At Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay Aqaba everything from bread, milk and vegetables to fruit, eggs and spices is locally sourced with all the ‘Go Healthy’ ingredients for the hotel’s popular ‘Assorted Arabic Mezze’ bought from nearby markets.
At the Mövenpick Hotel Doha at least 40% of menu ingredients are sourced locally, with grouper served with rocket leaves and pomegranate essence a popular ‘Go Healthy’ dish.
All vegetables and seasonal fruits are sourced locally at the Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea with local honey from the Naour area proving to be a particular guest favourite.
At the Mövenpick Hotel Beirut more than 75% per cent of ingredients are sourced from nearby suppliers and game meat dishes are ‘Go Healthy’ classics.
At Mövenpick Hotels & Residences Bur Dubai butter and cream are never used in dishes. Fatty proteins such as duck are off the menu and the cornerstones of the hotel’s ‘Go Healthy’ menu are chicken and turkey, lean cuts of pork and beef, and other ‘fat burning’ ingredients known to have health benefits such as green tea, yoghurt, whole grain cereal and sardines.
At the Mövenpick Resort Petra chefs have introduced homemade potato sambusek and only use seasonal fruits and vegetables. The hotel’s olive oil is produced in nearby WadiMousa.
At the Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Yanbu in Saudi Arabia chefs buy traditional ‘sayadia fish’, mint, dates and lamb meat direct from nearby markets with the hotel’s date cakes proving hugely popular.