Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Imperial Chakri Palace // Royal Thai Cuisine Buffet

During this fasting season, its likely that you would be craving for your favorite dishes. So  if youre looking for a place to break your fast, why not check out Chakri Palace, a Royal Thai cuisine located in KLCC, within the heart of Kuala Lumpur. If you’re craving for delicious thai food, this would be the place to be! I’ll further elaborate on the menu’s that they have to offer, and I’ll let you be the judge to determine how wide their options are.

Before proceeding to the dishes, I have to highlight the fact that the setting of the layout makes you feel as if you’ve been transported to Thailand instantly from KLCC. With decorations, and pictures of Thailand’s famous landmarks being hung up on the wall, the ambiance does give me an impact of feeling as if im in a Royal Palace in Thailand. There are plenty of seats available within the restaurant, and the best part would be that they serve an array of unlimited Thai cuisines to celebrate the festive Ramadhan season, buffet style.

So im guessing that if youre here to find out on their range of dishes, you have come to the right place! From Appetizers, Salads, Main dishes and desserts, their array of dishes is fit to serve a king. To Thai cuisines lovers, you would be happy to just be here and to break your fast with delicious Thai food for Iftar.

As appetizers, they have the classic Thai Papaya Salad, just to get your tastebuds drooling over Thai food and other salad that you might have not heard before, but famous among Thai locals. I know I haven’t heard of salads like Wing Bean Salad, but I find the taste rather interesting with the thai style of spice. They also have Mee Krob, a thai crispy Fried Noddle snack and more, for those who love Thai snacks.

If you like your meal to be serve in courses, you can also head on over to their Tom Yam & Satay stall, where you can have an option between the Spicy Tom Yum or Clear Soup Tom Yum with your choice of contents. YUMS! I have to say that this was my favourite among everything else, just because im a sucker for soup. Next to the stall, there is also a Live station where you can get your fresh grilled seafood to be served to you, just the way you like it. I don’t know about you, but I love my grilled to be served hot.

And for buffet array of main course, we had an option of biryani rice, stir fried mee hoon, Stir Fried Bean Curd with Thai Basil Leaves and Fresh Chili, Chicken Kapitan, Prawn with Butter Sauce, Lamb with Black Pepper Sauce, Massaman Beef, Stir Fried Chicken with Sweet and Sour Sauce, Steam Fish with Lime and Chili, Mixed Vegetable, Samosa, and more! I’ll be honest that the most memorable dish served was the Steam Fish with Lime and Chili. That was by far my favourite dish among the rest! (and just to warn you, it was a favourite among many who had their dinner there). Be sure to be the early bird once you see it.

What a meal without desserts?! In my dictionary, a meal is complete when you get the chance to wash everything down with some sweet delights. They have a choice of Red bean in Coconut Syrup, Banana in Coconut Syrup, Red Ruby (MY FAVOURITE), Steamed Sweet tapioca, Sticky Rice with Egg Custard, Mango Sticky Rice, and more! I would list everything out for you, but its just getting my cravings crave for moreee. Haha.

As a verdict, I would say that the food is authentically Thai and I love the variety of dishes that were served at the buffet. The buffet is price at RM91.90 for adults, and RM47.90 for children between 6 to 12 years old and for citizens above 56 years old. So yes guys, there you have it!  For more details, you can always head on over to to get booking done instantly, to avoid disappointments. Just to let you know, the menu changes 3 times a week, just to provide variety to customers. I’ve attached the image above for your reference if youre interested in the menu. That’s all for now, thank you for reading and if you have any further questions, do not hesitate to leave a comment below.

Sara xx

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