Hobbies: Unlimited food and festivities

A delicious feast in the elegant surroundings of The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain, Masaya Pavilion will become a memorable gathering for friends and family this Ramadan.

The hotel is once again partnering with stc Bahrain for its famous Ramadan tent with a manicured garden and decor inspired by Bahrain pottery, which is sure to transport guests through a sensory experience that combines tradition and modern grandeur. .

Carried by the culinary and catering director, Yann Bernard Lejard, the menu will this year offer a culinary program that resembles a succession of stalls of food and spices, where the pleasure of breaking the fast marries the joy of sharing lasting memories. with his relatives.

“We are delighted to welcome our valued guests as we open the doors of our Ramadan tent at the Masaya Pavilion again this year, in partnership with stc Bahrain,” said Managing Director Bernard de Villéle.

“A remarkable celebration awaits our guests with our legendary service and memorable dining experiences creating the quintessential atmosphere of the holy month of Ramadan.”

Large buffets of tagines, machboos, saffron rice, falafel rolls and a variety of dates are complemented by live stations of saj bread, Bahraini grill, fresh pasta, pad thai noodles, tandoori meats and delicious desserts – from a range of traditional delicacies.

The atmosphere is enlivened by a three-piece band led by talented young singer Eman Al Aamer every day, as well as the guests’ choice of shisha during the ghabga.

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with one of the most popular venues in the Kingdom, The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain,” said Karim Tabbouche, Consumer Director of stc Bahrain.

“We look forward to seeing the variety of Ramadan-filled experiences and activities this year offered to residents for them to enjoy with their families and friends.

“In doing so, we are constantly looking for opportunities to support Ramadan programs and add to the festive celebrations of the local community,” he added.

The Masaya pavilion is open throughout the month of Ramadan from sunset until 8 p.m. for iftar and from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. for ghabga.

Set on 8 acres of lush gardens and golden sandy beaches, this five-star, 245-room city resort is one of Bahrain’s most stylish destinations, where guests can immerse themselves in local culture and savor extraordinary cuisine. .

For more information call 1758 6499, 1758 0000 or visit: https://www.ritzcarlton.com/bahrain.

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Freeda S. Scott