Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Buffet Ramadan at Holiday Villa Subang

If you're looking for a truly Malay feast this Ramadan, then head on to Holiday Villa Subang to be feast on mouth-watering and sumptuous delights with the best flavours of home. Mommy Jane and Little Angels went for the food review last Friday night to try this out.
The all-day dining at Palm Terrace Coffee House will be offering over 250 authentic tantalising spread of traditional and international dishes prepared by their talented chefs beginning 17th May to 14th June 2018.





The live "goreng-goreng" stall serves piping hot Malaysian crunchy snacks that all locals are familiar with like our "Cempedak Goreng" and sweet potato fritters.
Local Malay kueh, famed pastries, cakes and puddings at the dessert counter is the perfect sweet and creaming ending to our meal.
Do check out their ABC, Cendol, Leng Chee Kang and many more.
The "Selera Anak Rantau" buffet experience is price at RM120 nett per adult and RM74 nett per child below 12 years old and senior citizen. Enjoy 50% discount when you dine-in during the first 3 days and the last 3 days of Ramadan. For early birds, you'll enjoy a 30% discount.




For more information or reservations or enquiries, do visit their website at www.holidayvillahotels.com/malaysia/subang/holiday-villa-subang-selangor or facebook page at www.facebook.com/HolidayVillaSubangMalaysia. You can also contact them at 03-56338788 ext 7211/7201 or email to them at fbrest@holidayvillasubang.com.my.
Check out my video below... 
There are too many choices of dishes for us to choose from. Mommy Jane and Little Angels just picked few of our favourite dishes. We love the hot piping food which was directly cooked and served by the Chefs especially the "Char Kuew Tiau" with lots of fresh prawns. The tarts were crispy and the cakes were delicious. If you're looking for home-cooked Malays traditional food, then Holiday Villa Hotel & Conference Centre Subang will be your choice.



14 comments:

  1. Wowww! Harga dia not bad gak tu. Pilihan makanan yg banyak dan lokasi hotel ni sangat strategik. :)

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    1. Mek Onie, memang best. We are spoilt with choices.

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  2. Tu dia.. Dah start puasa ni. Mesti ramai akan sibuk mencari tempat nak gather berbuka bersama. Boleh masuk dalam wishlist yang ni.

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    1. Yanty, do enjoy your buka puasa with all the delicious food.

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  3. I bet some of us have all planned where to eat throughout this holy month hahaha. I am still looking out for reasonably-priced buffet that serves great kampung style food, just like Holiday Villa.

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    1. Rawlins, I love their kampung style too that makes us feel like dining a home.

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  4. Bestnya makanan dia.I ada banyak list for berbuka now hahaha the price pun not bad and menu pun banyak.now dah bulan puasa I lapar tengok makanan

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    1. Shesyira, sorry ya dengan photo yang menyebabkan you rasa lapar pada bulan puasa ini. Do try this out ya.

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  5. Masakan2 panas2 dr kuali tu yummy.. Meriah . Kambing bakar mesti ada di mana2 buffet ramadhan ..fav.. Ramai yg akan serbu kambing dulu

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    1. Mama Tisya, kambing is our favourite too and love their style of serving the hot pipping food on the spot.

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  6. wow banyak yer pilihan. ada 250 dish yang terhidang di Buffet Ramadan holiday villa subang. Sangat berbaloi dengan harga!

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    1. Huda, memang banyak pilihan. I pun tak dapat nak rasa ksemuanya.

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  7. I suka lah cara masak tu. Banyak dish masak pakai periuk kawah, itu yang buat sedap.

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    1. Zayani, agreed with you. I really love my food to be serve at big wok. The taste is indeed different.

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