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Enjoy steamboat at the Klagan Regency at 1Borneo starting February 2018

17th January, 2018

By PAUL MU

KOTA KINABALU: The Klagan Regency at 1Borneo here will introduce a steamboat at its Libaran Cafe starting in Feb to cater for the increasing number of Chinese and Korean guests staying in the hotel.

Its general manager Narendra Sinniah said the steamboat comes with the pots of chicken, congee, pumpkin and tom yam soups.

Available from 11am to 9pm daily.

“We are offering customers a standard set of four soups at any one order. And the steamboat is available during the day until evening,” said Narendra during the preview of the steamboat for the media on Friday.

“It took us one month to come up with this menu which comes with 12 items such as shitake mushroom, scallops, chicken meat, fish, prawn, just to name a few,” he said, adding that the steamboat menu was created by chef Mia Sin and chef Lim Soon Yoong.

“We are serving the steamboat menu because of the demand from the domestic and foreign markets especially the Chinese and Koreans where we are giving them more choices of dishes compared to what they may get back home,” said Narendra.

At the moment, some 70-80 per cent of their hotel guests are Chinese and Koreans so there is definitelty a demand for steamboat he disclosed.

The price for the steamboat is RM49 per adult while children (aged 5 to 12 years old) and senior citizens (60 years and above) will be given 50 per cent discount.

One order can cater for four persons.

The restaurant on level five can seat 180 diners at any one time and the hotel will set up the seating at the ballroom for big groups of 300-500 people, he said.

Also present were the hotel’s marketing communication manager Stella Moluntang and F&B operation manager Stephen CK Lee.

   
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