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H Hotel’s PLAY Restaurant & Lounge is introducing an Iftar and Suhoor menu with an experimental and playful twist, this Ramadan.

Iftar menu with an experimental twist

It may be the season of fasting, but it’s also the season of good food. Every Ramadan, there’s a great deal of anticipation over the variety of culinary choices and dining options in the city and the PLAY Ramadan menu has an experimental twist. Some of the highlights include wagyu vine leaves, crispy duck salad and butter chicken gyoza. They’ll also be serving a selection of hot and cold appetizers such as wagyu strip-loin, baby chicken with jalapeño, grilled salmon teriyaki and their signature fries.

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Pop-up dessert bar and menu

One of the truest ways to enjoy Iftar, is to indulge in some traditional desserts and all through this holy month, PLAY is transforming its bar into a makeshift patisserie, serving a lavish selection of new and innovative Ramadan-inspired desserts in a refreshing presentation. Executive Chef Santiago Guerrero recommends indulging in the ‘PLAY Nitro Sundae’, which boasts of “table-side roast marshmallows and chocolate, as well as a cotton candy surprise in the form of a frozen cheesecake wrapped in cotton candy!”

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Variety of Suhoor offerings

With a fusion of traditional and contemporary flavours, PLAY will be serving an array of dishes in multiple packages. On offer are, a ‘Cold Mezze’ package, inclusive of dishes like tomato tartar, smoked salmon, baba ghanoush and PLAY spring rolls; a ‘Hot Mezze’ package, serving fatayeh with cheese, black cod croquettes, cauliflower tempura, falafel and crispy beef; and a PLAY sushi package serving prawn teriyaki, avocado maki, king crab maki and chicken katsu maki. Other Suhoor staples include a ‘Grill Platter’ for two with dishes such as Wagyu skewer, lamb skewer, shish taouk and PLAY’s famed mini Wagyu bao burger.

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