Parkcity Everly Hotel offers ‘Ramadan at Pavillion’ buffet

MIRI: Mirians wanting to enjoy varieties of mouth-watering dishes when breaking their fast this Ramadan are invited to try out Parkcity Everly Hotel’s ‘Ramadan at Pavillion’ buffet promotion.

Diners can start their fast breaking at the grilled seafood section which features sardines, prawns, stingray and various other fish as well as seafood.

There is also the Mongolian Hot Plate section serving vegetables and other raw food which once selected, will be prepared by the Chef on duty on the hot plate. For Japanese food lovers, they can try out the Teppanyaki corner.

A variety of chicken dishes are also served at the buffet promotion. There are grilled chicken, steamed chicken, Cajun chicken and other chicken menus to tickle your taste buds.

Local favourites at the buffet include lamb bryani, mutton curry, Penang fish head curry, Sarawak laksa, fritters and more.

To complement the food, diners can opt for a selection of drinks such as teh tarik, air bandung, chendol and laici just to name a few.

The buffet is available from Sundays to Thursdays at RM42 per adult and RM2 per child and from Fridays to Saturdays at RM63 per adult and RM30 per child.

Among those present at the launching of the buffet promotion last Wednesday were Sibuti MP Ahmad Lai Bujang, Miri Resident Anthonio Kahti Galis, political secretary to the Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water Dato Sebastian Ting and head chef of Parkcity Everly Hotel Miri Chef Alyson Richard.

This promotion is available until Aug 19.

For more information on the promotion and reservation, the public can contact the hotel’s restaurant at 085-440271 or 085-440288.

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