After a positive experience at Flavours of the Philippines, I was back to taste the flavours of Malaysia. Malaysian food wasn’t such a mystery to me, as Filo food was, and in fact it’s one of my preferred cuisines. I went through a laksa faze back in uni but now I prefer the ‘cleaniness’ of Hainan chicken. Still, I admit I have not tried a lot of their dishes (I am still yet to try char kuey teow) and therefore was keen for this opportunity to fulfill this blackhole.
The options available here was much greater than the Filo buffet, however flavour wise they didn’t seem to be as good as Filo. Unlike last time, I didn’t take a photo of everything and also was much more selective with what I ate. I didn’t go for seconds and am proud to report that wastage at this buffet was minimal.
Unfortunately, of the options I tried, all were rather unmemorable.
They had an impressive dessert spread. My friend and I shared so that we could try one of each. The kuih all became a bit of a blur after the second, different only in colour. They also had build yourself shaved ice.
Flavours of Malaysia is held at the Grace Hotel until 21 October and is available for lunch and dinner.