DoubleTree by Hilton Presents Over the Moon, Mid-Autumn Sweet Delights

In conjunction with the annual Mid-Autumn Festivities, DoubleTree by Hilton this year’s campaign focuses on mid-autumn festival treats and the mooncakes, which are elegantly crafted, highlights high quality, unique flavours which Hilton is renowned for.


The Over the Moon mooncake which are sold as the Hilton National mooncake box is designed with subtle delicate floral motive representing the appreciation of abundance of harvest celebration. The modern floral motive and pastel colors will resonate well with the younger generation who are targeting to keep this tradition of gifting alive.

It all derives from the “Over the Moon” feeling when you are gifted with the specially designed Mid-Autumn sweet delights a show of colorful merriment of appreciation and gifting, get-togetherness and a time to celebrate with loved ones.

Traditional Baked Premium Mooncakes:

  • Baked Mixed Nuts RM35 per piece
  • Lotus Paste with Single Yolk RM35 per piece
  • Pandan Lotus Paste with Single Yolk RM35 per piece
  • Durian Lotus Paste with Single Yolk RM35 per piece

Special Gift Set – RM128 nett for a box of 4 pieces

Traditional Baked Mooncakes:

  • Tiramisu Lotus Paste RM30 per piece
  • Black Sesame Lotus Paste with Single Yolk RM30 per piece
  • Pumpkin Lotus Paste RM30 per piece
  • Pure Lotus Paste RM30 per piece

Special Gift Set – RM108 nett for a box of 4 pieces

For more information or to get your mooncakes:

  • call 03-2172 7272
  • email

Makan Kitchen

Makan Kitchen, the signature all-day dining at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur is taking us on a journey filled with cuisines of diverse cultures. Makan Kitchen, touted as the true showcase of Malaysian dining, is a gastronomic introduction to the versatility of Malaysian cuisine.

Malaysia is not just a melting pot filled with historical monuments and stories. Malaysia is also seen as a place for culinary adventures. Viewed as the hub of culinary actions, Makan Kitchen is the heart of food. Keeping true to its “heritage dining village” theme, the new Makan Kitchen comes with a wide range of culture, flavour and taste.

Venture into a New Realm of Multicultural Cuisine

One of the many things Makan Kitchen is known for is its wide range of culture when it comes to food. Diners who enter Makan Kitchen are brought on a trip down memory lane with signature Malaysian dishes and at the same time, be introduced to new offerings.

Panning across all of the many Malaysian cultures, Makan Kitchen introduces and infuses the use of local influences such as the Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisines that are popularly known across Malaysia. Beyond the local popular cultures, Makan Kitchen also highlights an array of authentic taste to Malaysia through the cultures of Kristang, Peranakan and Iban cuisines.

Come and journey through the culture of Kristang, a creole ethnic group of people of mixed Portuguese and Malaccan descent based in Malaysia as well as Singapore. The Kristang culture fuses both Portuguese and local flavours, inspired from local Malay, Chinese and Indian spices and methods such as the ever famous Cari Debal also known as Devil’s Curry, a very spicy curry flavoured with candlenuts, galangal and vinegar.

Adventure through the Peranakan section at Makan Kitchen, made up of people descended from marriages between Chinese and local Malay or Indonesian women from around the Malay Archipelago. The Peranakan cuisine came about thanks to the union of Chinese ingredients and distinct spices and cooking techniques used by the Malay/Indonesian community. A dish famously known is Nyonya Laksa, a dish with the presence of coconut milk that adds a distinctive richness to it.

Explore the Iban culture, a branch of Dayak (native people of Borneo). Most Ibans live in Sarawak, with a small portion based in Sabah and some in West Malaysia. The culture of Iban still lives within them today even as society has become more urbanized. Their staple food called “Pansuh”, which translates to food, cooked in a bamboo stem.

Makan Kitchen and its Signature Dishes

With the diversity of different cultures coming together, Makan Kitchen creates not only a melting pot of different types of food but also signature dishes, which makes a visit to Makan Kitchen is not to be missed. These signature dishes are a reflection of what it means to have a true Malaysian dining experience, which features traditional favorites. From Laksa Johor and Laksa Sarawak to choices of seafood such as Seafood in XO Broth, Fish head curry, Seafood Congee, Steamed Seafood with Nyonya Sauce and Salmon Umai.

Other signature dishes includes, Mee Suah, Cantonese Seafood Yee Mee, Penang White Curry Noodles for noodle lovers, Beef Kut Teh, a traditional twist on Bak Kut Teh and an ever famous Malay dish, Beef Rendang prepared with premium beef short ribs. Makan Kitchen truly displays the meaning of Malaysian Dining.

Spearheading the Kitchen itself is Executive Chef Eric Siew, who has been with the pre-openings of DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur. With over 15 years of culinary experience under his belt, Chef Eric Siew has been remarkable in providing excellence in food preparation.

With the additions of signature dishes and the Malaysian culture, Makan Kitchen at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur truly highlights the versatility of the Malaysian cuisine. It is time to take a journey back to the roots of Malaysian Cuisine at Makan Kitchen.

Makan Kitchen is open from 6:00AM to 11:00PM with lunch served at 12:00Noon – 2:30PM (Mondays – Fridays), Hi-Tea from 12:00PM – 4:30PM (Saturdays and Sundays), and dinner served at 6:30PM – 10:30PM.

Prices for lunch and dinner is as below:

Lunch : RM79 per person
Hi-Tea : RM91 per person
Dinner : RM135 per person

To make a reservation or for further queries, please call +603 2172 7272.

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