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Serbian cuisine is described as ‘Europe’s Foodie Secret’ by the website of the iconic Lonely Planet travel guides. The hidden treasures of Serbian gastronomy, however, are now revealed for diners in Dar at the Balkan Cuisine night every Monday at the Hyatt. (more…)
Koftas are meatballs (in Arabic). Together with shawarmas, falafel and
hummus, koftas are one of the ubiquitous Arab dishes enjoyed across all the
Arab nations. Chef Barakat says they are essentially home food: something
simple, basic and familiar, yet loaded with memories and associations.
Every Arab cook will have his or her own version. (more…)
Last month I joined fellow Dar wine lovers to meet iconic winemaker Ken Forrester for a special tasting of his wines at the magnificent Level 8 Bar of the Hyatt Regency Dar Es Salaam. (more…)
Tabbouleh is an Arabic parsley salad with scattered grains of bulgur wheat – a quick-cooking form of whole wheat . It vies with hummus, falafel and meat shawarmas as the most famous Arab foods to have migrated out of the Middle East. In the Arab World, especially in its home of Syria and Lebanon, the salad is usually made as part of the mezze table. (more…)
Every Tuesday at The Palm Restaurant, you can experience an Arabic feast that is based on the simple but effective formula of creating authentic food made to the highest Hyatt standards. The astonishing choice of freshly made dishes reflects the varied traditions and influences of the region. This is all achieved under the masterful direction of Chef Barakat whose team prepares dishes using the most popular recipes from several Arabic nations.
Over the next few weeks, Chef Barakat from Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro, will be sharing recipes for some of the most popular dishes from the weekly Arabic theme night at The Palm Restaurant. (more…)