Rebung - You Will Be Spoilt For Choice

Last update: 19/11/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 19 (Bernama) -- At Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail, you will be spoilt for choice as the iconic Malay restaurant offers a wide selection of signature dishes and desserts to enthral your tastebuds.

Jointly owned by chef extraordinaire Datuk Ismail Ahmad and Malaysia's first astronaut Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, the fine dining restaurant's specialities are its authentic Negeri Sembilan dishes.

Chef Ismail's ayam rendang Rembau, a dish originating from his  hometown in Kampung Chengkau Hulu in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan, is a must if you love traditional Malay cuisine, especially when they are prepared home-cooked style, using ancestral secret recipes that are passed down over the generations.

For a buffet price of RM40 ++,  you  get  to satisfy all your cravings for classical Malay cuisine amid a rural village ambience.
Brace yourself to a feast at Rebung, which is located on the top floor of a multi-storey car park at jalan Tanglin, just off Jalan Parlimen on the outskirts of the KL Lake Gardens.

CLASS OF 74-77

For a group of ladies from the class of 74-77, School of Mass Communication, UiTM, Shah Alam, the gathering at Rebung  brought sweet memories to each one, some of whom have not met for years. 

Restoran Rebung opens from 11.30 am to 3 pm. The wide selection of scrumptious food at the buffet table was too much of a distraction, but that didn't stop the ladies from snapping photos to capture the moments. 

The restaurant serves ikan patin masak tempoyak, asam pedas ikan pari, sambal udang, masak lemak rebung cili padi, daging salai masak lemak, pucuk ubi,  grilled fish and squid, curry fish, chicken and beef dishes, siput sedut or shell fish cooked in curry and various types of ulam and kerabu.

There's also curry mee, laksa, bihun sup and nasi lemak bungkus on the menu.

The dessert station serves local delicacies such as sago gula Melaka, ubi kayu rebus, ais kacang, popia basah, roti jala, puteri mandi, pulut durian, pengat pisang and dodol.