Ting Irie, invites you to break your ‘faas’ [fast – in a Jamaican accent] this Ramadan with an experience they claim is faster than Usain Bolt.
Their all-you-can-eat iftar menu, available daily during Ramadan, will include handpicked selections of Jamaican dishes.
Tring Irie, in Downtown Dubai, provides a modern take on traditional Caribbean cuisine from the mind and cookbook of Chef Craig Wong.
Menu items will include appetizers such as dates; lentil soup with crispy Jamaican patty crust, tomato, and parsley; “watamelon” salad made up of cubed watermelon, pickled rind, cherry tomato, basil served with coconut dressing and scallion oil; and “punkin’” kale made up of roasted pumpkin, quinoa, chili crystallized pumpkin seeds served with peanut punch vinaigrette.
Main courses will include world famous Jamaican beef patties; oxtail cocobread sandwiches with pulled oxtail in freshly baked cocobuns; chips “o’mon” burger, an Angus beef burger served with white pimento cheese on a Toronto bun; “spitfayah” jerk chicken, rotisserie roasted chicken served with Jamaican coleslaw and mango scotch bonnet salsa; “O.G.” fried chicken served with honey butter; and Jamaican curry goat, cooked with island spices and served with wilted pak choi.
Sides will include rice and peas, Jamaican coleslaw, and grandma’s potato salad.
Dessert will comprise of carnival funnel cake served with Madagascar vanilla soft serve ice cream with strawberry sorrel compote and caramelized white chocolate sauce; “crunky” monkey, warm dark chocolate tart served with dulce de leche ice cream, crispy cereal and caramelized banana; and fruit‘n’tings’ which is a fresh pineapple bowl with kiwi, dragon fruit, mango and lychee sorbet. We think Tring Irie just upped the Ramadan iftar game with this thrilling menu!
WHEN: Every day during Ramadan
IFTAR PRICE: All-you-can-eat menu served family style at AED 165 per person