Easter Brunch @ Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Easter Brunch @ Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Starting with chocolate and desserts – you’re allowed to for Easter right?
Handmade truffles
First bite

The Cake Shop and Lobby Lounge held the sweet temptations and the kids’ buffet

German Cheesecake
Apple Crumble Cheesecake

What’s Easter without bunnies, buns, hens and eggs?

Of course there was more chocolate
Chef Holgers Famous Mouth Watering Macaroons – three new flavours – passionfruit, orange & carrot, and calamansi

Decorate your own cupcake station – a big hit

Soft raisin buns and chocolate fountains

Live entertainment AND a KIDS size buffet

Ooh, where to next? Maybe the Kid’s Corner to find a clown…
Keeping the kids busy while the adults play
Moving over to the MO Grill for European fare

Endless cold cuts, fish and salads

Ice sculptures and marine life everywhere

An impressive European section with classics and modern twists

Moving across to Mosaic the entire continent of Asia is covered

Small bites and big bites

Add an extra 100RM for free flow house wine

If you were blown away by the desserts, the cheese room (yes it there was so much it had an its own room!) will have you trembling

Not one, not two, but FOUR rooms of extravagance, the Mandarin Oriental Easter Buffet stretched across Mosaic, The Cake Shop, Lobby Lounge, Mandarin Grill and Mandarin Bar wowing guests at every turn with a luxurious abundance of food. Decadent desserts, a Kids’ Buffet, live music, fun children’s playground, high cuisine from around the globe and a knee trembling cheese section made all ages “ooh” and “aah”. In a glorious tribute to Easter, masterful pastryman, Chef Holger Deh, let loose with a sacchariferous display of chocolates, pastries, desserts and of course his famous macarons. An experiment with sweet and savoury brought about the new orange and carrot combo alongside passionfruit and calamansi macarons which delighted taste buds with a slight tang, creamy inside and brittle exterior. The Mandarin Grill and Mosaic chefs lavished guests with a culinary pulchritude difficult to be reckoned with. Capitalising on European spring produce, white asparagus and garlic leaf made star appearances, and a mind boggling plentitude of mains from around the world left diners speechless. Fish, salads and ice sculptures made virtuosic impressions on the buffet but the cheese display stole the show. A jaw dropping bravura of coagulated casein stretched from window to wall in the MO bar. An exhibit so spectacular that it justified its own room. Pungent blue, oozy reblochon and sharp hard parmesan were but some of the pleasures provoking hearts to skip a beat. Sad you missed this and are already noting next year’s Easter plan in your diary? No need to worry, with Mothers’ Day coming up, you have a second chance. On Sunday, May 13th, Mandarin Oriental will again open up a spread across four outlets honouring mums in KL with another prodigious offering with their Mother’s Day Mega Brunch boasting 188 dishes laid out over an 88 metre long buffet! Indulge in this feast for RM 228++ per person. For dining reservations, call +60 (3) 2380 8888 or email mokul-fb@mohg.com.

Mandarin Oriental
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Malaysia
+6 03 2380 8888
http://www.mandarinoriental.com
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8 Comments

  1. So much desserts…. I'm jealous! ;P

  2. I am just in awed at the amount of food for this Mother's Day spread!! Thought I have died and gone to heaven… 😉

  3. what an amazing spread. thank goodness mother's day is coming up … and then father's day soon enough! 😀

  4. Wow, they have a great selection of cheese, I will be so lost in choosing what to eat! So much food as well, looks like a good place to go for buffet! =)

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