What We Are Eating Today: Rozana Lounge

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Updated 02 May 2020

What We Are Eating Today: Rozana Lounge

  • Rozana’s Ramadan frozen dishes are easily cooked and save time

Having trouble in the kitchen during Ramadan? Almost time to break your fast and you haven’t finished cooking?
Rozana Lounge (@rozanalounge) is offering a selection of home-delivered frozen dishes to make customers’ lives easier.
The restaurant also serves a variety of ready-to-serve Arabic dishes and sweets, including Rozana milk cake, dates pudding and crispy luqaimat cups.
Rozana’s Ramadan frozen dishes are easily cooked and save time. Homemade offerings include a spinach sambussa box that contains 12 pieces. Other options include cheese sambussa, beef sambussa, kebba, crispy potato balls and crispy risotto balls.
Measures have been taken to ensure food delivery is safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
A collection of coffee boxes can also be ordered to enjoy with loved ones after iftar.
Rozana Lounge also offers a special Arabic coffee box with bakhoor and homemade biscuits; a mixed coffee box with a selection of Arabic coffee, espresso coffee beans and homemade biscuits; and a selection of special homemade biscuits.
Order online with free delivery by using the link https://qr.finedinemenu.com/#/rozana-lounge. Orders can also be made through The Chefz app.


French-Moroccan label Casablanca presents new collection via video

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French-Moroccan label Casablanca presents new collection via video

DUBAI:  Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Paris Men’s Fashion Week looked a lot different this season, with many brands showcasing their latest collections in a digital-only format. 

For Spring 2021, Paris-based label Casablanca transported its fans to sunny Hawaii for its newest menswear offering entitled “After the Rain Comes the Rainbow” – Hawaii is nicknamed the “Rainbow State” – with a video that was streamed on the brand’s Instagram and YouTube accounts.

“The narrative of this show is that it’s kind of like a souvenir of our trip to Hawaii,” Charaf Tajer, the French-Moroccan designer who spearheads the label, told Paper Magazine. “We were very much into the idea of after-COVID and how even more we always cling to the idealist type of thinking and the love of nature, architecture and culture in general. I think we can bring a message of hope.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Tajer, who got stranded in Maui for over a month during lockdown paid homage to the Pacific state by way of a kaleidoscopic collection of knitwear, polo tops, tennis shorts, tailored suits and printed button-ups in a colorful color palette of blush pink and ocean blue inspired by the archipelago’s natural landscape.;

Classic denim jackets embroidered with shell motifs and the brand’s upcoming New Balance 237s also punctuated the collection. 

You can check out the brand’s Spring 2021 virtual presentation in the video above.