My review of Dusit Thani’s iftar buffet – this hotel offers a remarkable selection of food for their iftar buffet since it has a combination of the different cuisines from the three restaurants located on the 24th floor of the hotel. The different cuisines include Arabian, Italian, and Thai food.
I thought that the fattoush, som tum salad, and the smoked salmon plate were my favourites from the salad portion of the buffet. The fattoush was fresh and crispy. I loved the som tum salad, as this is a Thai salad and it was amazing. I am an expert when it comes to flavours from Thailand and this salad was on point. Lastly, the smoked salmon was wonderful and seasoned perfectly, having it paired with the fresh salad was great.
My favourites from the hot foods portion of the buffet were the seafood pasta from the live cooking station, eggplant moussaka, pad thai, and the fish fillet in red curry.
I was glad the pasta was prepared on the spot for you because you can choose the type of pasta, the toppings, and the sauce. I chose tortellini with seafood and white sauce, and I liked how I could control the portion size of each item. The pasta was definitely delicious.
I really enjoyed the eggplant moussaka, it was basically eggplant lasagna, and it was baked perfectly. The lasagna was generously filled with eggplant, and it was tasty.
Finally, I thought that the pad thai and fish fillet in the red curry were my top favourites from the buffet. The flavours were authentic, and the fish was soft where it was filled with delicious red curry.
Last but not least, there was a large selection of dessert from the buffet, and it included both arabian and western desserts. I loved the blueberry cake, pana cotta, fruit cake, and the black forest cake the most.
This iftar deserves a rating of 4.5/5.
I ordered the iftar buffet for 149DHS.
The pricing of the buffet is well priced.
The service was wonderful here, especially right when you got off the elevator, the hostess had huge smiles on their faces. It was easy to get a server to bring juices to our table and they were quick to clear the dirty plates off the table.
The ambience was lavish here from the moment you stepped out of the elevator, you were exposed to the beautiful buffet setup. I loved how the 24th floor of the hotel was dedicated to hosting the iftar buffet. The three restaurants on this floor basically became one where the buffet was set up in the middle and the restaurants were opened with tables where you can sit at a table to eat.