Çırağan Palace Showcases Ottoman Menu

written by | Posted on August 1st, 2012

Ciragan Palace Kempinski, Istanbul

 

Every culture has its own traditional gastronomy, and Çırağan Palace Kempinski, Istanbul is putting its culinary menu in the spotlight.

Once a palace of the Ottoman Empire, Çırağan Palace’s Tuğra Restaurant & Lounge—which describes itself as the “ultimate Ottoman dining experience”—is showcasing a new menu that focuses on such classic Ottoman dishes as Ottoman mezzes, Oğmaç lamb broth, Kalbuni Ottoman pilaf, and grilled sea bass in vine leaf.

Çırağan Palace Kempinski is located on the shore of the Bosphorus, offering 313 guestrooms and suites, six dining and entertainment venues and the 24-hour Çırağan Palace Kempinski Spa.

For a truly immersive stay, book your clients the Culture package ($4,715 dbl), which includes 3-night accommodations in a Grand Deluxe Bosphorus-view room, daily buffet breakfast for two, full-day Byzantine & Ottoman Relics sightseeing tour with lunch and private BMW 7 series transportation, one afternoon tea, and one couple’s massage therapy in Sanitas Spa. For more information, visit kempinski.com/istanbul.