Buka puasa with these awesome meal and drinks at Pavilion Bukit Jalil

If you’re still planning for somewhere special to buka puasa with your family or friends, Pavilion Bukit Jalil has a tremendous F&B outlet for you to enjoy the iftar session.

Let’s start off with Malaysian dishes. Grandmama’s ‘buka puasa’ menu features sets of ‘Nasi Dulang Bukhari’ with various options such as the ‘braised boneless lamb leg,’ ‘roasted turmeric chicken,’ ‘spiced mixed seafood,’ and ‘braised beef topside’. With a contemporary and spacious family-friendly atmosphere, this restaurant is the perfect venue for ‘buka puasa’. Those looking for a quick fix of their favourite local snacks can also drop by Sedap by Grandmama’s.

For those aren’t big eater, D’Laksa offers ‘Asam Laksa’, ‘Asam Lobsterball’, ‘Asam Fishball’ and the all-time Malaysian favourite – ‘Fruit Rojak’, while Seniman‘s famous ‘Nasi Dulang’ makes it as the perfect sharing platter. 

Next up, newly opened Two Cents Hot Wings brings the heat with their buffalo wings, offering different spice levels from ‘golden teriyaki’ to ‘ghost pepper’. You can definitely make a spicy challenge with their friends and family this Ramadan festival at there. For those feeling for a nice bowl of noodle, Mee Hiris China Muslim offers traditional hand-sliced noodles, tenderly braised, perfectly seasoned meats and dumplings overflowing with savoury broth.

Meanwhile, for those who’re looking for vegetarian dining experience, Simple Life has a curated menu of vegetarian dishes that uses organic ingredients, speciality, multigrain rice and brown rice noodles.


Grandmama’s – Flavours of MalaysiaLevel 1 (Orange Zone)
Sedap by Grandmama’sLevel 5 (Pink Zone)
D’LaksaLevel 1 (Orange Zone)
SenimanLevel 4 (Orange Zone)
Two Cents Hot WingsLevel 1 (Pink Zone)
Mee Hiris China MuslimLevel 1 (Pink Zone)
Simple Life Healthy Vegetarian RestaurantLevel 1 (Orange Zone)

What’s best after a nice meal? Definitely a cool drink to go along with and Go Coconuts offers coconut juice as a shake, in your coffee, blended with other fruit or even in a pudding. If you’re feeling fruity, Juicy has different concoctions featuring sweet mangos, tart lemons, creamy avocados and light honeydew. If you’re a fan of avacadoes, Bo The Avocado offers yummy and nutritious avocado smoothies. By the way, Bo The Avocado also serves up Avocado Toast and Avo Lime Cheesecake as well!


Go CoconutsLevel 1 (Orange Zone)
Juicy Level 1 (Pink Zone)
Bo The AvocadoLevel 1 (Pink Zone)
Level 5 (Pink Zone) – Inside Blue Ice Snow Park 

Those with the sweet tooth, Pavilion Bukit Jalil has a host of dessert outlet that you can enjoy. Rollney has kurtoskalacs which are delectable on its own or paired with some creamy chocolate or vanilla ice cream. Alternatively, stop by Yogurt Cow for low-sugar fruity yoghurt drinks that will hit that sweet spot while keeping the calories off.

Kwong Wah Ice Kacang is the perfect place for the best Ice Kacang and Cendol. They also served up some awesome Asam Laksa and Chee Chong Fun too. Meanwhile at Perfect Ice, they are well known for their milkshake, ranging from banana to classic vanilla and themint chocolate chip. Perfect Ice also offers light Korean food & snack such as Tteokbokki and Korean Fried Chicken Wings.


RollneyLevel 1 (Orange Zone)
Yogurt CowLevel 5 (Pink Zone)
Kwong Wah Ice KacangLevel 3 (Pink Zone)
Perfect IceLevel 1 (Pink Zone)

While you’re at there, you can also stock up your pantry for breaking your fast. The Food Merchant is the excellent place for an international spread of groceries for all your Ramadan cooking needs. Alternatively, you can satiate your post-dinner peckishness with some light and crunchy bites from myEureka Snack.


The Food MerchantLevel 1 (Orange Zone)
myEureka Snack!Level 1 (Orange Zone)

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