My last evening’s Iftar was at Boulevard Kitchen, the signature dining outlet of Manzil Downtown. This was my first time in the boutique property of Manzil Downtown, an Arabesque themed hotel with elegant decor.
Boulevard Kitchen is housed in the Ground Level of the beautiful property. For Ramadan they are offering a traditional Iftar. We enjoyed their extensive buffet featuring Levantine cuisine.
This Arabesque themed restaurant has traditional yet modern decor. We loved the vibrant paintings adorning the walls of the restaurant, beautiful table settings and relaxed atmosphere.
If you are looking for a luxurious Iftar with a sumptuous buffet, then Boulevard Kitchen is the perfect place for you.
Yesterday when we walked into the restaurant, the place was packed and all the tables were taken. And after trying their delectable Iftar fare, we know why its so popular.
From the food and drinks to the soothing background music and the ambience and service , everything was fabulous. The Iftar at Boulevard Kitchen was a classy affair.
As soon as you step inside the venue, you can feast your eyes on the enticing Dates counter with a range of best dates from the region. Our table also had dates and nuts with cool mineral water, Iftar essentials to break the fast.
One of the Iftar must-have for me is the light and refreshing Lentil Soup and the soup at Boulevard Kitchen was amazing.
Apart from assorted Breads, there was a live cooking station for Saj bread. We got out our Saj bread made with cheese and zaatar. A definite must-try is their Saj bread stuffed with filling of your choice.
For the lovers of street food staple like Shawarma, there was a live Shawarma station. Their Mixed Grill could make any hardcore meat-eater happy.
The dessert counter offered a wide range of traditional Arabic desserts, cakes, pastries puddings and pies. Some of the highlights of the dessert counter were Umm Ali, Kunafa, Date Pudding, Baklava and Chocolate Fudge Cake.
For those of you who don’t want to indulge in sweets, there is also a fruit counter with a good selection of Seasonal Fruits.
We ended our Iftar with the fragrant and refreshing Moroccan Tea. Adding to the Arabesque experience, the Iftar also offered Arabic Coffee. It was served by one of their friendly staff dressed in traditional outfit.
We enjoyed the lavish Iftar and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others.
Phone: 04 428 5888
Timings: From sunset-10pm