Pop-up restaurant offers alfresco dining with a woman’s touch

DIVERSITY, women’s empowerment and marvellous Middle Eastern cuisine were on display at the Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain last night at the official opening of the beach resort’s latest pop-up restaurant concept, named Ammuri, at its alfresco venue, Nikmati.

Derived from an Arabic lady’s name, Ammuri, meaning ‘radiant’, it is led by the hotel’s Oriental Chef de Cuisine Hanan Osman. Chef Hanan has always been involved in large operations such as the Bahrain International Air Show, royal weddings, yearly Ramadan tents and other banquet functions and has proven to be a key player in the kitchen.

This time, she is showcasing a more intimate interaction with guests, treating them to an authentic Bedouin-style feast with Commis Chef in Pastry, Sabrine Chouiba, as part of her team.

“As we go about our new normal during the global crisis, we take this opportunity to celebrate women in the hospitality industry and this new concept is an ode to their talent and passion,” said General Manager, Bernard de Villèle.

“With a predominantly-female team led by our own brilliant Egyptian chef, Hanan Osman, this new concept will break boundaries and showcase a multitude of artistic plates. Our goal is simple, to enliven the senses of our guests through extraordinary culinary experiences.”

The Ammuri pop-up featuring Egyptian, Moroccan and locally-inspired dishes will run until December 1. It’s open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 6pm to 11pm.

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