Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi to host first-ever ‘Ministry of Crab’ pop-up

UAE’s celebrity chef Dharshan Munidasa will be visiting Abu Dhabi for a three-day ‘Ministry of Crab’ pop-up event.

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UAE’s celebrity chef Dharshan Munidasa will be visiting Abu Dhabi for a three-day ‘Ministry of Crab’ pop-up event.

 

The event that will be hosted at the  Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, from 25 to 27 April, features four signature dishes from the famed Sri Lankan restaurant.

Talking about this event, Munidasa said, “I am very excited to introduce the delicacies we serve at Ministry of Crab to the UAE with this pop-up at Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi.”

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The menu kicks off with a sharing plate of a creamy Crab Liver Pâté, followed by the rich Baked Crab, likened by many to a Crab Risotto. A winning dish is Garlic Chilli Prawn that Chef Dharshan cooks in Italian olive oil, Japanese soy sauce, garlic and chilli flakes in a style that is unique to Ministry of Crab. Ideal for two to share, the much-loved Pepper Crab celebrates two ingredients endemic to Sri Lanka, where the freshness of the crab is fused with the heat of hand-crushed peppercorns, whole peppercorns and pepper stock.

 

 

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