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Posted by Monica! on October 14, 2008 - Filed under: Site News

Happy Deepavali!

 Did you know?

The Sanskrit bine arrayed of lights that stands for victory of brightness over darkness. As the knowledge of Sanskrit diminished, the name was popularly modified to Diwali, especially in northern India. The word "Divali/Diwali" is a corruption

of the Sanskrit word "Deepavali" (also transliterated as "Dipavali"). Deep/dip means "light of the dharma", and avali means "a continuous line". The more literal translation is "rows of clay lamps".

Are you wondering where to celebrate with your friends and family in this Deepavali? No worries! Let's check out there places below or View the

The Legend Hotel
100 Putra Place
0350 Kuala Lumpur

Di-Atas Brasserie (27 October 2008)

Celebrate the triumph of good over evil with family and friends at our special Deepavali Hi-Tea and Buffet Dinner. The piquant flavours of exotic Indian spices have been expertly infused into our cuisine for that unforgettable dining experience. Don't miss the all-time favourites such as Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Marsala, Palak Paneer, Prawns Khadai, Lamb Rogan Josh and more.
Deepavali Hi-Tea :- RM45.00++ per person
Deepavali Buffet Dinner  : RM69.00++ per person
For reservations, call (03) 4042 9888 / 2771 9888 ext. 9032

One World Hotel
First Avenue, Bandar Utama City Centre
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.


20th – 27th October 2008
Deepavali is celebrated on a grand note at Cinnamon.

An array of Indian inspired buffet spread awaits for dinner and high tea.

Deepavali Buffet Dinner
20 - 27 October 08
6.00pm to 10.30pm
RM80++ per adult/
RM40++ per child
(aged 4 -12 years)
Deepavali High Tea
27 October 08
12.00noon to 4.30pm
RM65++ per adult/
RM33++ per child
(aged 4 - 12 years)
For reservations, please call 7681 1166

Café Serena Brasserie
NO. 165, JALAN AMPANG KUALA LUMPUR  50450 Malaysia
Flavours of Southeast Asia
6th – 31st October 2008

Exquisite buffet lunch and dinner, with scrumptious local delights and cuisine from Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Philippine. Sample some of Chef’s recommendations such as Gaeng Kiew Wan Gai (Fried Chicken Curry), Traditional Indonesian Gulai Nangka, Singapore Curry Noodles, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Penang Prawn Noodles and many more.

Buffet Lunch : RM69.00++ per person
Buffet Dinner : RM90.00++ per person.
1/2 price for children aged 6 to 12 years old.
Oktoberfest 2008
10 - 11 October 2008

Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +60 3 2161 7777
Fax: +60 3 2161 9020

A gala feast complete with leaderhosen, Bavarian music, traditional German buffet, gigantic pretzels, fun games and prizes and of course lots of beer!
Indulge in Chef Jochen's traditional Oktoberfest menu with items such as Home Smoked Salmon, Turkey Jelly with Tartar Sauce, German Ravioli Soup, Chicken Salad, Shrimp Cocktail, Veal Knuckles, Gipsy Beef Stew, Pretzels, Rolls, Sliced Bread, Baked Chicken Ham in Bread Dough, Cod Fish Fillets on Lentil Stew and many more for your enjoyment!
For reservations and more informations, please contact our Food & Beverage Department at (03) 2160 5561.
Hotel Maya
138, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MAYA Brasserie

The light of Deepavali
Embrace the aromatic delights of Indian cuisine matched with International favourites.  Among them are bittergourd paritel, tosai and roti canai with condiments, brinjal curry, sotong vindaloo, carrot halva and many more..

13th to 31st October 2008

Deepavali Treat
RM75 per adult
RM37.50 for children between 5–12 years old.
Reservation Fax: +60 3 2711 2277 Ext. 258
Hotel Istana

73, Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
T: +603.2141.9988
F: +603.2141.0111   
Location:  Lobby
Reservation :  03-21419988 Ext. 3667

Taman Sari, which is Malay for Garden of Flowers, is a delightful Brasserie overlooking landscaped gardens and the adjoining swimming pool. Breezy
and stylish with natural lighting by day, it serves a wide range of local and international cuisines. Diners can choose to dine buffet-style or from an extensive a la carte menu.

Buffet Breakfast : 6.00am – 10.30am (daily)
Buffet Breakfast Weekends and Public Holidays : 6.00am -11.00am
Buffet Lunch : 12.00noon – 2.30pm (daily)
High Tea : 12.30pm – 3.30pm
(Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays)
Dinner : 6.30pm – 10.30pm (daily)
Supper : 10.30pm – 1.00am (daily)

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