Hotel Maya buzzing again – with new menu and social distancing

Selangor Dredging Berhad’s Hotel Maya, located near the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, has come back to life – albeit with social distancing measures – after a two-month closure following the introduction of the Movement Control Order (MCO).

What’s more, the hotel now has a new menu spread across all dining areas and featuring signature items from its Japanese and Cantonese restaurant Still Waters, the Maya Brasserie and deli Ramah Tamah.

“We have also deliberately kept prices affordable so that guests may once again enjoy the ‘Maya Experience’ the hotel is renowned for,” said its general manager Sharmini Moganasundram.

According to the hotel’s director (sales and marketing) Christy Woon, the Set Menu selection comes highly recommended.

“The Set Menu was especially created for diners who preferred the flexibility of dining with more than 2 persons. The Set Menus consists of a choice of an appetizer, soup, a few main dishes and a choice of one dessert,” she said.

Signature items includes Japanese Breaded Tiger Prawns; Stewed Australian Ribeye with Miso Paste; Braised Hot & Sour Szechuan Soup; Braised Duck with Ginger and fresh Shiitake MushroomCreamy Chicken with Curry Leaves and Homemade Spicy Dried Shrimp Sauce; Deep Fried Spicy Seabass Fillet with Homemade Plum Sauce & Shredded Young Mango and Supreme Spicy Soya Sauce Tiger Prawns. 

There’s also a selection of mouth-watering desserts such as Chilled Sea Coconut with Longan and Lemon Syrup; Double Boiled Dried Pear with Chrysanthemum, Sea Bird’s Nest, White Fungus and Dried Longan.

There are three different Set Menu options starting from RM60 onwards for two persons. Additional person is chargeable from RM20 per person onwards.

For more information on Maya Elite Privileges, email christy.woon@hotelmaya.com.my or call +60 12 284 9813. All prices mentioned exclude prevailing taxes.

Social distancing at Hotel Maya

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