Take advantage of a range of great offers this winter at The K Hotel.
This four-star favourite, in the heart of Juffair, has special offers on dining and more, right the way through the week.
Start your day with a full-spread breakfast. Eggs cooked to your liking, from fried over-easy to omelettes, scrambled or pretty much anything else you can think of. A range of cooked and cold meats. A seriously tempting array of sweet and savoury pastries and breads as well as top-quality fresh fruits and 11 different cheeses.
There are also some surprising dishes that might usually be found on the dinner menu, with the chef assuring: “People from different parts of the world prefer different things for breakfast, and may arrive in the morning after a long journey, so we are very conscious of making sure there is something every guest will enjoy.”
Breakfast is served from 6.30am-10.30am and is priced at just BD5.
At lunch time, there is the regular buffet Sunday to Thursday but, for those in a hurry, the hotel has recently launched the Express Lunch from 12.30pm to 3.30pm with a selection of light foods that can be cooked quickly, such as noodles with a range of sauces, as well as tasty paninis and sandwiches for those who want to grab and go. The Express Lunch package is priced at BD5.5++.
The evenings are when The K Hotel’s KOLORS restaurant really comes into its own with theme nights running throughout the week.
Sunday is the newly-launched Filipino Night with live music and lots of traditional dishes such as chicken adobo and beef kare-kare, a rich stew in a savoury peanut sauce, all prepared by the K culinary team. This new night is priced at BD7.5++.
From Monday to Wednesday, the theme is American with ribs on Monday – juicy and tender with all the accompaniments; Tuesday is Italo-American featuring dishes such as pasta and pizza that have their roots in Italy but have become firm favourites Stateside; and Wednesday is the night to enjoy the hotel’s famed American Barbecue, promising great, high-quality meats and burgers – as much as you can eat, it’s a meat-lover’s dream. These nights cost BD6++ each.