Back to black: truffles at The Chedi Muscat

For one week only The Chedi Muscat will be serving the highly prized Périgord black truffle from February 23rd to Thursday 28th at The Beach Restaurant.
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates ( February 27, 2013 - February 2013: Dubbed the 'diamonds of the kitchen' by French gastronome Brillat-Savarin, truffles are one of nature's most expensive foods.

For one week only The Chedi Muscat will be serving the highly prized Périgord black truffle from February 23rd to Thursday 28th at The Beach Restaurant.

The menu, which will include truffle eggs en cocotte, Scottish divers scallop Carpaccio with truffle slices and aged parmesan as well as pan-fried salmon with a truffle risotto and duck breast Rossini style and truffle mashed potato, will be paired with specially selected wines chosen to complement the dishes.

"When you prepare dishes with truffles you have to be mindful that you don't overpower the taste of the truffles with strong flavours," commented executive chef Sebastien Cassagnol. "Therefore we have chosen a selection of dishes that will showcase these delicate ingredients at their very best."

The special truffle menu is priced at OMR 55 per person for a 3-course menu or from OMR 13 for individual dishes from the a-la-carte option.

The Beach Restaurant is perfectly located along the resort's 370 metre private beach overlooking the Gulf of Oman offering diners the option to sit outside on the expansive waterfront patio or enjoy the views from the high ceilinged, contemporary dining room.

For reservations and further information, please contact The Chedi Muscat on Tel: +968 24 52 44 01 or Email:

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About The Chedi Muscat

The Chedi Muscat, a member of The Leading Hotels of The World and Oman's first contemporary hotel, opened its doors in 2003. The resort offers understated elegance and a perfect mix of Omani architecture with a profound Asian Zen-style.

The minimalist lines of the low-rise buildings are accentuated by gardens of symmetrical simplicity. All 158 rooms have breathtaking views across the gardens and ponds, mountains, and the Gulf of Oman.

As well as a 370-metre private beach, The Chedi Muscat offers guests a choice of three pools, two floodlit tennis courts, a new 400-square metre health club stocked with 30 pieces of top-of-the-range Technogym equipment, Pilates equipment, free weights and a Kinesis wall.

The newly opened 800-square metre spa boasts 13 fully contained spa suites, specialising in Balinese therapies and a wide variety of beauty rituals based on the holistic principles of aromatherapy, Ayurveda and herbalism.

Six restaurants offering an irresistible voyage of dining pleasure with both outdoor and indoor seating cater to every taste, and every season.

Denniston Architects, spearheaded by renown visionary Jean-Michel Gathy, is the creative mind behind The Chedi Muscat's inspired designs while The Restaurant is a creation of Yasuhiro Koichi of design studio SPIN in Tokyo.

About GHM
Established in 1992, GHM (General Hotel Management Ltd.) is known for conceptualising, developing and operating an exclusive group of hotels and resorts. With an expansive portfolio and more projects in the pipeline, GHM prides itself in providing guests with an unrivalled lifestyle experience.

Each GHM property is an original. A symbiotic relationship between the hotel and the local culture enables GHM to provide guests with a genuine, close-up experience of the best each destination has to offer. The signature GHM style melds contemporary interpretations of Asian designs and distinctive local touches to create inspired, memorable spaces.

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