Gather your foodie gang and head to the brand new Lemon Garden at the Shangri-La Hotel for a true feast of feasts. With a massive array of everything you can think of in a newly revamped ambiance designed by Bond Design Studio Inc from Japan, the buffet features all local and international specialties with a surfeit of delicious cuisine from all over the world. Reopened on the 27TH Febuarry 2017 after four months of renovation, now is the perfect time to leave the stress of planning a family gathering or any occasion for that matter of fact and let the Lemon Garden pamper you with the selection of quality food choices.
Sticking to the traditional buffet practices, feel free to browse and hop around from stations to stations. Their highlight is most probably the fresh seafood station. With fresh and delicious sea harvest like the scallops, crabs, prawns, mussels, sashimi or oysters, you can almost smell the scent of ocean at every bite of any of these. I am absolutely impressed with the freshness of these amazing selections.
The Asian kitchen has plenty of authentic dishes we are all familiar with. Signature dishes representing all ethic culture spread elegantly for international travelers, especially when they serve up the most diverse range: from sushi to Indian curries, and satays to chinese pohpiah, as well as just about everything in between. Chinese brunch tapas comprising various dumplings and that double boiled black chicken with ginseng soup cannot be any more tempting than it already is.
If Chinese food isn’t your cup of tea, this is kinda like a little food paradise featuring international cities like London or New York City with upscale assortment of lavish dishes all under one roof so there ought to be something you’ll like.
Let’s not skip those absolute decadent looking of interational and local desserts ranging from your cakes and crepes to waffles and tarts, and kuih and ice kacang to ice creams and chocolate fountains; all of which are stylishly displayed at their refreshed galore display.
What I have here is probably less than one third of what’s offered. Take a quick look at this one on my snap videos and hopefully there is a better idea of Lemon Garden’s new look.
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Shangri La Hotel Kuala Lumpur is located at:
11, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
Kuala Lumpur, 50250.
Daily: 6 am- 11:30pm
Book a table at: https://www.shangri-la.com/hotels/shangri-la-hotel-kuala-lumpur/dining/
Additional Information (thank me for this so you can eat well without blowing the budget):
International Lunch Buffet
Monday – Friday (12noon – 2.30pm)
RM 128 nett (adult), RM 64 nett (child)
Saturday (12noon – 3pm)
RM 148 nett (adult), RM 74 nett (child)
International Sunday Brunch
Sunday (12noon – 3pm)
RM 168 nett (adult), RM 84 nett (child)
International Dinner Buffet
Sunday – Thursday (6.30pm – 10.30pm)
RM 158 nett (adult), RM 79 nett (child)
Seafood Dinner Buffet
Friday – Saturday (6.30pm – 10.30pm)
RM 208 nett (adult), RM104 nett (child)
Sunday Champagne Brunch (inclusive of 1 bottle of Veuve Cliquot per person)
Sunday (12noon – 3pm)
RM 488 nett (adult)
For reservations or more information, call (03) 2074 3904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.