DINING

Dining at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur offers a confluence of past and present.
Here, against a lustrous backdrop that ranges from turn-of-the-century architecture to art deco, exquisite modern regional cuisine juxtaposes a re-interpretation of the colonial dishes of the Old World. Every meal prepared by our skilled chefs is a play on the senses, setting the stage for you to recount the day’s adventures with family and friends, new and old.

CELEBRATE THE FESTIVE SEASON THE MAJESTIC WAY
The Christmas countdown begins with the unveiling of our Limited Edition Afternoon Tea ‘Scents of Occassion’ a delightful collection of scented cakes specially curated with The House of Creed for you to indulge with your loved ones.

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CONTANGO

Located in the Tower Wing, Contango is a luxuriously designed contemporary restaurant featuring an open kitchen interactive dining concept with a seating capacity for 250 people. The cuisine, freshly prepared to order, ranges from Western with a pizza oven and Churassco Grill to Chinese, Japanese, Malay and Thai.



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COLONIAL CAFE
The Colonial Cafe recreates the atmosphere of the halcyon days of the planters of Malaya and offers authentic classical cuisine from the colonial era. Plush red leather chairs, crisply starched white tablecloths and timber paneling reinforce the colonial feel. Located in the Majestic Wing, it seats 120 both indoors as well as in outdoor covered courtyards. Dine to the soothing music renditions by The Solianos, descendants of the legendary maestro Alfonso Soliano, a family whose musical traditions are entrenched in the nation's history.

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THE BAR

The Bar is a central focus in the Majestic Wing with dark panels, mirrors and brass, and where you can enjoy a Stengah, Gin Pahit or Sling just like the planters of old. The gold-leafed domed ceiling is an original feature of the historic hotel. Come nightfall, nostalgia fills the air as the descendants of the legendary Maestro Alfonso Soliano, a family whose musical traditions date well back into the nation’s history, entertain with their classic renditions.

THE TEA LOUNGE

The elegant Tea Lounge in the Majestic Wing is open to the breeze of the lawn fronting the hotel. The old-fashioned grid ceilings feature classic cut-glass lighting with antique brass fittings. Cosy arrays of comfortable arm chairs with subdued lighting from table lamps provide the perfect setting for a Majestic Afternoon Tea with a local twist.

The Drawing ROOM

Located in the Majestic Wing this is a truly elegant private lounge with the perfect touch of colonial nostalgia. The Drawing Room provides the ideal setting for partaking of that most quintessential of English traditions, Afternoon Tea.

The Writers’ Room

Through its ambience and music, the space rekindles the atmosphere of the early '30s when travel was at its golden age and art deco flourished. And it was here, at this very writers' room, where literary characters enjoyed long, languid days; graham greene, donald davies and willliam somerset maugham who wrote while enjoying delicious in-house pahit cocktails. The Writer's Room is the perfect venue for afternoon tea parties and private evening cocktails.

THE ORCHID CONSERVATORY

Showcasing a hanging garden and orchidscape within a glass atrium, this botanical wonder is the only one of its kind in the country. The Orchid Conservatory features a seasonal range of phalaenopsis orchids; with thousands of stunning large-petaled blooms displayed in a re-creation of their natural habitat. As the seasons progress, so do the variety of orchids on display.

Bookings may be made to enjoy Afternoon Tea, intimate lunches or celebratory dinners for up to 15 persons in this gorgeous setting.

THE SMOKE HOUSE

Within The Smoke House is an elegant private dining room which comes with your own personal Chef, who will work together with you to create the perfect menu for a table of ten guests. Entirely private and exclusive, a dinner here is sure to impress and will make any celebration truly special. Advance reservations are essential.