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For those who love the celebrations but hate the cooking, Spice Island is serving up Takeaway Turkeys with or without all the trimmings as a selection of savoury sides and traditional sweet treats. Festive Takeaway order can be placed at the hotel's lounge one day prior to pick up.
Traditional Christmas Turkey, roasted to perfection with the delicious trimmings such as sauteed vegetables, roast potatoes, stuffing, Chicken Chipolatas, cranberry sauce and thick gravy. Minimum of 24 hour advance is required.
• Turkey with all the trimmings Dhs390 (5-6kg)
• Turkey without any trimmings Dhs320 (5-6kg)
• Turkey with all the trimmings Dhs390 (7-8kg)
• Turkey without any trimmings Dhs320 (7-8kg)
Sides (enough for 3 persons)
• Potatoe: roasted, mashed, French or Steak fries Dhs30
• Carrots, Brussels sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower Dhs40
• Onion and Sage stuffing Dhs30
• Beef Chipolatas Dhs45
• Cranberry sauce and gravy Dhs30
Selections of sweet festive treat including:
Christmas pudding, Christmas Cake, Mince Pies, Yule Log, Vanilla, Panettone, Bauli, Pfeffernusse, Domino Steine, Chocolate, Cinammon Star Cookies, Gingerbread House, Chocolate Christmas Tree, Chocolate Santa, assorted sizes, Gingerbread Hearts, Chocolate Butter Spekulatius and Christmas Cookies. (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Spice Island Guests can sample international cuisine served from six live cooking stations. Dhs199 (soft drinks), Dhs259 (selected house beverages), Dhs329 (selected premium beverages), Dhs69 (children aged six to 12), free for children under six Timings: 6.30pm-11.30pm (Friday)
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Though its popularity may have waned recently, the quality of Spice Island’s buffet certainly hasn’t. Meaty cigali is cooked to order alongside fresh Mongolian stir-fries, while expert butter chicken sits comfortably between Mexican tacos and Japanese tempura. The service is efficient, and – importantly if you’ve booked in for brunch – the measures are liberal, and the whole thing goes on for four hours instead of the usual three. The only thing that might tempt you in another direction is a livelier crowd, for Spice seems to attract primarily families these days. If you’re averse to small people, however, you shouldn’t be concerned – there’s an entire area to keep them quiet, with cartoons, face painting and enough nuggets to sink a school bus.
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