Ramadan is much more than a fasting period: it is a Holy Month rooted in culture, faith and history. Across the globe, Muslims mark these times with unique and vibrant celebrations that were passed on through generations. The holy month is marked with traditions such as fasting, charity and prayer.
With canons fired daily, to signal the end of the day’s fast, Hyatt Regency Al Kout Hotel welcomes its guests daily to their beautifully set Ramadan Tent where I have enjoyed a rich menu and selections of foods to choose from during the breaking of the fast.
From the traditional dates, nuts, dried fruits and laban, the restaurant offers a range of Arabic mezza and dishes, local favorites, such as jareesh, harees, qabot, marqoq, tashreb and lamb machbos.
Homemade pasta and items from the extensive international buffet selection complement these local favorites.
Those with a sweet tooth will want to leave room for dessert, as there will be a plethora of popular treats to choose from.
The Ramadan experience is completed with live entertainment from local musicians, whose traditional folk songs will add to the authentic atmosphere of the tent and provide a taste of the region’s rich cultural heritage.
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