Chefs whip up fresh, authentic Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes in the market-style Pasar Baru restaurant.
The flavourful melting pot that is Malaysian cuisine, renowned throughout Southeast Asia, is on show at Pasar Baru, a delightful and delicious celebration of the country’s delicious, authentic delicacies.
Inspired by the fun and flavour of Malaysia’s lively street food markets, here guests can meander and pick and choose from live cooking stations serving up fresh-made Indian and Malay curries, Chinese wok stir-fries and Tandoori dishes. That is, if they can pull themselves away from the buffet and appetisers delivered fresh from the kitchen. Local-recipe drinks are the perfect accompaniment but the crowning glory has got to be the heaving dessert table, which of course has traditional cendol – a concoction of rice-flour noodles, palm sugar, coconut milk, shaved ice and sweetened red kidney beans – always on offer.
While Pasar Baru salutes Malaysia’s many-cultured cuisine and food-obsessed lifestyle, it also serves Western favourites and makes for a charming breakfast setting. Traditional morning comfort foods, tasty side dishes and breakfast pastries, with rich coffee and aromatic teas selection, start everyone’s day off deliciously.
6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily (temporarily closed till further notice)
Pasar Baru offers a good dining option when you want to try a bit of everything from local to international fare