One must be holy – or at least fortified with strong faith – not to be tempted by the smell and taste of the fantastic buffet spread at Grand Millennium KL. But every Muslim here obeys the laws of the Muslim fast, and the announcement of the end of the fast has not yet been made. Only young children, who cannot understand concepts like communal brotherhood or fasting to purify body and soul, are allowed to eat.
live traditional music and entertainment
At around 7pm, people are already settling down to the tables, done with the evening prayer and are eagerly await the muezzin’s call. At 7:30 P.M., when the muezzin announces the end of the fast, a heavy silence falls over tables. Nobody opens his mouth for any purpose except filling it with food. Anyone who has fasted from 4 A.M. dreams all day about the moment when eating will be permitted again, and about the piles of delicious foods that will appear on his or her table. The desire is great, but the appetite can’t keep up. After many hours of fasting, one can eat only sparingly. But first you open up your appetite with some syrup water, and some lovely plump, juicy dates. Then as you feel your appetite returning, you can really focus on the food at hand.
what a spread.. takes willpower not to dig in yet!
This year the Mill Café ushers in Ramadan with an sumptuous and delectable spread to be savoured with our loved ones, family and friends. The spread is fantastic and the authentic Malay delicacies, succulent barbecue and seafood delights and famous roast lamb is a sight for sore eyes.
massive roast lamb!
Some of the notable dishes include the Chef’s signature dish such as Oven Roasted Whole Lamb served with Rosemary Hollandaise and Mint Sauce, Aneka Gorengan, as well as Nasi Kerabu or Nasi Ulam.
one of the nicest ways to eat rice!
The Germesik buffet line-up offers an extensive selection of traditional Malay dishes and regional specialties, along with appetisers, salads, condiments, breads, soups, main dishes, desserts and refreshments. You will get to feast on Malaysia favourites such as Whole Roasted Lamb, Ayam Panggang Seksyen 8, Kerabu Pucuk Paku Kerang, Daging Goreng a la Kampung and many more.
spoilt for choice
sushi counter.. blinded by sushi!
the Japanese spread is already value for money, not taking into account all the other lush dishes..
grow muscles with mussels!
many spicy dishes to go with your rice
goreng pisang, cempedak goreng, and other tasty deep fried local desserts
the accordion plays on
the kompang keeps things lively
plate after plate of delicious food..
Chef delivers the Cheese Naan..
too full to move, we can only say.. cheese!
desserts are the final course…
Also served daily are Indian Tandoori, Japanese Sushi and Maki Roll, Pizza, Pasta and wide selections of desserts. Be sure to book early, as it can get crowded. The Ramadan buffet at Grand Millennium KL is priced at RM 98 ++ per person.
Early Bird special book before 20th July for RM 72++ per person!
* Early bird entitlement is for guest(s) who have purchased prepaid Ramadan voucher.
Add: The Mill Café 1st Floor, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, Open daily from 6am to 11pm. For reservations, please call +60 3 2117 4163/4164 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . GMKL,
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia T: +60 3 2117 4888 F: +60 3 2142 1441