Sun, 29 April 2018
The Ramee Grand Hotel & Spa has geared up to heartily welcome Ramadan and indulge patrons with great hospitality all through the festive period, and beyond.
The entrance of the Ramee Grand Hotel & Spa in Seef will be the enchanting pathway that will lure guests into Khaymat Mandolin, a grand indoor tent, to mark the festivities of The Holy Month. Guests are in for a terrific Middle Eastern experience – with a majestic ambience and a lavish spread of scrumptious food laid out for Iftar, followed by Ghabga.
The tent can seat 80 people indoors, with additional capacity of 40 seated in the adjacent glass-panelled, stylish shisha lounge. There is also a demarcated VIP area, where families and friends can enjoy their own private space.
The best gastronomic delights of this significant month will be laid out at Khaymat Mandolin, along with juices and mouth-watering sweets quintessential to the festivities. The indulgence of taste will be perfectly complemented by alluring Arabic tunes, to set the right mood for the evening.
The hotel welcomes corporates to host their Iftar or Ghabga soirées at the Acacia ballroom on the second floor of the property. The sophisticated venue will be decorated to replicate an exotic Arabian atmosphere, and the menu can be customised to accommodate a variety of tastes and budgets.
In addition, a satiating Suhoor meal can be arranged from 2.30am to sunrise. This package is available for large groups and prior booking is essential.
Rasoi, the property’s fine dining Indian restaurant, will be operational for breakfast, lunch and dinner for those not observing the ritual fast throughout The Holy Month. The outlet is best known for its flavoursome curries and biryanis, tasty vegetarian fare, succulent appetisers and sinful desserts. The special promotion that Rasoi has on offer is just too good to resist, giving value for money that is probably hard to find elsewhere. Besides à la carte, diners can opt to order from a specially curated set menu, available for lunch and dinner, priced at only BD5 per person, or BD9 for two, inclusive of taxes. The menu allows you to choose one soup from a choice of three, and one of six starters (three vegetarian and three non-vegetarian). One main course can be selected from four vegetarian and three non-vegetarian alternatives. Additionally, a dal (lentil preparation) and dessert can be ordered from the four respective options provided.
With names like Lahsooni Murg Tikka, Shahi Sabz Seekh, Dum Aloo Bhojpuri, Malabar Prawn Curry and Gulab e Gulkand on the cards, it is difficult to make a decision. The portions are just right for one or two diners, with unlimited portions of fragrant steamed rice, light and fluffy phulkas (flatbreads) and condiments offered.
So, be it the Ramadan revelries at Khaymat Mandolin or the enticing Indian cuisine at Rasoi, you’ll be glad you paid a visit.
Call 17 111-999.