In Malaysia, open air buffets give travellers a chance to try a variety of local foods very quickly and cheaply. The foods in the buffet vary from restaurant to restaurant but often they include both Chinese and Indian dishes as well as Malaysian ones. You can choose as little or as much of the dish you want and will only be charged according to what you take. During [simpletag]Ramadan[/simpletag], the [simpletag]Malaysia[/simpletag] buffet abounds with local delicacies after sun goes down. The standard rice and curry is replaced by beef lung in a dark sauce and other specialties that aren’t usually on offer.