Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Selera Warisan Nusantara @ Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA

Visits to KLIA was always about going overseas, homecoming or farewells. This Ramadhan, there is another reason to visit KLIA- to have fun exploring stall after stall of dishes from the Malay Archipelago! Overlooking planes from the nearby airport is indeed cool while breaking fast. Check out Sama-sama Hotel's Selera Warisan Nusantara, providing guests with gastronomic delights full of Asian character.
Now there is another reason to go KLIA
If  you arrive by bus like I did, take the buggy to reach the hotel although it only takes a 5-minute walk
Sama-sama Hotel KLIA
The large compound in the open air
The hotel's decoration took inspiration from the traditional kampung atmosphere and erected elevated platforms as the pangkin and batik motives.
Fresh sugar cane 
Who can resist the Street Kambing Golek
Or the Ikan Bakar
Tandoori Stall to satisfy those with an appetite for Indian food that day
At the porch, diners can feast to a carousel of live cooking stalls such as Satay, Ikan Bakar and Indian Tandoori stall. The best highlight would be at the barbeque stall which features Street Kambing Golek that is served with sauce choices of Black Pepper, Mushroom, BBQ and Rosemary.
For fans of the oriental noodles
Dip away at the Lok lok stall
Satay stall
Durian runtuh!
Free flow of durians
You wont stay yellow and fleshy for long!
Durian enthusiasts can crack as many durians at the designated stall. Sooth the body heat with some coconut water or sugar cane juice!
Enough variety to quench your thirst according to your mood
The garden beside the dining hall
Ghazal music by Suara-suara Otai
Those looking for a more cooling atmosphere in the air conditioning call
Malaysian delights
From the neighbouring country, Indonesia
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Visit Thailand and taste the beloved street food dish, Goi Krapao and the Malaysian street dishes like Red Snapper in Okra Curry. Try your luck also on the Beef Cooked with Bird's Eye Chilli.
The traditional bubur lambuk
The soup ekor will make you ask for doubles!
Malaysian dessert
Local condiments to spruce our dishes
Kerisik for some texture
How can we go without the good old ikan masin
Fresh fruits fashionably in baskets
Dried dates, customary during the Ramadhan month
Sama-sama Hotel capable of pastry desserts too
Tartlets and chocolate mousse
Nothing is more local than the Malaysian rojak
Apam balik, ice kacang, ice cream kampung are all available
Create your own ice kacang!
Sweet tooths will find a delectable display of sweet treats featuring Black Forest cakes, apam balik, local kuihs, ice kacang, ice cream kampung and ice cream potong!
A buffet spread with character
The Selera Warisan Nusantara fast-breaking buffet is available all throughout the season from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Priced at RM135 nett per person on weekdays and RM99 nett per person on weekends the culinary brigade at the hotel also offers gourp bookings of 50 persons and above or Ramadhan banquet. This will be allocated in the hotel's various function rooms for a more private and affectionate dining affair.

For more information and reservatinos, contact 03-8787333 or email sales@samasamahotels.com

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