Muscat: Seafood lovers are in for a treat as the Sheraton Oman Hotel brings back its famous seafood night.
“Every Wednesday, November 30th onwards, we welcome you to Courtyard at the Sheraton Oman Hotel to indulge in the most exquisite selection of seafood that is sure to please the most refined palates,” a spokesperson of the Sheraton Oman said.
The official also said: “Join us and indulge in the freshest catch of the day - oysters, mussels, crayfish, lobster, Alaskan king crabs and a variety of seafood. All prepared to perfection and perfectly paired with a choice of house beverages.”
The prices of seafood night start from OMR 29 with soft beverages and OMR 39 for paired’ house beverages.
The executive chef of Sheraton Oman is Neeraj Pyaneeandee, a Mauritian National. Inspired by working with French Chef's he describes his cooking style to be creative, innovative, modern fusion but keeping to the French cooking culture and repertoire.
Sheraton Oman Hotel, a 14-storey tower, which dominates the skyline in Muscat, recently re-opened its doors, following a multi-million rial revamp.
Owned by Al Hashar Hotels LLC, under the umbrella of the Al Hashar Group, and in association with Twenty14 Holdings, the 230-room hotel has been a landmark in Muscat for more than three decades ensuring guests can experience more in the heart of the city.