Doreen Hotels & Resorts is ready to woo the taste buds of meat lovers in the city by arranging a food festival called ‘Meat Lover’s Fest - powered by BanglaCut’ at its signature restaurant, The Flair, from November 4 to November 13.
This time, the meat fest is sponsored by BanglaCut- Bangladesh’s first premium, hand-cut, artisanal meat brand. The talented chefs at Doreen will be preparing amazing beef creations using excellent quality beef from BanglaCut. BanglaCut provides fresh, non-frozen meat without any preservatives. Over the last one year, they have catered to over 10,000 delighted customers and received thousands of positive and encouraging reviews about the quality and freshness of their meat, and the distinctive spices. So, Join and fill your plate with the chef’s choices of meat items ranging from king ranch chicken casserole, spicy meat balls, rare shank steak, classic lamb shank with mint sauce, Brazilian hump steak with wild mushrooms sauce, grilled salmon with spicy orange sauce and so on. The carving station is going to be the main attraction as there will be classic stuffed beef roulade with spinach and sundried tomato, classic rib eyes, bbq prime ribs, classic beef leg. At the salad station there will be beetroots salad, chickpeas chat, Brazilian beef salad, chicken cashew nut salad and many more. And just because you’re at a meaty-heaven, doesn’t mean your sweet-tooth won’t be satisfied - a large dessert table hosts a variety of freshly baked sweets to suit any craving will also be there. There will be around 60+ items in this buffet dinner, which is priced at Tk6,600 net per person with Buy One Get Two Free offer on selected bank cards. There will be complimentary water and beverage too. The buffet time is from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. For reservations, customers can reach the reservation team on this number +8801966662152.
To make this event more attractive there will be a raffle draw on the last day of the festival. Two lucky couples will get a chance to win Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar-Dhaka return air tickets sponsored by US Bangla airlines.