Sunday, May 20, 2018


The newly opened Ibis Styles Hotel located at Inanam presents "Selera Malaysia" Ramadhan Buffet with Adabi Malaysia, starting from 18th May until 14th June 2018.

Before I start feasting everyone's eyes with the glorious buffet spread below, can we just appreciate the interior design of this hotel? So minimalist yet so chic looking! I wanted to look for the person who came out with the design! D:

Let's kick start of the buffet spread with the Appetizer Section - The star dish not to be missed would be the Kerabu Jantung Pisang. There is Fruit Rojak and Ulam-Ulaman spread as well as Garden Salad spread alongside with variety of condiments.

Here comes the main entrees - Be spoiled with variety of choices such as Nasi Biryani, Spicy Tomato Chicken (also known as Ayam Masak Merah), Assam Pedas Ikan, Ketam Masak Rempah, Rendang Daging and many many more. Not be missed is also their Tom Yum Soup and Laksa - which you can cook your own choice of noodles, add in the condiments and pour in the steamy hot soup over.

It is not a Ramadhan Buffet without Satay! Yes, they also offered outdoor grill selection of meats such as Chicken and Beef Satay, Sotong Sumbat Percik and many more. Hands down that they served some of the bestest satays in town! I only wished they had a bigger bowl for their peanut sauce.

Don't forget to end your meal with desserts! Selections of cakes, Malay kuihs, assorted fruit slices etc etc for you to choose from. There are honey dates and assorted cookies as well!

Ibis Styles is now doing an "Early Bird Promo" - RM50 nett per adult and RM30 nett per child / senior citizen. Promotion is available until 27th May 2018 only so don't miss out the promo and grab your voucher now! Bring your families or friends in a group of five will entitle one for free! Buffet starts from 6.30PM until 10.30PM daily. Don't miss it!

No. 1, Jalan Taipan 28, Inanam,
88450 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Tel: 088 - 285888
FB: @ibisstyleskk
Instagram: @ibisstyleskotakinabalu
Twitter: @ibisStylesKK


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