I was invited on last Monday for a food review at Restaurant Hadramawt Palace. It has been such a confusion to me when people mentioned Hadramawt as there are 3 Hadramawt restaurants around this area. As the pronunciation is almost the same, I nearly gone to the wrong restaurant. LOL
Named after a region in Yemen, Hadramawt Palace restaurant was founded on January 1, 2012 by a Yemeni owner.
I was told that the restaurant will be honouring its patrons with the ready to go Zam Zam water this coming Ramadhan. Ramzi Othman, Restaurant manager said that the restaurant will be serving patrons breaking fast at their restaurant with a freee bottle of Zam Zam water. He added that accompanying the blessed water of Zam Zam will be tamar or dates flown all the way from Madeenah. This will be a novelty in Malaysia for a restaurant to include in its dining experience a botte of Zam Zam water.
For those who are not sure what is Zam Zam water, you can google it. The new anagement of Hadramawt Palace, aimed to represent the best of Middle Eastern food in Malaysia with high quality services. In order to make its dining experience avaiable to all, more branches will be opened in major cities starting with Malaca which started operating on Feb 6, 2015. This newbranch is at Bukit Baru Melaka and has been launched by the TYT of Malacca in the presence of the State's Chief Minister.
The professional Yemeni chef in Hadramawt will provide guests the special taste of food as Hummus, Tabouleh, Lamb Mandy, Lamb Haneeth, Chicken Mandy, Chicken Maqluba and a variety of Arabic dessert.
Mova (overbaked fish)
No 251, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
No 15, Jalan PNBB 2,
Pusat Niaga Bukit Baru,