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The venue: This grand dining room boasts an intimate courtyard terrace and an open veranda overlooking the resort’s stunning gardens and fountains. The distinctive show kitchen evokes a bygone era with high vaulted ceilings, voluminous copper chimneys, enameled cast iron ovens and large wooden tables.
Iftar: Experience a traditional iftar buffet at The Rotisserie restaurant and savour the flavours of Middle Eastern cuisine with a selection of generous mezze, salads, and the popular Rotisserie live grill serving traditional ouzi lamb with oriental rice, lamb kebabs and homemade umm ali pudding.
Suhoor: Buffet or à la carte options available.
Timings: Sunset-8.30pm (iftar), 8.30pm-11.30pm (buffet and à la carte).
Bookings accepted? Yes. (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
The One&Only Royal Mirage’s Rotisserie does little to break the mould of ‘international’ buffet restaurant in terms of menu, though the setting is more upmarket than most. The outdoor booths built into the hotel’s walls make for cosy spots to linger in the evening, while the emphasis of the buffet is European, with a few token sambousek and tagines lurking under the heaters. On the whole, the food itself is decent, if not a little expensive (unless you’re planning on eating an awful lot).
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