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Celebrate Ramadan at Café TATU

9th June, 2017

Story by RM

During Ramadan, Muslim communities around the world are unified by one food: the date, one of the earliest cultivated crops and an ancient icon of the Middle East, where the thick-trunked date palm is a symbol of hospitality, rest and peace.

In a Hadith (a collection of sayings attributed to the prophet Mohammed), it is recorded that he always broke the fast with dates and water, so many Muslims are careful to follow.

In modern communities, restaurants offer iftar specials and buffets, and Ramadan bazaars pop up everywhere to feed the hungry throngs. It’s a time when family and friends get together to celebrate unity and observe the holy month.

Throughout the fasting period of Ramadan, Café TATU brings back their infamous buka puasa dinner buffet. A variety of local and international traditional delicacies are freshly prepared daily by their talented chefs for guests to enjoy. Located on the garden level of Tanjung Wing, Café TATU offers the buzz and variety of live-action stations cooking up sensational authentic global cuisines in a vibrant and colourful atmosphere.

Diners will be spoilt for choices: from homemade charcoal-grilled satay skewers (beef, chicken and lamb), barbecued whole lamb, Malaysian and Middle Eastern favourites, fresh seafood, and a selection of Japanese sushi, steaming hot noodles, desserts and much more!

Café TATU’s buka puasa buffet is served from 6:00pm to 10:30pm daily. Pre-purchased vouchers are available at the Ramadan Festive Desk (RFD) at the hotel lobby. The RFD is open daily from now to 24th July 2017 between 10:00am to 6:00pm. The buka puasa buffet is especially popular during the weekends. To avoid disappointment, guests are encouraged to book a table in advance.

Guests can dine in the comfort of a modern interior, which incorporates tropical seaside design and stylish décor within a theatrical layout. Part of the cafe opens into the gardens, with an exclusive dining area, which gives guests an option to relax and dine outdoors. The outdoor patio, with its signature sunroofs, is in a class of its own. It accommodates both smoking and non-smoking guests.

Café TATU is located at No. 20, Jalan Aru, Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu. For more information, call +60 88 327 888, fax to +60 88 327 878, email tah@shangri-la.com or visit www.shangri-la.com.

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