Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur

This article is part of my Ramadan 2020 compilation.

Special thanks to Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur for extending this food review invitation.

Despite having visited Royale Chulan Penang on multiple occasions, this is our first visit to Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur. As the flagship property of Royale Chulan Hotels & Resorts, this 5-star hotel awes arriving guests with its majestic grandeur.
Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur is home to several fine restaurants. For instance, the award-winning Bunga Emas Restaurant serves Malay cuisine in a fine-dining setting. Today, Bunga Emas Restaurant serves as the venue of the Citarasa Nusantara 2020 media preview. The actual buffets during Ramadan will be served at Taman Mahsuri Courtyard instead.
Royale Chulan is expecting a daily turnout of over 1,000 people during Ramadan. Therefore, the hotel will be serving more than 10 whole goats for Kambing Golek every day. For the purpose of today's preview, only a leg is prepared.
Otak-Otak Wellington is essentially otak-otak (spicy snack made of ground fish and tapioca) wrapped in puff pastry. Although not my personal favorite, this fusion dish is intriguing nevertheless.
Nasi Lemak Viral is back by popular demand. The coconut-infused rice is served with chicken curry and sambal telur puyuh (chili paste with quail eggs). The sambal is well prepared indeed.
Bihun Sup Utara is a popular dish from the northern state of Kedah. The rich soup is prepared from beef and spices, making it is tasty to the last drop. Bihun Sup Utara is served with yellow rice vermicelli, diced beef, beef tendon and tofu.
Lontong Samudera is an Indonesian dish of rice cakes with a creamy broth called soto. The dish typically comes with hard-boiled eggs and serunding kelapa (shredded coconut).
Ful was originally from the Middle East but it is now widely enjoyed in Johor. The stew is a mixture of ground meat and broad beans. Royale Chulan's Kacang Pool Wak Seman is served with scrambled eggs and bread.
Moving to Cucur-Cucur, diners may savor deep-fried food items like soft shell crabs, cucur udang (prawn fritters) and cucur jagung (corn fritters).
The kerabu section has an interesting assortment of Malay-style salads. Notable choices are kerabu daging (beef salad), kerabu ayam (chicken salad), kerabu sotong (squid salad), kerabu mangga (mango salad) and kerabu kacang botol (winged bean salad).
Interestingly, the buffet has a Lok Lok section with more than a dozen types of yong tau foo to choose from. Food is cooked by blanching in boiling water for several minutes.
And finally for desserts, delight your palate with sweet confections like fruit jellies, mousses, puddings, Malay kuih and Western pastries. As for durian lovers, Serawa Durian is prepared.
Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur serves Citarasa Nusantara 2020 every evening from 25 April 2020 to 23 May 2020. The full menu covers more than 1,000 ingredients, including over 150 items for ais kacang alone. Customers can take advantage of early bird prices from now until 19 April 2020.
Name: Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur
Address: 5, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 03-2688-9639
Business hours: 7:00pm-10:00pm
Website: https://www.royalechulan.com/kualalumpur
Coordinates: 3.14929 N, 101.71700 E
Directions: Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur is situated at Jalan Conlay, near the road's intersection with Jalan Stonor. Citarasa Nusantara 2020 is served at Taman Mahsuri Courtyard. Dining customers can get their parking tickets validated to get flat parking rate of RM10.00 per entry.

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