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Indulge in global tastes at Le Méridien Dhaka in Ramadan
With nearly one year behind it since the hotel’s soft launch in June 2015, Le Méridien Dhaka is once again revved up to wow its guests with a matchless Ramadan spread.
Last year, when the hotel had just begun its partial operation, it had reached weekends with twice the regular seating capacity in its all day dining restaurant Latest Recipe.
This year, with two additional specialty dining venues, the hotel’s food and beverages team promises even more varied and stimulating iftar and suhur options for food connoisseurs, said a press release.
The latest recipe has already achieved great reviews from overseas guests and city patrons alike with an open kitchen format in an energising and interactive setting.
With over 08 live cooking stations and 11 extensive buffet islands, the restaurant will be offering an eclectic selection of carefully curated global cuisine for both iftar and suhur.
Buffet Iftar with Dinner will be available at Tk 4,900 per person while buffet Suhur will be available at Tk 2,700 per person.
The restaurant is also tied with various banks and telecommunication organisation for Buy One Get One” privileges.
The hotel’s very unique rooftop-terrace Mediterranean restaurant OLEA will also be offering a buffet fare this Ramadan.
With a focus on Middle Eastern cuisine this holy season, OLEA will be showcasing an extensive buffet of iftar delicacies.
Between 16 June 2016 and 25 June 2016, OLEA will also be hosting a 10-day Egyptian Iftar Festival with a guest chef from Sheraton Cairo Hotel & Casino.
This will be the first time a hotel in Bangladesh will be bringing in an overseas chef for a food festival. Buffet Iftar with Dinner in OLEA will be offered at Tk 4,500 nett per person, with great discount offers with partner banks and telecommunications.
Last but not least, Favola, the hotel’s classic Italian dining restaurant is offering a Set Menu for Iftar at the price of Tk 3,900 nett per person. Apart from assorted beverages and dried fruits and nuts, the menu will include mouth-watering fare including chickpeas and shrimp salad, mushroom soup, chicken lasgna, lamb shank stew, mashed potato, pizza and a variety of other items.
Iftar offers in Le Meridien Dhaka will be available from Maghrib till midnight while suhur will be available from midnight till Fazr.