InterContinental Regency Bahrain celebrates Ramadan by offering truly authentic experiences throughout the holy month. This year the Al Thurayya Ramadan Tent is set to exceed everyone’s expectations with a fresh new design and refurbishment that has taken place. The ambience will never be like before with the newly refurbished tent comprising traditional majlis sections and low-seating areas combined with traditional Egyptian folk dances, including the colorful El-Tanoura Dance.
InterContinental Regency assures a delightful Iftar experience with calm Arabic music, sumptuous buffets and Ramadan juices. While your Iftar experience is tranquil, Al Thurayya is offering a whole new experience for Ghabga.
During Ghabga, our Egyptian entertainers will please all your senses with the wonderful El-Tanoura Dance and other performances throughout the evening.
Al Thurayya will be open daily for Iftar and Ghabga, from Maghrib time to 8:30 pm for Iftar and from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am for Ghabga.
Iftar buffets are BD 14 net per person for both weekdays and weekends.
Ghabga buffets are BD 14 net per person on weekdays (Saturday – Tuesday) and BD 15 net per person on weekends (Wednesday – Friday).
This week InterContinental Regency Bahrain’s Executive Chef, Mohammed Samara shows us how to make one of our favourite Arabic desserts – Kunafa. Made of Akawi cheese which is a stretchy white cheese, Kunafa is topped with rich semolina, or Kunafa dough pastry, all of it soaked in sweet rosewater syrup and blossom water.
Ingredients For the Kunafa:
Kunafa Dough – can be found frozen in any supermarket or fresh in Arabic pastry chop
Akawi Cheese – can be mixed with some mozzarella cheese.
Orange food color
Ingredients For the Sugar syrup
½ lime or lemon
Saffron for taste
Pistachio powder for garnishing