Fathers, Oysters, Wagyu And More!
June 15, 2017 | BY Nafisa Dahodwala
Celebrate Father's Day at SOULed Out with a special spread of oysters and wagyu beef.
The holy month of Ramadan is nearly coming to an end, but the spirit of the ‘buka puasa’ buffet still ranges in all major restaurants across the country.
While the month of June will see our Muslim brother and sisters fasting, June 18 is also a day to celebrate the man of the house.
To make sure the ‘daddies’ are happy and well-fed, SOULed Out is serving up some mean and meaty steaks. For this day, the restaurant will feature special Wagyu Marble 5 steaks with bottomless waffle fries at all their major outlets in Klang Valley, except for the one in Taman Tun.
Along with steaks, the menu will also see a super delish seafood platter in a bag, which is both spicy and messy and is sure to please your father!
This year, SOULed Out is collaborating with Shucked and Luen Heng wines to bring a one of a kind Oyster Day; an event that pleasantly coincides with Father’s Day. Spoil daddy dearest rotten with some exquisite wines and a range of oysters from Fine De Claire to Gallagher Special.
In addition, to the special Father’s Day menu , SOULed Out will continue to host their buka puasa buffet, available from Sunday right up to Thursday. The buffet menu features local delicacies such as Ayam Percik, Sup Kambing, Biryani and more.
Do note that the special Father’s Day menu of Wagyu Marble 5 steak will only be available from June 16 - 18 , in limited portions. So make sure you book yours well in advance and take your father out for a memorable evening of steaks, oysters, wine and conversations!
For more information or to make a reservation, click here.
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