Providing a range of international and local dishes, be spoilt for choice with the buffet or the a la carte selections.
Feast on beautiful breakfast selections or sample the lunch and dinner spread featuring local delights such as satay, curries, noodles, or the al dente pastas and roasts. Enjoy daily thematic dinner buffets ranging from Asian and European influences to Middle Eastern joys and Tex-Mex fusions, and make it a joyful gathering with friends and family.
Make your own salad at the salad bar with the dressing of your choice or perhaps try the rojak buah, a local culinary delight. For those who love dessert, you can be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth with a mouth-watering chocolate themed dessert buffet every Saturday evening.
“Good Ambient, Variety of Food, I been here very often with customers from different countries especially Middle East. Middle East customers tend to like their very own Arabic food only. But, they are satisfied with the variety choices provided by Zest although there’s no Arabic food but Indian food could replaced my customers’ satisfaction. Aside from that, the ambient environment added credits to the restaurant as it somehow brings up the atmosphere no matter my customers are belongs to either introvert or extrovert personality. I personally like their desserts such as cakes and ice cream.”
“Excellent Selection. Had dinner during our stopover. It was Thai night, and the selection of food at the buffet was excellent. The chefs were all extremely knowledgeable and were very happy to share that knowledge with you, offering suggestions as to what you might like and providing little tasters of various things. Many of the dishes were DIY, with a base of rice or noodles to which you could add your own condiments and make it as hot or not as you liked. There was also a good selection of non-Thai dishes – Indian, Malay, Chinese and European, though the selection that might appeal to younger children was somewhat limited. The desserts were very good, both Asian and European – including another excellent bead and butter pudding (seems to be a staple in Malaysia). The meal was a little on the expensive side, though I suspect jet lag meant we all ate somewhat less than we might otherwise have done. They seem to have a different theme for each night of the week, and do brunch at weekends.”
“A Lot To Choose From. With modern contemporary setting and a lot of food to choose from, it is very refreshing. There
was a trio performed at the restaurant, friendly and versatile.
The staff were excellent. I like its DIY ABC, fried calamari rings, nachos, fried fish nuggets and rojak petis.
For senior citizens, they only charge you MYR49 (buffet brunch).”