This Ramadan, the iconic Taj Hotels offers Iftar menus with modern flair across its hotels, making them the perfect place to spend the holy month with family and friends.
Guests can start their meal in the evening with dates, fruits, crudités and nuts while sipping on some refreshing sherbet; making way to delectable kebabs, biryanis and sumptuous desserts. The signature dishes include an assortment of appetizers including Chicken cutlet in Mapla, Samak Meshwi and Lebanese delicacies like Hummus, Fattoush, and Falafel. The array of main course options include Bamia Bil Lahm -an Egyptian lamb stew, Kabsa Bil Dijaj -a flavourful rice with chicken from Saudi Arabia and Mutton Khichda for the meat lovers. The quintessential Iftar meal concludes on a sweet note with a wide array of desserts such as Omali, Shahi Tukda, Baklava and K’nafi Jibni.
With spectacular dining venues such as Souk at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, Anise at Taj Coromandel, Chennai, Mynt at Taj West End, Bangalore, Adaa at Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad and Bombay Brasserie at Taj Dubai among others; diners can enjoy a large selection of traditional delicacies inspired by local and international cuisines, as well as a wide variety of gourmet desserts for Iftar.