Where To ‘Buka Puasa’ During Ramadan

With Ramadan just around the corner, it’s time to be on the search for yummy places to reward yourself after a spiritual day of fasting!


When selecting for a buka puasa place, one should not only be on the look out for good food; the place should also be comfortable for gatherings. After all, the month of Ramadhan should be a time spent together with loved ones.

Now, we understand that there are tons of Ramadhan dining options available out there (trust us; we’re on the look out too!). So, to aide you in your quest for the most sumptuous feast, here are some places where you can break fast with your family and friends!


NOSH at Bangsar

Penne Lamb Rendang
Photo Source: NOSH

In light of the upcoming Ramadhan, Raya & Merdeka Day celebrations, NOSH has created a few specials to tantalize our taste buds and well, to celebrate being Malaysian!

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like:
Calamari Cucumber Salad – crisp cucumbers and zesty grapefruit pieces go beautifully together with crispy calamari rings in NOSH’s version of ‘nam jim’.
Grilled Kurau fish – well seasoned Ikan Kurau fillet that’s served with spinach and yellow lenthil dhal and grilled vegetables
Penne Lamb – a fusion delight comprising of the infamous lamb rending and al-dante penne pasta
Bubur Cacar Panna Cotta – creamy panna cotta served with bubur cacar condiments and palm sugar syrup
Pandan Delicio Cake – fluffy pandan sponge cakes with sweet Gula Melaka buttercream.

NOSH, you guys have outdone yourselves again! These specials would be available for the months of July and August. For our review on their previous ‘Sweet On NOSH’ menu, visit here


The Apartment at The Curve or KLCC

The Apartment_The Curve interior
Photo Source: The Apartment

The Apartment’s “An Oasis of Delights” is back again! This buffet promotion offers a spread of traditional Malay cuisine, some western favorites and different types of freshly carved meat.

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like: Masak Lemak Perut & Rebung, Ikan Asam Pedas, Seafood Pie, Warm Chocolate Pudding and Bubur pengat pisang. A notable mention would be their Nasi Hujan Panas; a colorful dish that has subtle taste of herbs.

The Apartment’s buffet will be available daily from 10th July to 8th August, 6:30pm – 9pm. Prices range from RM64.90 onwards and children below 12 enjoy a special rate of RM26.90++.


Vasco’s at Hilton, Kuala Lumpur

Vasco's Buka Puasa Feast
Photo Source: Vasco’s

Vasco’s at Hilton Kuala Lumpur is a newly opened all-day-dining restaurant conducted by a talented team of award winning chefs (Chef Hashrul, Chef de Cuisine & Chef Faizal, Senior Sous Chef). With familiar ‘buka puasa’ dishes, more than 30 types of local ‘ulam’ and ‘Kerabu,’ and an Indian Specialty corner with a variety of North-South delicacies; diners are definitely spoilt for choices! The fact that they have a ‘Teppanyaki Ice Cream station’ is pretty cool too!

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like: Ayam Masak Merah ‘Bentanyan,’ Special Ayam Golek, Ayam Perchik ‘Terengganu,’ and Roasted Whole Lamb.

The Kampung Vasco’s Buka Puasa Buffet is priced at RM139++ per adult and RM69.50++ per child. If you’re a Hilton Premier Club Cardholder, you’d be entitled to a 10% discount during weekdays and 15% discount during weekends! Additionally, CIMB Credit Cardholders get a 10% discount on the total food bill.


Kelantan Delights at Subang Jaya

kelantan delights ramadhan
Photo Source: Kelantan Delights

This entry is Editor-approved! The dishes served at Kelantan Delights are always made sure that they’re well taken care of to showcase great quality and authenticity. Why are their Ramadhan buffets one of the best? As said by these Kelantan experts themselves, the restaurant provides professional service with a smile, extensive menus and convenience for Maghrib prayers with air-conditioned suraus.

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like: Sup Tulang, Kerabu, Daging Bakar, Keropok Lekor, Kerang Bakar, Laksam and Kari Ikan Tenggiri. Kelantan Delights would rotate certain dishes daily for variety. These items include Siput Sedut Masak Lemak, Ikan Keli Berlada and Daging Kulai Kawah.

The buffets are prices at RM99 per adult and RM49 for children below 12 years old. As this is a fairly popular choice, it is advisable to do advance booking.


Photo Source: The BIG Group

Ramadhan Rendezvous by Benquet at Bangsar

For the very first time, The BIG Group will be hosting pop-up dinner buffet at “strEATS” (formally known at Burp!), the revolutionized food court in Bangsar Shopping Complex. Entitled “Ramadhan Rendezvous Dinner Buffet,” the banquet will host mouth-watering traditional and modern Malaysian favorites.

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like: Gado Gado, Eggplant & Okra Sambal, Percik Marinated Chicken Wing with Sauce, Nyonya Curry Laksa, Nasi Kerabu, Baby Red Velvet and Salty Caramel Ice Cream Sundae. 

Additionally, we’d personally recommend their tender and flavorful Beef Rendang and we absolutely love their Teh Tarik!

Prices are RM 70+ for adults and RM 35+ for children who 12 years old and below.


Paya Serai at Hilton, Petaling Jaya

Be prepared to relish your palate with wide an array of ‘balik kampung’ themed quintessential Malay delights, International cuisine and hawker Indian and Chinese food with this well-known and famous Buka Puasa restaurant option.

‘Buka Puasa’ here if you like: Otak-otak, Mutton Curry, Sup Gearbox, ayam percik and Serawa Durian.

Pricings are as such: RM 109++ per guest for the first week of Ramadhan, and RM129++ per guest for the subsequent weeks. It is half the price for children below 12 years old. Additionally, reservations made between now till the 1st of July get special early bird rates!

Jyy Wei

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  1. Just found your write up! Thanks for recommending us :) Please let us know when you are available so we can have you over at the restaurant to enjoy the food.

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