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Posted On: 25 January 2010 01:29 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:10 pm

Food lovers make a beeline at Sealine Beach Resort for multi-cuisine buffet

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A cheap package of multi-cuisine buffet offered by Sealine Beach Resort in Mesaieed has been drawing a lot of guests who are spending a weekend treat at the beach to relax in the still chilly winter seashore breeze. The resort has practically brought down the price on their “Brunch++” weekend buffet package to QR165 that more and more picnickers have been already frequenting Sealine in the past few weeks. Mohamed Anis Ben Fredj, Sealine Food and Beverage manager, said they decided to offer a package deal for their ever growing customers enjoy a sumptuous buffet of different cuisines from Mediterranean to Western styles to suit the diverse taste buds of multi-cultural diners. Food served at the “brunch” buffet is inviting with an array of different choices from spicy Indian cuisine, Arabic gastronomic delights, American meat grills, authentic Oriental food, international salad mixes plus delicious desserts prepared by expert and tested cooks led by its executive chef Uden Sudendi, an Indonesian who have been around well-known five star hotels in the Middle East. With the cheap buffet package to those who will take their weekend morning “Brunch” which is a meal that is in between breakfast and lunch, guests can save at least QR110 from what used to be a regular QR275 which normally include QR100 entrance fee, QR150 for buffet and QR25 parking fee. “We offer this cheap QR165 breakfast and lunch buffet that is inclusive of everything as a way of thanking our ever loyal patrons who continue to visit us even in this cold winter season,” Fredj said. Fredj said even as the entrance fee has been waived with the new package , guests can still relax and enjoy the luxurious facilities including the health club, steam room, fitness gym and beach volleyball. The weekend vacation getaway offer by Sealine could be perfect for families to spend their time together as the resort have spacious yet cozy swimming pools and a camel and horse rides along the beach side. Children aged below 11 are given half the price for the package. Fredj said they are starting to make the mood around the resort more lively and fun with a Caribbean theme by offering guests with exquisite Caribbean dishes and a Caribbean music entertained by a band called Chickas Caribbean who are hired direct from Cuba singing the authentic mambo, salsa and rumba.