Restaurant Review :- Ramadhan Buffet at Grand Lexis Port Dickson

Aneka Rasa Ramadhan Buffet at Duyung Restaurant

Every year during the Holy Month of Ramadhan, most hotels or food outlets will set up buffets for the Muslim guest and friends to break fast to. Some hotels like to have theme dinners like P. Ramlee, Balik Kampung and so on. The reason I like going to Ramadhan Buffets is the same as why I like to go to the Bazaar Ramadhan. There is always new food to taste as most hotels will showcase their best and try to be different from the rest.
This year I went to the Grand Lexis Port Dickson to sample their Ramadhan Fare. The buffet was served in the Duyung Restaurant, which is quite small. So if you intend to bring a large group, you better make reservations. There are a lot of varieties to choose from.

There’s a large table loaded with all types of salads, ulam, sambal and appetizers. For the cold drinks there are seven types to choose from. They have even added the Chocolate Milk for the kids. For dessert or something sweet to open the fast with there’s lots of kuih, jelly, pastries and even a chocolate fountain.
For the Main course you will have about 12 dishes to choose from with has something of everything. From Western Dishes, Chinese Dishes and Malay Dishes. There was even Vegetable Tempura on the buffet.

This is not the end. Walk outside and you will find stalls of Noodle Soup, Murtabak, Satay, Ikan Bakar, Roasted Lamb, Banana Fritters and a cook to order pasta station.

A must try is their Nyonya Assam Pedas. Not too spicy but very nice.

A point to note their Ramadhan Buffet ends on the 28th July 2013. Priced at RM88.00 nett adults and RM43.00 nett child.

Duyung Restaurant
Grand Lexis Port Dickson
Batu 2 Jalan Seremban, 71000, Negeri Sembilan
Telephone number: – 06 653 2000

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