10 places that are delivering buka puasa meals this Ramadan

Find dining options to break fast with the family, and support local restaurants while you’re at it.

Executive sous chef Budiman and his team from Latest Recipe at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur have whipped up six Santapan Muhibbah set menus (Photo: Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur)

More restaurants are pivoting to takeouts and contactless deliveries to make up for lost businesses. While it’s not the kind of service with a smile that the hospitality and F&B industries pride themselves on, restaurants in the city continue to serve customers in the best way they can — by bringing a sliver of joy to their home and families especially during this festive season. Here are ten eateries with varying budgets and food options to observe this quiet but meaningful Ramadan. 


Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur
This festive period, treat your loved ones to a memorable Shangri-La dining experience from the comfort of your own home with the hotel’s traditional Sajian Istimewa spread. There are three menus to choose from — The Feast, The Horizon and The Shangri-La — with varying dishes such as Kari Kepala Ikan, Ayam Kapitan Berkentang, Daging Masak Rendang Pedas and Nasi Biryani Kambing, paired with Malay Kuih Muih, Tunisia dates, Ulam-Ulaman Kampung, tropical fruits and cakes. For those who prefer something lighter, go for the à la carte instead.

Minimum order of three persons is required for delivery. Free delivery for orders within 5KM of the hotel. Menu starts from RM40 nett per person. View order form here. To order, call 03 2074 3900 or WhatsApp 019 390 2257. Daily, 10am-4pm.


Hilton Kuala Lumpur
Putting a fun spin to your Raya celebrations, Hilton Hotels in Malaysia launches “Chup! Makan Dulu”, a playful take on “chup” that reminds us to pause and sit back. Participating restaurants include Makan Kitchen, Vasco’s, Paya Serai, Garden Grille, Urban Kitchen and Waterfront Cafe, which will serve an array of kampung-style dishes as well as the hotel’s famous Bubur Lambuk Pak Pander and Sup Berempah Pak Deli. 

Menus are available on TABLEAPP delivery page. Pick-up and delivery, 8am-8pm daily. Set menu from RM30 to RM1,650. Promotion until May 23. 


InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
Serena Brasserie’s Sunset Souk To Go takes the hassle out of your dinner prep, offering family set meals that include traditional fare such as serunding ayam, ayam bakar, roti John ayam and rendang daging. The hotel also has your Raya celebration planned out, should the MCO be lifted by the end of May. Host a private banquet dinner with the hotel’s Sinar Raya catering package, which also comes with complimentary vouchers for a one-night weekend stay in the luxurious Grand Premier room. 

Buffet in a box for two pax, from RM55. Until May 23. Sinar Raya package booking period until June 17. Order the Sunset Souk To Go package here or call 03 2782 6000.


The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur
To put together the quintessential buka puasa feast, the hotel whips up a smorgasbord of nostalgic dishes as well as updated classics that are worth exploring including ikan cencaru bakar bersumbat kelapa, udang masak lemak tempoyak, satay warisan ayam dan daging as well as kek batik Oreo for dessert. Diners can also choose from three packages, starting from RM40 nett per person. 

Minimum of four persons is required for complimentary delivery up to 10km; otherwise RM20 is charged. Order via 018 929 2174. See the full menu here. Daily, 10am-3pm; delivery, 5-7pm.


De.Wan 1958
If choices are what you’re looking for, the Chef Wan-helmed De.Wan won’t disappoint as the restaurant introduces a different menu each week during the month of Ramadan. If you don’t have 10 pax to make up the minimum order for its Ramadan Feast in a Box promo (RM58 per pax), opt for the Family (RM189) set that feeds up to five people instead. Choose from a rotation of signature dishes such as daging kerutup Chef Wan, kambing masala, ayam hitam manis and ikan bakar with air asam.

Book here or call 010 207 0383. Orders must be made one day in advance before 3pm. 


EQ Kuala Lumpur
Count on the chefs at Nipah to sort out your iftar meals. Their hearty sets — curated for individuals as well as families — are prepared fresh daily and come in a range appetisers, mains and desserts. Select from a variety of Malaysian favourites such as Kerabu Pucuk Paku, Potato Aloo Chaat, Chicken Briyani, Dhal Curry, Nasi Minyak, Bubur kacang Hijau and Sago Gula Melaka, with Mariami dates on the side. One-day advance notice is required for all orders and delivery is free for orders above RM200 within 5km of the hotel.

Signature set, RM35 for one pax; Family set, RM238 for six pax. Pre-order, 10am-6pm; delivery and pick-up, noon-7pm. See the menu here. Order online here. Call 03 2789 7839 or email [email protected] for more info.


Prepared by Syrian chef Rania and Palestinian chef Dalia, PichaEats’ newest Ramadan specials feature authentic Arabic recipes as well as familiar Malaysian flavours. Relive your balik kampung days with the Iftar Rasa Kampung set, which includes comforting dishes such as creamy Chicken Gulai over Basmati Rice and Ketupat with diced onions and cucumber. Alternatively, order the Ramadan Mediterranean Recipes set and enjoy a fusion of Eastern-Western classics such as Tabbouleh Parsley Salad, Falafels and Deconstructed Balklava Chocolate Cake. Each set feeds five people but there are options to increase the number of pax.

Iftar Rasa Kampung, RM225 for five pax; Ramadan Mediterranean Recipes, RM285 for five pax. Pre-order by 11am a day before delivery. Order here.


The St Regis Kuala Lumpur
Inspired by Malay heritage recipes, St Regis’ Malam Warisan Melayu menu celebrates the spirit of togetherness with local favourites from the 14 states of Malaysia. Expect a delectable feast with dishes such as Negeri Sembilan Kambing Salai Air Asam, Melaka Simpang Empat Asam Pedas, Wilayah Persekutuan Nasi Biryani Ayam, Perak Rendang Tok and Sarawak Kek Lapis. Select from a combination of refreshing beverages, from Mango Lassi and Sirap Bandung Float to Bunga Kantan Soda and the hotel’s Signature Milo, to complement your meal. Two day advance notice is required.

Available from Apr 27 to May 23. RM428+ for four pax; RM798+ for eight pax. See the full menu here. Call 012 280 1303 to order.


Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Let Chef Muhd Mujtahid Lukman and his team take care of your culinary needs while you stay at home this Holy Month. The festive four-course set menus come with your choice of main dish, including Tenggiri Goreng Berempah, Pajeri Terung, Udang Sambal Petai and Beef Shortrib Rendang. Alternatively, personalise your dining experience with the hotel’s à la carte selections, ranging from Arabic and Western to Indian and Chinese cuisine. Delivery is available within 10km of the hotel with a minimum charge of RM5.

Available daily from 9am to 6pm. See the menu here. Call 03 2382 8888 or Whatsapp 017 238 9670 to order.


Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
Executive sous chef Budiman and his team from Latest Recipe have whipped up six Santapan Muhibbah set menus suitable for individuals as well as families. Highlights include Nasi Minyak Haruman Air Mawar, Bubur Lambuk, Beef Rendang with Coconut Flakes, Berbiri Vindaloo Cili Kering and Roasted Whole Lamb with Cous Cous and Vegetables. All dishes are individually vacuumed packed and can be reheated sous vide-style for 10 minutes, which is demonstrated here. Note that one-day advance notice is needed for family-style sets.

Until May 23. Delivery, 11am-4.40pm daily; pick-up, 11am-6pm daily. See the menu and order online here.



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