For the Holy month of Ramadan, Bombay Brasserie have crafted a truly unique Iftar menu, steeped in history and heritage. The menu offers a culinary tribute to the flavors of the ancient Moghul Empire, calling upon classic Indian delicacies with a Middle Eastern twist. Developed from historic scripts written by King Shahjahan’s Royal chefs in the 17th Century, the recipes contained within these significant culinary records had long since been forgotten, with only two manuscripts left intact, one in Chennai and one in the British Library in London.
Working closely with students and professors of Jamia Milia Ismaia University Delhi, one of the hotel’s Sous Chefs, Thoufeek Zakriya, who is a historian and calligrapher painstakingly translated a few key recipes from the original manuscript allowing the Bombay Brasserie team to replicate the heritage of Indian gastronomy with an Iftar menu packed with flavour. Highlights of the menu include Kofte Shahi Mahi – grilled fish kebab flavoured with cinnamon, fennel seeds, sesame oil and ghee, Kebab Baida Murg – Chicken kebab coated with egg white and glazed with goat fat, and Yakhni Teh Bala – rice cooked with fragrant goat stock infused with ghee and cloves. The menu calls upon the hidden gastronomic treasures from the royal ages creating a hedonistic culinary journey that will transport diners through the ages this Ramadan.
Priced at AED 225 per person. Enjoy the timeless delicacies from the start of Ramadan to June 26th 2017
Daily from Iftar to 11.30pm
Location: Bombay Brasserie, Taj Hotel, Burj Khalifa Street, Business Bay – Dubai
Contact number: +971-4 438 3222
Published on June 1, 2017
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