-Ciragan Palace cooks big name at Turkish Food Festival
ISLAMABAD: Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul on Thursday inaugurated the Turkish Food Festival at a press convention where guests had the possibility to meet the famend chefs of Çırağan Palace Kempinski, Istanbul, with a quote from a well-known Turkish novelist equating Turkish food to civilization in itself.
As part of its cultural international relations projects, Serena Hotels have invited Serdar Angel, Sous Chef, Davut Kutlugun, Chef de Partie, and Servet Kanat and Pastry Chef de Partie to carry the flavors of Istanbul to Islamabad. The 8-day festival will be held at Zamana Restaurant, and a fortunate draw might be held on the closing day of the pageant, i.E. November 1, for 2 go back tickets for Istanbul and a -nighttime stay on the Çırağan Palace.
The Turkish Embassy has additionally organized a waiver at the Turkish Visa software provider fees from Gerry’s International. As huge as food is in Pakistan, it is also a vital part of the Turkish lifestyle. Influences and interactions among Turkey’s cuisines and a fusion of Asian and European cuisines are reflected in the Turkish delicacies, which use quite a few greens, meat (in general lamb and pork), cereals, and yogurt.
Ambassador Yurdakul said, “Firstly, I would love to thank our chefs and musicians who came all of Turkey’s manners to sell their lifestyle among our Pakistani brothers and to Serena Hotel for helping such an occasion here in Islamabad. Turkish delicacies, fashioned by using the intermingling of peoples, is a geography-oriented scrumptious kitchen. When the Turks migrated from Central Asia towards Anatolia, they delivered the elements and practices they picked up along the manner, consisting of the food way of life”.
Moreover, the ambassador advised that the Seljuk and Ottomans’ empire characteristics have contributed to Turkish Cuisine’s diversity. “Turkish cuisine is one of the high-quality within the international. So, I am sure that people who come to Serena Hotel this week will experience the meals,” he stated.
Islamabad Serena Hotel General Manager (GM) Mr. Michele Galopin stated, “Serena is overjoyed to welcome lower back sous chef, Serdar Öngel, chef de partie, Davut Kutlugün and pastry chef de partie and chocolatier, Servet Kanat, who is answerable for many of the exceptional food at the Çirağan Palace Kempinski in Istanbul.”
“Serena Hotels overjoyed so that you can give our visitors the possibility to revel in precise elements of other cultures and countries. We collaborate with diplomatic missions to efficaciously behavior such festivals. We’re privileged to collaborate with the Embassy of Turkey and the spellbinding Çırağan Palace to transport the flavors of Istanbul to Islamabad,” he delivered.
Dating back to the seventeenth century, the best Ottoman imperial palace and hotel on the Bosphorus, Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul, is precise in its incredible style, incredible place, fascinating view, and hotel ambiance. It is also famend for its amazing hospitality and the wealthy sort of restaurants, from the remaining Ottoman eating, enjoy at the Tuğra Restaurant to the delicious comfort meals and regional specialties of the Laledan Restaurant.
Did you understand that the Turkish lifestyle is one of the few cultures worldwide in which it is most effective to consider hospitality when the host pays for the meal? In truth, the idea of guests paying or even splitting the invoice is absolutely unknown and unaccepted. The only manner to repay the host is to treat him some other day. This hospitable subculture remains conventional in Turkish restaurants around the arena.
Turkey has many cuisines and food specialties that make up the tasty menus at the various Turkish eating places in numerous arena components. Although the local meals and flavor usually combined into cooking, a fashionable Turkish menu would encompass the subsequent dishes below each sub-class:
The drinks would include a variety from alcoholic to non-alcoholic drinks. Alcohol is widely consumed by using Islam’s followers, and Turkish restaurants serve alcohol and their domestic blended Turkish wine and lager. The conventional beverage flavored using anise, referred to as Raki, is likewise a famous tourist preference. For non-alcoholic beverages, those restaurants offer Aryan, a milk drink together with kefir seeds, and Boza, which’s a water-primarily based cinnamon-flavored wintry weather drink.