The Meydan Hotel offers an array of cuisines at Meydan Ramadan Tent

By Olga_Gafurova Thursday, 23 May 2019 1:26 PM

The Meydan Hotel offers an array of cuisines at Meydan Ramadan Tent

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The Meydan Hotel is offering an array of cuisines this Holy Month at its annual Meydan Ramadan tent, which are available during the whole month of Ramadan; with an accessible Iftar buffet, and Suhoor a la carte offering. Guests will savour an array of delicacies from the International buffet, featuring traditional Middle Eastern favourites. Iftar will be served from sunset to 8pm daily for AED 199 per person, and Suhoor 9pm until 2am. Children aged four to 12 will be able to dine with 50% discount, and little guests under four dine for free.

Friends and families are invited to enjoy dining with a touch of urban elegance, at the five-star hotel next to the world-famous Meydan horseracing track. The décor speaks tradition with style amplifying modern moments with family and friends; embracing the Ramadan spirit, with warm gatherings every night in relaxing and friendly ambience.

To satisfy every taste bud, the lavish buffet will feature a selection of dishes from international cuisines alongside traditional Arabic favourites. The tent will host six live cooking stations serving ‘cooked lamb ouzi’, ‘mixed Arabic mezze’ and more. Those looking for international flavours can head to the wok and pasta station; stopping by the sushi and sashimi station en route.

Expanding the offerings, there will be an array of options including dishes such as ‘Emirati Harris’, ‘Egyptian mulukkhiya’, ‘Indian chicken biryani’, ‘Iranian kebabs’, and ‘grilled lamb chops’ and ‘salmon dishes’. While meat lovers can relish the variety of choices, vegetarian gastronomes can enjoy different selections such as ‘lentil soup’, ‘salads’, ‘kushari’, and ‘mussaka’.

The delectable cuisines will be paired with an extensive list of beverages including Ramadan favourites such as ‘Vimto’, ‘Qamar al dine’ and ‘kardadeh’. For the grand finale, those with a sweet tooth can rejoice with an assortment of puddings, including Arabic highlights from ‘umm ali’, ‘cheese kunafa’, and ‘Meydan Qamar Al Dain Muhalbyia’, and ‘dark chocolate cake’.