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Experience Oman as an emerging food destination and dine your way around The Chedi Muscat

Given Oman's year round warm climate, Muscat is increasingly recognised as the perfect winter sun destination, best visited between October-April, and is fast becoming a haven for foodies.
The Chedi Muscat is leading the way in this Omani food revolution, as people's attitudes towards international cuisine become more demanding for dishes with a local twist and fresh ingredients. Recognising the importance of authentic flavours, the hotel's six restaurants use local ingredients, including spices and herbs from its own organic herb garden.

From this autumn, all six restaurants at The Chedi Muscat open their doors once again, offering vibrant Omani flavours, expertly combined with international favourites from around the world.  

Middle East meets fresh Japanese flavours in an Asian, Arabic fusion, with exquisitely cut Japanese sushi at the Long Pool Cabana, or for something a little hotter, the Arabian Courtyard serves authentic Arabic mezze, shawarma and kebabs, to the sound of Omani music.  

Enjoy the warm winter sun, dining in the open air at the Chedi Pool Cabana for locally grown, sun ripened Mediterranean produce or for a culinary round the world trip, The Restaurant's dazzling show kitchens, offer cuisines from the West, to India and the Middle East, to be enjoyed on the courtyard overlooking the oasis of gardens.   

Fresh fish is a traditional staple of the Omani diet, and at The Chedi Muscat's, The Beach Restaurant; guests can now select their own fresh fish direct from the shores of The Chedi Muscat's beach thanks to the  'Omani Fisherman's' catch of the day.  

Markus Iseli, General Manager, said,"Guests are becoming increasingly interested in where their food comes from and want international cuisine using local ingredients. That's why we have incorporated Omani flavours into our restaurants to create a culinary experience not yet prevalent in Oman."

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