Mondrian Doha Celebrates Ramadan with Exquisite Iftar and Suhoor Menus To-Go
Mondrian Doha is pleased to announce a host of exciting culinary delights to mark the holy month of Ramadan, giving the Qatar community the opportunity to revel in delicious Iftar and Suhoor meals, even from the comfort and safety of their homes.
Qatari-inspired Walima restaurant boasts a variety of dishes from across the Middle East, led by Arabian cuisine guru Chef Sezar. Walima will offer generous Ramadan Iftar boxes with a selection of Chef Sezar’s exquisite dishes including Walima’s star chicken biryani, lamb machboos or mixed grill as the main course, a diverse selection of hot and cold mezzeh, beverage and a must-have at any Iftar table – majdool dates, dried figs, nuts, and lentil soup.
Chefs of Qatar
Chef Sezar Eliass and Morimoto’s Executive Chef Timur Fazilov have jointly collaborated to provide exclusive set menus as part of the ‘Chefs of Qatar’ virtual food festival.
Through the initiative supported by Qatar National Tourism Council and Qatar Airways, Walima will offer a traditional Iftar-style meal with Chef Sezar’s signature mixed grills and a variety of hot and cold mezzeh, as well as an Arabic dessert, fruit and dried fruit platters; while Morimoto’s menu will boast the best of Japanese cuisine, including miso soup, buckweed noodles, tempura shrimps, a selection of maki and sushi and a soufflé-like cheesecake with fresh blackberry jam and fresh fruit. These special meals are available for delivery on Talabat.
In addition, all a la carte options from Mondrian outlets – including CUT, Morimoto, Walima and Hudson Tavern – will be available for takeaway and delivery as part of Mondrian’s Taste-to-Go offering. Hudson Tavern will also continue to serve its exceptional Roast Box offer, pleasing all American cuisine lovers with the great classics such as crusted US CAB Ribeye with mustard, herbs and crushed pepper, as well as traditional sides, condiments and dessert.
According to Mondrian Doha General Manager Vasileios Oikonomopoulos, they are delighted to share in the joy of Ramadan through an amazing Taste-to-Go dining offering.
We are grateful to our partners in QNTC, whose support played a crucial role in helping us make this Ramadan truly special despite all the current challenges.
Also in the framework of the first-of-its-kind Chefs of Qatar Virtual Food Festival, Chef Timur has also collaborated with renowned Qatari chef, pilot, and founder of The Cooking Academy, Hassan Al Ibrahim. The collaboration was the fruit of several workshops and food tastings the two chefs held at the Morimoto kitchen, with a bespoke menu blending Qatari and Japanese flavours to be soon revealed and available for delivery via Talabat.
Mondrian Doha VP Sales and Marketing Mikel Ibrahim said that thanks to Mondrian’s innovative and bold approach, their team has once again devised creative ways to celebrate Ramadan with Qatar. He said that the collaboration between Chef Timur and Chef Hassan, as part of the virtual food festival, will offer Qatari residents a one-of-a-kind gastronomic experience, and an inspiration for their own culinary creations.
Mondrian outlets will also offer catering services for corporate clients who would like to pamper their employees with fine dining Iftar options during Ramadan.
In line with the government guidelines, all Mondrian F&B outlets will be closed for dine-in until further notice, while takeaway and delivery will still be available through Mondrian and Talabat for Walima, CUT, Hudson Tavern, EllaMia and Morimoto. Mondrian fitness centre and the pool will remain closed as well, while ESPA will be offering delivery of ESPA products, with all the services and treatments suspended until further notice.
For more information about Mondrian Doha, visit mondriandoha.com.
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