The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai JBR launches al fresco culinary experiences

The property’s Amaseena restaurant has introduced themed nights for the winter months

The restaurant will be serving over thirty different varieties of kibbeh and twenty different varieties of kebabs in November
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The restaurant will be serving over thirty different varieties of kibbeh and twenty different varieties of kebabs in November

Amaseena at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai JBR has launched an outdoor culinary experiences for the winter months.

The restaurant features Arabic cuisine inclusive of spiced meats and seafood, Mandi-cooked lamb, kofta and traditional Arabic sweets.

Weekly themed nights, held every Wednesday and Thursday at the eatery, feature live Arabic music, belly dancing and dishes prepared by chef Rami.

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Throughout the month of November, the restaurant will be serving over thirty different varieties of kibbeh and twenty different varieties of kebabs.

The month of December will feature the theme 'Streets of Arabia' which include dishes such as Turkish pide, Jordanian chicken mousakhan, Syrian fetteh and falafel, Egyptian foul madames and kushery.

The dining venue has also introduced offers for UAE’s 48th National Day. The day will feature an Emirati buffet spread inclusive of saffron custard drink, lamb ouzi, harees, camel kofta, shawarma, logamat dumplings and more.

The property is also set to launch monthly themed nights for 2020. Monthly themed nights feature Moroccan nights in January, Syrian nights in February, Persian nights in March and Levant nights in April.

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