Break your fast with a delectable spread of Asian dishes at Parkview Hotel, featuring over 30 hot and cold food items to choose from.

Priced at $25 per adult, $13 per child (6 – 11 years old) and $20 for senior citizens (above 60 years old), the hotel’s first-ever Ramadhan buffet comprises of main courses, appetisers, desserts, dim sum as well as live cook stations for ambuyat, noodle and meat carving.

The humble menu which rotates every three days is specially curated by its head chef Hazwani Zulkiflee ensuring that patrons are served with quality comfort food every time.

Parkview Hotel’s head chef, Hazwani Zulkiflee, seen preparing to cook pasta for patrons. Image: Analisa Amu
A patron seen waiting for his turn to have some daging bakar. Image: Analisa Amu

Upon entering the Jerudong-based hotel’s restaurant located on the M Floor, one will be welcomed by the aromatic atmosphere and eye-catching festive wooden stalls that custom-made just for the sungkai reception.

Starting with the live carving station on the left side of the restaurant hall, a staff is seen slicing tender pieces of Daging Bakar or roasted beef. Topped the slices with a dash of either spicy soya or tamarind sauce for some flavourful kicks.

Thinly sliced daging bakar. Image: Analisa Amu
One of Parkview Hotel’s dishes, the Chicken Ginger Scallion. Image: Analisa Amu

Next to it is a live cook station for noodle. The chef sometimes would have the bolognaise pasta and aglio olio or the Brunei soto, all cooked and prepared fresh on the spot.

The main courses are what most people look forward to for breaking of the fast must-haves. The scrumptious dishes are such as Chicken Ginger Scallion, Tumis Sayur Labu with Cangkuk Manis, Ikan Tenggiri 3 Rasa, Singapore Chilli Seafood and Beancurd with Minced Chicken, among others.

One of Parkview Hotel’s dishes, Singapore Chilli Seafood. Image: Analisa Amu
One of Parkview Hotel’s dishes, the Original Siew Mai. Image: Analisa Amu

Furthermore, the hotel updates their menu everyday prior to sungkai time, making it easier for customers to decide what they want to have for dinner.

As sides for the mains, patrons will also get to have Satay Goreng Ayam and Daging, Ambuyat with Daging Urat Tumis and Pakis condiments, Siew Mai, Fried Wanton and Pandan Pau, to name a few.

Some of the patrons at Parkview Hotel’s sungkai. Image: Analisa Amu
Patrons seen taking some desserts. Image: Analisa Amu

Perfect your main with some desserts and there is always room for that. Cleanse your palate with some Bubur Cha Cha, Seri Muka, ABC, Bubur Kacang Hijau and Bread Butter Pudding or if you prefer simple delights, there is also ice cream which you can scoop as much as you want.

Although there is an array of food selections, make sure that you do not waste any food. The hotel charges patrons with $3 for every 100g wastage.

Image: Analisa Amu
Freshly cooked pasta by Parkview Hotel’s head chef. Image: Analisa Amu

What’s even better, diners comprising of 10 pax and above are entitled with 10 per cent off their total bill while BIBD cardholders will also enjoy some discounts.

To make your reservations at the comfortable and spacious venue, call them at 2611999/8 or text them on WhatsApp at 7377633.

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The steamed sago gula melaka. Image: Analisa Amu
One of Parkview Hotel’s desserts, the ABC. Image: Analisa Amu

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