If you have only one day to sample the abundant local cuisine, pay a visit to this restaurant representing Malaysia in a nutshell. The Rumah Kampung ... More
Seri Melayu Restaurant
If you have only one day to sample the abundant local cuisine, pay a visit to this restaurant representing Malaysia in a nutshell. The Rumah Kampung (village house) exterior, together with the carved wooden interior, adds authenticity to the place. Cultural shows such as traditional dances are performed daily. The extensive buffet spread (MYR34.50 for lunch and MYR57.50 for dinner) offers popular Malaysian dishes, ranging from laksa (noodles in spicy soup), satay (meat skewers) and curry dishes, to a delightful assortment of kueh mueh (local cakes). Fresh juices are also available.
The selection of food looked good, but in fact it was a bit disappointing in content. Many of the main dishes seemed to be more sauce than anything else. There wasn't much meat in the selection. A can of local beer costs RM25. The buffet is now RM72. The music was a bit loud during the meal which made conversation difficult.
In my opinion a buffet in a 5* hotel is better value.
I held a wedding reception at Tun Rahah Grand Hall and I am VERY DISAPPOINTED with the way they manage the function. I have specifically arranged my guests sitting according to the table arrangements which one of Tun Rahahs staff emailed to us but they failed to follow their own plans.
Many other situations occurred during my function, such as beef is served at non-beef table, guests were unable to add more rice and they hardly can get a drink, due to wrong table arrangement by Tun Rahah staff's, a Tan Sri was seated at the end of the hall next to a pillar and 2 table were behind pillar, my guests has no idea what is going on throughout the function and all they knew the function is over.
Pethetic but its true.
My family,husband and i were embarrassed and humiliated at my own wedding reception.
The prices has gone up. It's now RM70++ per person for dinner. For me, it's not worth paying that much. The food quality has plummet down tremendously. The cultural show is not as good as it used to be. The ambience is still nice tho. The service...well let's not even go there!!!!
Overall - am pretty dissapointed with Seri Melayu Restaurant. The management should review the entire restaurant, the food and service quality and try to improve it.
It is a quite big restaurant with a dance show stage.
There are so many varieties of asian food.
We ordered a pitcher of orange juice that
eventually emptied our wallets.
A pitcher costed 70RM where buffet for a person was 65RM... 70RM was exactly the same
price for our train ticket for two to the
airport... And this orange juice was not
However, my overall experience was good.
I am unhappy with almost everthing in this restaurant especially the low quality of food and service.
Watch out for the service of the staff!
Otherwise their post dinner treats are a life saver to the meal.
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