Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur Buka Puasa Buffet 2022 Review

April 21, 2022

Hi guys, today I'll be sharing all about Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur's 2022 Buka Puasa Buffet at Mosaic, one of the best all-day dining restaurants in KL.

Time and time again, I drop by MO because the food is always A+. I've visited multiple times and I've even tried a few of their themed buffets where they've invited chefs from all over the world to serve up culinary storms.

I really think they're the hotel with the best buffet spreads here in KL, and I've always left Mosaic feeling full, satisfied and happy.

This year's Ramadan/Buka Puasa Buffet was quite massive, and in today's post, I'll be sharing a preview of what you can expect when you visit Mandarin Oriental to break fast in this month of spiritual reflection.

First off, when I arrived I was greeted by a nice "souk" kind of setup that was perfect for taking pics:

I've pretty much sat at every section of this hall before except for the long table overlooking KLCC Park (lol), and although every seating area is comfy, if you're coming with the aim to take pics, I recommend booking the sofa area (for a group of 4-6) or the table near the window/painting for a group of 2-3. Best photo spots in my opinion!

Available from 3 April to 2 May 2022, MO's delectable buffet is available at Mosaic & extends all the way to Lounge on the Park. 

From 6.30pm to 10.30, the rate is RM228 per pax, while from 9pm onwards, the rate is RM138 per pax. 

Hari Raya Brunch is also available from 12.30 to 3.30pm at RM228 per pax.

The centrepiece this year features a pyramid and a sphynx, and I love how festive it looks!

Here's some shots of how MO looks like before the buffet opens. It was fully packed when I went, and it would be best to make a reservation so that you can get the seats that you want.

I think even though it was a full house, it was still quite safe because guests were recommended to wear their masks when they go to take food, and food was served by the staff, ensuring that the food was safe.

In previous years they had live music for Hari Raya, and this year was the same:

There were several choices of dates available, and you could take your pick. I love dates in general so best believe, I tried all of them haha.

The pyramid by the entrance of Mosaic actually holds some appetizers:

If I could only recommend one thing, I would definitely recommend the hummus! The cheese platter was great and everything but the hummus took 1st prize for me.

Here's the "roast" area:

There were lots of shawarmas/kebabs/sandwiches here, but I didn't really try these out because I didn't wanna overload my self with carbs. I wanted to be able to try out most of the dishes this year!

This year actually features dishes made by a guest chef from Saudi who has served the king before.

Out of all the dishes I tried that day, the shish barak was my fave! It was like dumplings/gnocchi 

Aside from the middle eastern dishes, local Malaysian faves were, of course, also available.

Lemang was great, and as I'm writing this, I'm drooling and craving for it again.

Lots of spice available, and even a live murtabak station:

Sauces and salads galore:

Like I mentioned above, the buffet actually extends to the outside. Here they served stuff like laksa Johor, as well as had stations for cooking mee fresh:

Once you've had your fill, it's of course, time to move on to dessert. They had a Genie sculpture around the desserts which was super cute:

Do you guys see the assortment of baklava??!

MO also has an ongoing giveaway, and you guys should really check it out:

For dining reservations, guests can contact the Dining Reservations Desk at +60 (3) 2330 8798 or email

And that's it for this post! I hope you guys found it helpful and informative. 

See y'all in my next post!

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