11
4
0
All Branches (2)
Telephone
03-2382 7788
Good For
Private Party
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Wi-Fi
Pork-free
VIP room
Restaurant Website
http://www.chakri.com.my
Signature Dishes
Pandan Chicken Pineapple Fried Rice Red Ruby Waterchestnu Tom Yam King Prawns
Review (23)
This Ramadhan, Chakri Palace is delighted to once again hold a buffet of Thai cuisines and local favourite dishes specially for “Tantalizing Tastes of Thailand” buffet promotion to be held at Imperial Chakri Palace KLCC and Chakri Palace Pavilion KL from 30 th May 2017 onwards . The month of Ramadhan season for the year of 2017 that gonna start from 25th May and end on 24th June , As all we knows that will be many Restaurants or Hotels is offering Ramadhan buffet during the month of fasting every years . Fasting the month of Ramadan was made obligatory (wajib) during the month , we’re also really looking forward to the special food that only comes around this time of the year and we have many different types of food feast to be enjoy together at dawn with scrumptious spread of cuisines and local delights . What better than having a buffet spread during Ramadhan period-distinguished banquet with appetizers, mains, additional mains, side dishes, extra side dishes, desserts and plenty more sweet things to feast . Imperial Chakri Palace having a promotion for Ramadhan buffet during the Buka Puasa season which is Priced at RM95.90++(KLCC) & RM85.90++ (Pavilion) per person for adults, RM49.90++ (KLCC) & RM42.90 (Pavilion)per child between six and ten years old and also for senior citizen (>60 years old) whilst children under 6 dine for FREE . Imperial Chakri Palace also gave a huge variety of malay traditional food cuisine and Let the pictures talk . Engage your senses and be amazed with the dedicated team of Thai Chefs ever-scrumptious spread of more than 50 modern and authentic Thai & local favorites dishes spread by the with selection of local ulam-ulam and Kerabu, such as Thai Mango Salad, Thai Papaya salad, famous thai appetizer with seven ingredients “Mieng Kam”, Samosa, Crispy Thai Spring Rolls, Red Ruby Waterchestnut and also their local favorites such as kuih-muih melayu, bubur jagung & pisang and many other delicacies . We offer a tantalizing variety to satisfy the sweet tooth and many more . Featured in the live action stalls are our special Chicken and Beef Satay, Ikan Bakar and Tom Yam Noodles that will definitely leave you craving for more . For the main course, guests may indulge in Thai cuisine selections such as lamb in Thai green curry, prawn with butter sauce topped with salted egg, stir fried squid with salted egg, Tomyam seafood, beef with black pepper sauce and fish with sweet & spicy sauce . To honour this special time of year, their are also introducing a variety of Malaysian favourites, including Rendang Daging Tok ,Masak Lemak Gulai Daging, Ayam Kapitan and Nasi Beriani .Mouth watering ?Sometimes , you must not only expect the way the food looks like , There's is no harm in trying . It was Suitable for all Religion and race to dine .The Imperial Chakri Palace KLCC & Chakri Palace Pavilion “Tantalizing Tastes of Thailand” buffet dinner will be available daily from 30 th May 2017. The buffet items are rotated from three different menus specially prepared for the month of Ramadhan and is open from 7.00 p.m. onwards . Priced at RM95.90++(KLCC) & RM85.90++ (Pavilion) per person for adults, RM49.90++ (KLCC) & RM42.90 (Pavilion) per child between six and ten years old and also for senior citizen (60 years old above) whilst children under 6 dine for FREE.Early Bird OfferIt pays to plan and book early for great sumptuous savings!(minimum order 4 persons)Purchase before 30 th May2017 at RM75.90++ Per Adult (KLCC)Purchase before 30 th May 2017 at RM65.90++ Per Adult (Pavilion)Early birds offer is applicable for period from 10 th April 2017 – 30 th May 2017 only.Group Bookings BUY 5 FREE 1For all enquiries and reservation, please call 03 23827788 (KLCC) 03 21431141(Pavilion) or 016 2277182 or emailmarketing@chakri.com.my or visit us online at http://berbuka.chakri.com.my continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2016-01-12
137 views
I guess Malaysians are big fans of Thai food that every nook and corner we can almost find a Thai restaurant nowadays especially those with the theme of thai street food.Since we were taking our weekend stroll in KLCC the other day, we stumbled upon the newly refurbished Chakri Palace at the highest floor. The same level as Petronas Sains Centre. Truth to be told, we still prefer the old interior of the restaurant, a classier deep and dark wood interior compared to this brighter version which makes it less elegant.When we stepped in, there were pictures of Chef Wan everywhere. Not too sure if they offer dishes created by him or collaboration in between them.Anyway, we had their tom yam seafood soup, fish cakes, chilli and lime steamed squid (which is specially made for us as it is not in the menu). Kudos to the flexibility of the team.The tom yam was good, with the right amount of spiciness and sourness but portion can be quite small if it was meant to be shared with friends. Fish cakes was as usual fragrant with lemon grass.We still enjoy our meal despite the less classy interior of the restaurant. The good food makes up for it. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-12-18
61 views
i always liked green curry compared to the red currymaybe because all the malay and indian cooking also have red curry but for thai, they are unique with the green curryat chakri you can choose your ingredients but with different prices of coursethe chicken is the cheapest, followed by beef and then seafoodthe thai green curry comes with a plate of rice which also has a side of papaya salad continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-09-11
58 views
The Mieng Kam is essentially a traditional Thai handroll served with seven types of ingredients. We have the peanut, baked shredded Coconut, Chili Padi, Diced Onions, Diced Lime, Diced Ginger, Sun Dried Shrimp and "Kaduk" Leaves served with the yummy shrimp paste sauce. Rolled into these cute bite-sized servings, I personally had more than my fair share of this dish. Some Turkey Thai Salad ( Larb Gai Nguang) ensued, now this was a specially prepared dish for Christmas, as it uses Turkey meat instead of the usual chicken meat. The meat is minced, and prepared with a myriad of spices, with a dash of lime, it does tantalize our taste buds with spiciness and a dash of sourness. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-06-28
29 views
Why not having a sweet delights after a heavy meal? Khow Neow Ma Moung is another chef’s recommendation where the fresh mango and the sticky rice is being topped with the salted coconut milk. I am falling in love with the desserts where they have 2 flavored of sticky rice which is the pandan flavor and the original. The desserts is simply good and lovely too to be shared together after a meal.Price: RM 14.00 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)