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Sungkai at The Atrium Cafe.

One of my favorite venue to breakfast. It’s comfy even when there is a big crowd and the food selection is wonderful. This year they also have Ramadhan stalls are also available at level one with various choices of malay kueh sampler, mezze sampler and Ramadhan drinks open from 6pm to 11pm. It’s a good place to just hang-out with friends & families.

The Sungkai Buffet cost $28 per adult and $14 per child. For reservations or further enquiries please call 2418888. More photos here.

Sungkai at Da’Mammamia Pizzeria. Different from others. No buffet here. Only discounts depending how much you order.

Ramadhan special offer;

  • $40 = 15% off 
  • $41-$60 = 20% off  
  • $61-$100 = 25% off 
  • $101 and above = 30% off

I recommend the Family Pizza. Its half meter long and has 3 different toppings of your choice. Only $33. Dishes are freshly prepared so you’ll be sure to get it off the stove.

More photos here.

All good at I-Lotus. I think it’s more than four years in a row now that I’ve never missed a Sungkai session at I-Lotus. Food choice is simply a lot and the quality is consistently good. So that’s why you must always make your reservations as this place is always packed.

Their Hot Plate Grill is probably their most popular part of the buffet. You can choose from crabs, prawns, stingrays and fish to be freshly cooked for you. You can also have various fried items, soup noodles (must try tom yam), rojak and desserts such as ABC and local cakes too. And there is even so much more. I doubt it if one can try every single one of them in one sitting.

And all this for only B$16.80 (Adult) and B$9.80 (Child). So it is not surprising to see the Chinese community frequenting the Sungkai buffet too. Besides Sungkai buffet, I-Lotus also offers Sahur Steamboat Buffet (1030pm-1am) at B$11.80 (Adult) and B$7.80 (Child).

I think Tasek Brasseire at Radisson Hotel serves just the right amount of items on it’s Sungkai buffet. Must try dishes would be the Sup Kambing Berempah, Pais Ikan, Traditional Bubuk Lambok Kambing , Roti Potato Masala and (my personal favorite), Whole Lamb marinated Arabian Style.

It’s definitely value for money. They also served Satay, BBQ Chicken/Lamb/Fish and also Mee Rebus. There is a free flow of cordial/soft drinks and of course it wouldn’t be complete without some Teh Tarek to enjoy the delicious desserts with. I truly enjoyed the experience.  

The Sungkai buffet is available from 6pm-1030pm and cost B$23 (plus 10% service charge) per person. I’m there is 10 paying adults on one receipt, the 11th is free. You can also make use of their Mutiara Ballroom if you have a group of more than 30 persons breaking fast. For reservations, you can call 2244272. 

Secret Recipe Ramadhan Specials

Yes that’s right! 50% discount on all menu items which includes their very popular dishes like the award winning Irish Lamb Stew, Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup and Noodle in Tom Yung Kung. This will be ONLY for the 1st day of Ramadhan. So go ahead, better reserve your seats now.

If you can’t make it for that, don’t worry. They are also running special promos throughout Ramadhan.

For those who prefer a wider range of menu, they are offering a 10% discount is given for those who spend over B$50 and 20% discount for those spending over B$100. In addition, they are also giving away a 20% discount on any whole order of their famous cakes including a specially designed cake for the Hari Raya celebrations. DST Cardmembers, HSBC Credit Card holders are also entitled for a 10% discount on any purchase of their regular price items.