Royal Maxim Palace Kempin­ski’s food fi­esta: food for every­one’s palate

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while peo­ple’s crav­ings usu­ally drags them into a strongly de­sired cui­sine, hav­ing all kinds of kitchens in one place where all tastes are sat­is­fied, is the main pur­pose of­fered by Royal Maxim Palace Kempin­ski peo­ple last week, at the food fi­esta.

Gath­er­ing all the four dif­fer­ent restau­rants, the fancy glam­orous ho­tel—with hori­zon pools—each com­pet­ing to serve the best plates from its kitchen: a vari­a­tion of mouth-wa­ter­ing food was the re­sult dozens of peo­ple en­joyed.

The food fi­esta wit­nessed food com­pe­ti­tions be­tween the chefs of the five dif­fer­ent cui­sine restau­rants lo­cated in the ho­tel: “Bab AlQasr” the eastern kitchen, “Lucca” the Ital­ian, “the State” which of­fers a mixed twist of Euro­pean-eastern dishes; “Ra­manov” the steak­house, and “Yana” the Thai cui­sine.

The light cold breeze of Novem­ber, along with the warm sun, and the mu­sic of the live band and singer, cre­ated the looked-for at­mos­phere to spend your week­end chill­ing. Dig­ging into ap­pe­tis­ers, all sorts of seafood sal­ads, steaks, sushi, burg­ers, grilled kabab, chicken sweet and sour, and risotto among many oth­ers plates, not to for­get the deserts with all the colours of the rain­bow, is all what is needed to sat­isfy all tastes and de­sires.

In Bab Al-Qasr we were served kabab, chicken shawarma, and grape leaves rolls stuffed with rice, which were the plates we liked the most.

The kabab was well sea­soned, slowly grilled to be served moist and tender.The chicken shaw­erma sand­wiches are also a good choice to taste the re­sult of mix­ing Arab herbs all to­gether in a plate.For the ap­pe­tis­ers, noth­ing beats the grape leaves which was served with ex­tra lemon and with the rice well­cooked in­side.

A Ra­manov steak is also one of our rec­om­men­da­tions. Served medium-well, chili bar­beque sauce is one of the unique dip­pings to ask for. How­ever, the steak slightly missed be­ing ex­tra juicy.

The State of­fers some of the best seafood sal­ads and ap­pe­tis­ers one can have. Cold shrimps dipped in sweet-chili sauce is one of our most liked ap­pe­tis­ers of them all.

Yana also of­fered one-of-a-kind chicken sweet and sour, and our Asia’s most pre­ferred and rarely found in Egypt fruits.

The served food was too much than our abil­ity to try it all, so we might have missed even more de­li­cious choices.

All restau­rants are avail­able for reser­va­tion at the Royal Maxim Palace Kempin­ski.

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