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New Vibes, New Designs, and New Great Culinary Experiences


CONTINENTS, the extraordinary new all-day dining experience at Sama-Sama Hotel KL International Airport

CONTINENTS by Sama-Sama Hotel at KL International Airport welcomes you to indulge your tastebuds across the seven continents beginning 26 March 2022. Headed by Executive Chef Ahmad Farhan Noorzali, the award-winning culinary team is a perfect stop-over for a gourmet experience that is suitable for business meeting, leisure gatherings, or simply catching up before heading to the destination.

The new modern contemporary design infused with the multiplicities of all-day-dining menus that also offers a la carte, buffet spreads, specially curated menus make CONTINENTS a restaurant to look out for.

CONTINENTS exudes an extraordinary journey of multiple culinary experiences in modern contemporary ambience

Its concept? A multisensory dining experience which focuses on immersing all senses to experience with explosions of flavours and tastes. Let’s just say, it’s definitely something you don’t want to miss out on.

Now, let’s begin our journey, shall we?

Each section offers a variety of cuisine selections from appetizers, salads, live stations, soups, noodles, hot and cold items, and desserts. Start your journey at the Aurora for pastries and sweets – then make your way to the Mediterranean, an island counter live cooking set in the middle of the restaurant, where famous cold cuts including the popular Serrano lamb will be waiting for you.  

Live carving and cold cuts at Mediterranean

As you cruise on, you will arrive at the Kyodo Ryori for the Japanese food lovers. A selection of sushi and delicacies such as the tempura and the California roll, or even opt for affordable premium fresh sashimi with Japanese desserts such as the assorted Mocha, Osaka Roll Cake, and the Castella. Try the popular Poke Adashi Bowl for a taste of a simple street food, and pair it with a hot and tasty miso soup!

The next pit stop is the Asian Walk, where your tastebuds will dance at the mere thought of the multiple epicurean experiences from East, South, and Southeast Asia. With Kupi, Qilin, Archipelago, and Spice Roadstanding by, all you need to do is choose your favourite.

For the truly Malaysian, the Kopitiam concept is a must-try! At Kupi, there are six types of bread that you can choose from for your everyday Malaysian toast and pair it with local coffees such as the Ipoh White, Aik Cheong, or the Caramel coffee. For the afternoon lepak, light treats such as paus, assorted dim sum, curry puffs, and sardine rolls are at your service. There’s even the ABC, Cendol, and Halo-Halo if you opt for something sweet.

Satisfy your craving for local cuisines at Archipelago

Malay food lovers can indulge in Archipelago, where local Malaysia cuisines such as the Kerabu salad and ulam-ulaman with variety of sambal such as the Sambal Nangis, Belacan, Tempoyak, and Mangga. For lunch and dinner, a flavourful Nasi Campur buffet with grilled seafood is the hot star of this flavour funfair. If you’re early, you can catch the famous Nasi Lemak and Nasi Goreng for breakfast! There are also about sixteen types of local desserts for you to try – you should definitely stop by if you have a sweet tooth.

Before long, you would definitely want to stop by Qilin for unique Chinese flavours infused in assorted dishes such as the famous Penang Prawn Laksa, Mee Rebus, and the warm and hearty herbal chicken soup. Next door, Spice Road offers an authentic taste of Taj cuisines with main dishes such as the Jeera Pulao, Lamb Biryani, Aloo Gobi, and of course, the Chicken Tandoori from the live station that will definitely make you hungry. The best part? Both Qilin and Spice Road have their own desserts to choose from that are uniquely very distinct from one another.

Lastly, when you’re finished with your mains, it’s time for your sweets. The colourful from The Liquid, the beverage bar, will fill up your thirst with selections of drinks that will get you quenched and excited! Try the local taste of Teh Tarik Mamak, Pulut Hitam Santan, and Tapai 7Up along with the twelve varieties of designer gelato. Also, be amazed by the Chef’s in-action of rarely seen Teppanyaki Ice Cream, a dessert made over a frost top steel dish.

The twelve varieties of designer gelato at The Liquid

Simply speaking, it is a must-stop while you’re in KL International Airport. Head on over to CONTINENTS for joyful delights and adventures!

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