Every single day, Malaysians all over the country must answer the most difficult question posed: “Makan mana?”
Navigating lunchtime with colleagues is a feat of its own. Some people might want laksa, some people might want nasi. Others demand a place air-conditioned. And what place can fit over 10+ people comfortably?
But why struggle to decide on what to eat for lunch when you can just eat everything anyway?
RED by Sirocco in Dang Wangi is now offering a lunch buffet at their trendy rooftop bar The Rouge for just RM25, complete with all-you-can-eat authentic Malaysian dishes and a fantastic view of the KL skyline.
“But isn’t hotel food pricey and not that great?” you ask.
Which is why TRP visited The Rouge to see for ourselves.
The Rouge offers mains like kampung fried rice, mee goreng, and nyonya curry laksa to be paired with sides like fried fish in sweet and sour sauce, mutton masala, and ayam masak kurma.
The nyonya curry laksa deserves a special mention with its thick, rich broth that packed a surprisingly flavourful punch.
Start your meal with a hearty, healthy option of vegetables or sambal egg.
If that isn’t filling enough for you, try any of main meats, featuring a tender melt-in-your-mouth mutton masala or fragrant ayam masak kurma, and a crisp and light fried fish with sweet and sour sauce.
The buffet doesn’t end there: load up on delectable desserts, from sinful cheesecakes to local kuihs to fruits. There’s even a conveyor belt of desserts that sends sweet treats straight to your table!
There’s even a simmering pot of bubur kacang hijau, bread pudding with kaya, and crumbly cookies, to offer the perfect sweet spot to finish up your meal.
The new buffet lunch menu is available everyday at 12pm-3pm at just RM25+ per pax.
But, to make a good deal even better, AirAsia members and employees enjoy an additional 20% discount.
Plus, larger groups can make good use of their buy 10 free 2 promotion- so make it a team lunch and enjoy the unobstructed view of the city.
For more information, follow RED by Sirocco on Facebook.
Anne is an advocate of sustainable living and the circular economy, and has managed to mum-nag the team into using reusable containers to tapau food. She is also a proud parent of 4 cats and 1 rabbit.