Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel, will transport guests to the land of the Crescent Moon as they delve into an genuine culinary Turkish encounter by means of the finest cuisines at its new seasonal restaurant and lounge, Turkuaz. From February 27 to June four, Turkuaz’s culinary team led by Chef Okan Demir, Chef de Cuisine, such as going to chefs Ali Ozkan and Alper Kizilbayir from The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul will enrich pallets with a assortment of wealthy and flavourful signature dishes.
With tea service accessible till late, diners can take pleasure in the evening below standard colourful glassed Turkish lanterns. Also open for Suhoor all through the holy month of Ramadan, the restaurant and lounge will supply guests with a fulfilling pre-fasting meal to be enjoyed the Turkish way, with family members and buddies.
With turquoise at its core, a historic symbol of wealth and opulence, the space is inspired by Ottoman traditions. Everything from Turkish weaved carpets, decorative calligraphy, painted ceramics and elaborate architecture that dominated the area have been infused into the restaurant’s décor.
“Turkish cuisine is considered to be one of the most sophisticated from around the world. With a fusion of Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and Balkan influences it carries with it centuries of history that can be felt in each bite. The opening of Turkuaz will allow guests to experience the magnificence culture and traditions that were once sought out by people from around the world,” mentioned Katrin Herz, basic manager at Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
“We want our guests to indulge in a truly authentic dining experience and take in the diverse yet distinct culture that once enriched one of the most powerful empires of our history.”
Guests can encounter standard cuisine inspired by components discovered inside the area, such as a quantity of locally harvested create, collectively with meat, spices, and herbs. Signature dishes consist of ‘Icli Kofti’ much better identified as stuffed meatball, ‘Etli Manti’, standard dumplings, ‘Adana Kebab’, hand-minced meat kebab mounted on iron skewer and grilled on charcoal and the well-known ‘Firin Sutlac’, rice pudding. After dinner, guests can immerse themselves in a everyday cultural practice and sip on standard Turkish tea which is provided to other individuals as a sign of friendship.
With its heritage stemmed from nomadic traditions, Turkish hospitality is a substantial aspect of the culture that has been imprinted and passed down generation right after generation.
At Turkuaz guests are welcomed to encounter a level of warmth collectively with the finest meals as they develop memories.
For a lot more info or to make a reservation, guests can contact +968 2476 4444 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Source: Muscat Daily