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Turkish Kebab Festival in Riyadh

The Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski is organizing a Turkish Kebab Festival at the hotel’s signature Ottoman restaurant, Tuğra. The Turkish ambassador will launch the restaurant on Sunday October 8th 2017. The Turkish Kebab Festival timings are from 7PM until 11PM daily and will continue for a week.

A wide range of kebabs prepared with authentic Turkish seasoning along with well-known Turkish traditional dishes will be prepared under the supervision of Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski’s Executive chef Mesut Ozkan.

Mr. Juan Uribe, Kempinski’s General Manager said, “It is our pleasure to present a unique quality with an amazing authentic taste to our guest’s. The Saudi foodie community is very familiar with traditional Turkish dishes and I am sure they will challenge us to raise the bar and provide the highest quality of service to reach maximum satisfaction.

Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski Riyadh consists of 70 floors where 349 guest rooms, apartment and luxurious suites are spread out across 23 of the tower's floors. In addition to a wide assortment of international restaurants and cafes suitable for all tastes, one of its kind Tuğra, restaurant has been named ''Middle Eastern Restaurant of the Year 2016'' by the Food and Travel GCC Tourism Awards.

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