I remember my last visit to Suasana Suites before the recent Movement Control Order (MCO) took place, it was a staycation at their Executive Suites and I remember the city skyline view which is just as breathtaking as their Suasana Suites Cafe at the same floor with the infinity pool. Now, how would breaking fast feast be like there?
At the height of COVID-19 awareness, Suasana is having the main course served on a banquet table of 8 pax while appetisers, salads, desserts and beverages are served on the buffet table to minimise contacts between guests.
Now that we are assured of the safety, time to indulge in their delectable choices of homely, kampung dishes at the table. My favourite is the bright yellow, Suasana Chilli Prawn that invites me to dig in and the fragrant, Roasted Chicken Percik sauce with the steaming, hot rice. The Kailan Salted Fish is popular at our table, despite fresh salad and ulam-ulaman served at the buffet, it was gone within seconds!
A feast means you need to go for another round of food and I did exactly that, bringing a bowl of Sup Tulang, sought after by the guests at our table with bread and Suasana’s very own, savoury, shrimpy-sweet Mi Rebus to my table. Bubur Cha Cha is my choice for dessert and ending the dinner with hot Teh Tarik while taking in the panoramic view is the best buka puasa experience for me.
Selera Suasana would be held from 13th April until 18th April and early bird promotion prices are RM48 nett for adults & RM30 nett for children age 6 to 12 years old. Regular price is set on RM60 nett for adults and RM40 nett for children between 6 years to 12 years old.
Seats are limited so reservations are required. Book them on WhatsApp at +6011 2640 0688.