Iftar Fiesta at luxury hotels, posh restaurants

- A Monitor Report 16 May, 2018  |    -      +
Dhaka : The Muslim's holy month of fasting, a long wait has come to an end. Ramzan or Ramadan, is a month of patience and reformation.

Embrace the spirit of Ramadan with family and friends at posh and luxurious hotels and restaurants in and Chittagong.

To reach towards the holy month of Ramadan with the reflection of purity and profound religious devotion, Ramadan, the period of mental, physical and spiritual elevation, is celebrated throughout the world.

Before the grand festivity and celebration of Eid-ul Fitr begins, the month of spiritual reflection and worship, where the majority of the Muslim nation observes abstinence from food and beverage consumptions from dawn till dusk. For many, the highlight of the day during Ramadan is breaking fast in the evenings. Over the last decade, the food culture has tangibly revealed patrons going on hunts for the best Iftar opportunities in Bangladesh.

Most the international hotel chains, luxurious hotels and posh restaurants have made massive preparation for guests from May 17 to June 14 (depends on appearance of the moon).

Refresh yourself after a long day of fasting with rows of delicacies, encompassing a variety of traditional to oriental and international healthy cuisines along with refreshing beverages.

Long Beach

Long Beach Suites has arranged a wide range of delectable, delicious and healthy Buffet Iftar followed by dinner at its Cozy Sizzler Restaurant_ a multi-cuisine restaurant in the city. Besides, the mouth-watering Iftar and dinner delicacies, this year Cozy Sizzler will offer a special Chaat Counter to the food lovers which will offer Papri Chaat, Dahi Bara, Dahi-Fuchka, Samosa Chaat, etc. This will definitely tantalise the taste buds of the guests. All these can be enjoyed at a price of BDT 3399 (all-inclusive per person). There will be special Seheri set menu which is priced at BDT 1265 (all incl. per person).

Regency

Regency Hotel, a new generation Business Class hotel, has arranged host of inimitable offers for Rama-dan. The hotel, which possesses a particular grasp on Middle Eastern cuisine, is focusing on creating a smorgasbord of Arabian fare alongside popular local items for its city and overseas guests alike.

The highlight of the offers available in Regency is set to be the Buffet Iftar cum Dinner competitive price of BDT 1,885 (all inclusive per person), which will be hosted throughout the holy month in its all day dining culinary venue Grandiose Restaurant from dusk till midnight at BDT 3,490 (all inclusive per person). Buffet items will not only offer the traditional deshi items and also Middle Eastern delicacies such as kunafah, katayef, basbousa, shwarmas, sambuseks, hummus, mandi, kabsa and more.

Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka

During the month of Ramadan enjoy the Moroccan style foods at The Eatery and The Beast, the two signature restaurants of Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka. From sunset, guests may enjoy a plentiful array of Moroccan Foods in both of our venues. Chef Mjido specially flying from Morocco to show his culinary expertise in the kitchen of Four Points and present the guests some tantalizing Moroccan cuisines like Hummus, Baba Ganoush and Moutable, Kasba with Oriental Rice, Lubiyabil Zit, Lamb Tagine, Afgani Chicken Tikka, Chicken Tangri Kebab, Pasta Al Fungi, Lebanese Style Grilled Chicken, Chicken Shawarma (with all condiments) with traditional Iftar items and an array of local and Arabic sweets and desserts like, Jelabi, Baklava, Firni, Al Saraiya, Pistachio Cream Brule, Basbusa, Fruits Trifles, Mahalabiya, Kunafa, Katayib, etc.

The signature restaurant, The Eatery is offering the Iftar and Dinner Buffet for the guests at tower building will serve a wide array of Iftar menu at BDT 4600 (net per person). Guests who wish to taste more selected items in a calm environment the are welcome at The Eatery Suites restaurant, which will be a perfect place to enjoy the Iftar and lavish Dinner Buffet Suhoor or Seheri at BDT 3162 (per person) on Thursday and Friday nights.

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