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Nah, 17 Ramadan Buffets 2021 Below RM60 in Klang Valley

Updated 17 May 2021 – By Team Loanstreet


Let’s be honest here - the best part about puasa (besides the spiritual cleansing, of course) is looking for delicious food and drinks to break your fast after almost 14 hours of hunger and thirst. 

So, are you looking for a buffet that offers a good hearty spread of Malaysian favourites that comes with a budget-conscious price? If the answer is yes, here's a list of wallet-friendly Ramadan Buffets (below RM60) in Klang Valley where you get to feast alongside your friends and family - follow SOP, ok!

 


1. Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers



If you want to eat local and international foods at an affordable price, Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers is the answer! With more than 70 dishes, you guys can eat whatever you want - Malay foods, western and everything in between. 

For adults, the buffet price starts from RM59.90 (promotion price until 14 April) - the original price is RM65. As for the kids’ age between 5 to 12 years old, the price is RM39.90 and free for those below 5. If interested, you guys can book at their website.

 

 

2. Hotel UiTM Shah Alam, Shah Alam



If you want to eat foods from different cultures, you’ll have to try the buffet from Hotel UITM Shah Alam. With just RM69, you won’t regret it - just RM9 extra from RM60.  

Located in Shah Alam, if you come with 11 people, the food will be FREE for one person. Not to mention, this place is very comfortable as they provide wifi, free parking space and prayers room!

 

 

3. Aneka Citarasa Kelab Rahman Putra Malaysia (KRPM), Sungai Buloh



This year, Kelab Rahman Putra Malaysia offers you various menus with just RM37 for adults. Do note that it’s RM47 if you come to eat on Friday until Sunday. Regardless, damn cheap! 

This Ramadan buffet starts from 15 April until 11 May 2021. Haa… What are you waiting for? Book your reservations ASAP!

 

 

4. TH Hotel, Kelana Jaya



Those that live near Kelana Jaya, can try the Ramadan buffet at TH Hotel. With just RM59.90 (promotion price for the last 6 days), you guys can eat Arab Rice, Grilled Lamb, Chicken Shawarma and many more. 

Let say you want to book for more than 10 people, one will get to eat for FREE. This is an appropriate choice for those that have big families. If you’re a date lover, you can eat until you’re full because it’s FREE as well.

 

 

5. D'Kayangan Steamboat BBQ Buffet, Shah Alam



In case you want to eat steamboat & grill foods, why not go to D’Kayangan Steamboat Shah Alam? Everything is below RM30 - reasonable and cheap! 

It’s just, you better book first before doing a walk-in. As the global pandemic COVID-19 still ongoing, they don’t want to make it too crowded as they prioritise comfortability. There could be even live performances, eat while listening  - enjoyable experience!

 

 

6. Noranom Catering @ Serambi D’corner, Puchong



With more than 50 menus, you guys can enjoy the Ramadan buffet from Noranom Catering. It’s starting from 17 April until 10 May 2021. The promotion prices are RM43 for adults and RM28 for kids - only for 200 early customers. 

How about the normal price? It’s still considered cheap - RM49 for adults and RM33 for kids. It’s not a big much of a difference.

 

 

7. Goat 2 Go, MAEPS Serdang



If you love to eat everything lamb, just go to Goat 2 Go and eat till your heart desires. In case you book the reservations early, you’ll have to only pay RM54.90 for adults and RM34.90 for kids. As for the normal price, it’s RM59.90 (adults) and RM39.90 (kids). 

Good news for families, you can even go to the Animal Garden where you can see farm animals like lambs, deers and rabbits. You’ll just have to pay an extra RM10 for adults and RM8 for kids.

 

 

7. The Saddle Coffee House, Bukit Kiara



From 16 April until 10 May 2021, you guys can fulfil your hipster dream (eat until lebam) with Rasa Sajian 2021 buffet at The Saddle Coffee House. The price is also quite reasonable and cheap - RM58 per person. 

 

 

8. Laman Kayangan, Shah Alam



Want to eat a buffet in a Korea-like place? That’s Laman Kayangan, Shah Alam for you! The ambience, setting and environment will make you feel like you're overseas although you’re in Malaysia. As for the menus, worry not as they have varieties of foods. 

The prices are also quite affordable and reasonable. For early promotions, the prices are RM59 for adults and RM35 for kids. If it’s a normal price, it’s only RM69 for adults (an extra RM9 from the budget!) and RM39 for children. Isn’t that great?

 

 

9. Sedap Place, Shah Alam



Not only do you get to eat kampung menus and grilled lamb every day, but you’ll also get to enjoy traditional performances.  

Luckily, if you book before 13 April, you’ll get the cheapest price which is RM36. It’s also the normal price for kids and elderly people. As for adults, the price is RM49.90 - affordable across the board!

 

10. Fatin’s Kitchen, Setapak



If you guys want to have a taste at Chef Hassan’s cooking, you can go to Fatin’s Kitchen at Setapak. There, you can eat over 150 dishes. Just book if you’re interested! 

As for the price, you can get RM45 per person if you’re one of the early 1,000. If you’re not, the normal price for adults is RM59, RM25 (OKU & children) and RM45 for the elderly. If you come with more than 20 people, the normal price will go down to RM45 per person.

 

11. BoraOmbak Marina Putrajaya



Eat while doing charity - that’s what you’ll do at BoraOmbak Marina Putrajaya. With more than 80 dishes, you’ll donate to Rumah Bakti Al Kausar for every 55 sen. It’s just that, we advise you to not just walk in!

If you do a walk-in, the price for the Ramadan buffet is RM85.55 for adults and RM45.55 for children. Isn’t that expensive? For a cheaper price, you’ll have to do online booking. Then, you’ll get the normal price of RM59.90 for adults and RM35.90 for children. 

 

12. Restoran Sri Payung, Cheras



From 20 April to 9 May, you can eat grilled lamb until die-die. The price is even affordable at RM29.90 for adults and RM19.90 for children. Isn’t that cheap! 

Interested? Just call the number on the poster to book your reservation.

 

13. Sana’a Restoran, Cyberjaya



Once in a while, you want to eat Arabic foods during Ramadan. If you’re one of them, you can try Sana’a Restaurant at Cyberjaya for their Ramadan buffets. You’ll not get it at other branches - the promotion is only in Cyberjaya. 

The price is also cheap - RM39.90 for adults and RM24.90 for children.

 

14. Kolaborasi Event Space, Bangi



Kolaborasi Event Space is the right place for you to go if you want to eat with colleagues or do a reunion dinner. It’s because you can book for a private event if you don’t want it to be crowded.  

With that said, the price is also cheap and affordable - RM48 for adults and RM38 for children. There’s even kambing golek on the menu!

 

15. Restoran Orchid, Kampung Baru



Other than Arabic foods, there are even people that are looking for Syrian foods. Luckily, there's an Orchid Restaurant! 

You’ll only have to pay RM39.90 (adult) and RM19.90 (children) to eat there. The place is also very suitable and comfortable for a larger group. Book your reservation now!

 

16. Let’s Makan Cinta Anggun Services, Kuala Lumpur



From 16 April until 10 May, you guys can ber-buffet Ramadan at Let’s Makan Cinta Anggun Services. The prices are also affordable during the weekend - RM35 for adults and RM28 for children. For weekdays, the price is RM30 for adults and RM25 for children. 

Another thing, it’s easy to find a parking place for your vehicle here. The Mosque is also close so that you can easily commute to and from the restaurant - it’s very worth it lah!

 

17. Restoran Nurul Sate Batang Pinang, Puchong



With just RM28 for adults and RM15 for children, it’s a good choice and recommended to eat at Restoran Nurul Sate Batang Pinang. The prices are also very reasonable and affordable. 

It’s just that, the price is not for all foods. You’ll have to add RM10.90 if you want to add other dishes such as lemang and rendang.

 

So, which Ramadan buffet will you go to?

As you can see, you don’t have to spend a lot of money just to enjoy scrumptious foods. What’s important is to be smart in spending and managing your finances. Don’t forget to always wear your face mask, use hand sanitiser and practice physical distancing ok! 

We hope that this list gives you an idea of where to break your fast whether it’s with your family or friends. Also, if you know of any other Ramadan buffet below RM60, do share it with us and other readers at the Facebook comment section - sharing is caring kan?

Selamat berbuka and enjoy your meal!

*The above article is intended for informational purposes only. Loanstreet accepts no responsibility for loss that may arise from reliance on information contained in the articles.

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