To delight culinary enthusiasts, Sheraton Oman Hotel on Friday launched its Sabla Night at its garden serving dishes unique tothe sultanate’s villages.
Twelve live stations, including sea food, meat, barbecue and shuwa, are the main attraction of the evening, held every Friday.
Shuwa is prepared in the traditional Omani way by cooking it over 24 hours in a pit.
Adil Shaikh, executive chef of Sheraton Oman Hotel, said, “Sabla means gathering and our evening is indeed a gathering for food lovers of Oman. We are celebrating an array of food from interior areas of the country. Every dish is exclusively Omani made with special spices. There are no fusion food or non-Omani items.”
He said the aim of the hotel is to attract Europeans and non-Omanis who can enjoy traditionally made Omani food items.
He said the Sabla Night was also launched to celebrate the sultanate’s 50th National Day.
A team of ten chefs, including six Omanis, delight the guests during the Sabla Night.