Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh has launched the “Armenian Food Festival” as a tribute to the finest of the country’s dining and cultural experiences, running from Nov. 1-15.
The event will take place at the Elements restaurant, in partnership with Mayrig restaurant in Riyadh.
Executive Chef Aline Kamakian said he is preparing “mouth-watering Armenian dishes with the finest ingredients to create a wide variety of scrumptious tastes.”
The hotel has invited Lebanese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Dr. Fawzy Kabbara for the inauguration of the festival, which will be attended by guests, media representatives and influencers.
Tarek Bekhiet, regional director of marketing, said: “At Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, we are keen to bring unique and distinctive culinary and cultural experiences by hosting different food festivals.”
He added: “The ‘Armenian Food Festival’ will be widely admired by local guests for its exquisite dishes and comprehensive cultural ambience along with daily prizes for two weeks from Mayrig’s team.”
The “Armenian Food Festival” will offer a daily all-inclusive dinner buffet starting at 7 p.m. until midnight at Elements restaurant. During the festival, guests can enjoy a variety of appetizers and scrumptious Armenian delicacies.
Set in the capital’s most iconic landmark, Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at the Kingdom Center brings together a variety of luxurious suites and guest rooms to suit every traveler. The hotel’s prime location makes it a favorable destination for business and leisure. It is close to key business areas, shopping centers, as well as artistic and cultural sites. The Kingdom Center Mall, an upscale three-level shopping center, can be accessed directly through the hotel lobby.
The hotel has 274 guest rooms including 37 suites and occupies the 30th to 50th floor of the Kingdom Tower.