BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
Savour the crusty, chewy pieces of lamb coated in Pakistani-styled sauce, with several other dishes spread across the table to break your fasts at Anjung Saujana’s sungkai buffet this year.
Lined inside the airport-based restaurant are six stalls each dedicated to serve Bruneian favourites including Ambuyat and Rojak, as well as other Asian delights such as Sushis, Murtabaks and Ais Kacang.
On top of its main courses, Anjung Saujana also offer clients a chance to delve into the tenderness of its specially-made desserts consisting of Malay kuehs, puddings, tarts and ice-creams.
Regarding the selection of food, Junior Sous Chef Farina Afida Pehin Datu Panglima Colonel (Rtd) Hj Abdul Jalil said Anjung Saujana has a four-cycle menu which is rotated everyday until the end of Ramadhan.
“Each cycle consisted of 12 main dishes with more than 20 assorted desserts, which is rotated everyday until the end of the fasting month,” she said.
“While I recommend our specialty Lamb Barakah, I would also suggest clients to try our Western food line-ups which have always been a hit in every of our food events,” she added.
Along with its move to introducing new menus each year, Chef Farina Afida said Anjung Saujana is also pushing for several fusion dishes out into its menu – with the Ramadhan promotion now seeing the introduction of its Beef Rendang Lasagna and Tomyam Lasagna.
“We will see how well the reception for these new dishes are by the end of Ramadhan, but what we want to show is that we don’t just stick to one type of cuisine – we strive to implement something different to delight our customers each year,” Chef Farina Afida said.
“But we genuinely hoped that our clients will love what we have to offer to them,” she added.
Anjung Saujana’s sungkai spread is priced at $28.90 per adult and $14.90 per children. Alongside this, the restaurant is also opening up its sahur promotion, where customers can enjoy its buffet line-up starting 9pm to 1am with only $12.90 per adult and $7.90 per children.