Hospitality Development Company (HDC) has announced that it is offering, to mark the advent of the holy month of Ramadan, special Iftar and Suhoor menus at its restaurants located in Porto Arabia at The Pearl-Qatar.
A mix of set and A la carte Iftar and Suhoor menus will be offered at Burj El Hamam, Megu, Urban Jazz Kitchen, Isla and Al Tabkha restaurants from sunset until midnight, while Urban Jazz Kitchen and Burj Al Hamam will stay open until 3am every day throughout Ramadan.
The culinary experience created by HDC at its restaurants, in the form of specially-crafted menus, reflects the “joy of sharing the holy month’s blessings with loved ones during Iftar and Suhoor with an equal focus on offering wholesome meals”, the company has said in a statement.
Al Tabkha, the casual homemade-style Lebanese restaurant in 18 La Croisette, is offering a wide selection of items for QR75 per person for Iftar. Suhoor is offered A la carte.
Burj Al Hamam will also dish out Levantine food creations at its waterfront setting in 1 La Croisette in Porto Arabia. It will offer a six-course Iftar for QR110 and a choice of A la carte or set Suhoor, the latter being valid for a minimum of four persons for QR130 each.
Japanese eatery Megu in 6 La Croisette will serve a varied selection of sashimi, sushi and maki rolls for Iftar and Suhoor for QR150 per person and QR75 for children below 12 years.
Urban Jazz Kitchen, located in 10 La Croisette in Porto Arabia, will offer customers a six-course menu for Iftar as well as Suhoor, priced at QR80 per person and QR150 for two persons.
Known for its cantina-style dining room, Isla will serve authentic Mexican food with an A la carte for Iftar and Suhoor.
HDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Development Company.
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