A Ramadan to remember at Azraq Restaurant
14 May 2017 - 10:43
Azraq Restaurant will be marking Ramadan this year with a special month-long event, catered to offering its guests a wide choice of cuisines for Iftar and Suhoor, as well as activities for all the family to enjoy.
A replica of the renowned Al Rakiyat Castle will be displayed complete with inscriptions from the Holy Quran. The 19th Century castle will come alive for the month near the entrance of Zest Chocolate Café, welcoming guests coming for the cozy evenings at Azraq.
Once inside Azraq, guests will be transported into another world. A spice market, reminiscent of the souks, a live band playing traditional Arabic music and a Henna artist will all be waiting for them.
When it comes to Iftar and Suhoor, guests will be spoiled for choice. Menu choices include Mediterranean cuisine from all over Arabia, Asian delicacies and international comfort foods. Live stations will be the main highlight, where guests can choose from sushi, Saj, and Shawarma to Italian and Indian food. Of course, the evening cannot be complete without traditional Arabic coffee and Moroccan tea. To end the meal, there will be a fruit mountain and chocolate mountain as well as a traditional Laban cart, offering six different flavours of Laban that will be made on the spot for guests to enjoy. Alternatively, there are four different Ramadan juices, fresh orange juice, frozen slushies as well as other soft drinks. A special menu has been created just for the little ones, including mini burgers and nuggets, with an assortment of mini chocolates and marshmallows for desert.
Iftar and Suhoor for in-house guest: QR220 for adults and QR110 for children. Iftar for outside guest: QR220 for adults and QR110 for children. Suhoor for outside guest: QR270 and QR160 for adults and children. Ramadan at Azraq promises to be a month dedicated to spending quality time with family in the company of good food, entertainment and great memories.