalgic frozen sticks of “ice-cream Malaysia,” shaved ice mountains or ABC, ice-cream potong and chendol.  Don’t miss traditional desserts like Bubur Durian Kacang Hijau.

Diners who break their fast here are assured of the convenience of a designated room for their Maghrib prayers.

Prices for the Buffet Ala Bazaar are RM105 per adult and RM52.50 per child.  Early bird diners with reservations made from June 6 to 13, enjoy a special rate of RM90 per adult.  For every nine (9) full paying adults, one dines free (Not valid with other discount schemes.) 

Diners can buy their dining vouchers from now till June 5 and save RM20 per person.  The pre-purchased vouchers are priced at only RM85 per adult and RM42.50 per child.

For more info and reservations for the Buffet Ala Bazaar, Tel: 607 – 521 2121 or email: enquiry@pulaisprings.com

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