Dubai, UAE: Award winning Turkish Village Restaurant has curated a wide range of Ramadan favourite dishes that blends authentic Turkish ingredients and flavors perfect for iftar and suhoor at Turkish Village in Jumeirah 1 and Dubai Festival City.
Diners can experience the true essence of Ramadan during the breaking of fast with a daily Iftar feast that presents guests with a sumptuous all-you-can-eat, tableside experience that includes endless skewers of freshly grilled meats, traditional mezze favourites, special Ramadan juices, plus Arabic tea and sweets.
Drawing inspiration from the culinary culture of the Middle East, Turkish Village’s chefs have curated a special menu for Iftar that will be served daily during Ramadan from dusk onwards, using only the freshest of ingredients.
Diners can break their fast with an assortment of starters including soups and salads, cold mezze such as hummus, carrot tarator and yoghurt with dills, and hot starters like cheese or minced meat pide, moussaka, and white beans in tomato sauce. A selection of freshly grilled meats will be served to the table, with options including adana and urfa kebab, kofta, chicken shish, tandoor and plenty more.
No Iftar experience is complete without a sweet closure, and desserts such as kunafa, baklava stuffed with cream and pistachios, and the creamiest cakes and puddings are legendary at Turkish Village.
Throughout the holy month, Turkish Village will also have whole lamb tandoor available for home delivery, as well as beautifully presented baklava trays that are perfect for gifting to family and friends. Baklava platters include options like carrot slice baklava, walnut baklava, pistachio roll baklava, and midye shell baklava.
With a capacity for large events that can accommodate over 500 guests over three levels, Turkish Village Restaurant can curate a Ramadan menu that can be custom made to suit your office and family meals during the holy month.
Priced from AED 175 per person for unlimited food and beverages, Turkish Village will be embracing a ‘dine more, pay less’ approach during the Holy Month, meaning the more people dine during Iftar, the less the bill will be per person. Iftar will be served from sunset onwards with discounts offered to those dining in groups. Suhoor meals can be ordered a la carte from the menu according to diners’ preferences.
The three level Turkish Village Restaurant is located strategically in Jumeirah 1 (across La Mer, next to Spinneys and the Jumeirah Grand Mosque), and in Dubai Festival City Mall promenade overlooking the fountains. It offers a laid-back memorable and interactive dining experience, within a warm and welcoming ambience. It is also a one-stop shop for artisanal Turkish products.
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