The Kings Chef reveals the dishes preferred by the Custodian of...


Riyadh (echo):

Chef of Kings, Tawfiq Al-Qadri, revealed the dishes preferred by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, may God protect him.

Tawfiq al-Qadri said during his interview with Al-Ikhbariya channel: “King Salman loved Manto, Fermosa, Ghammash, Bukhari rice, cable rice, and all Hijazi dishes.”

The Chef of Kings pointed out: “King Fahd and King Abdullah used to prefer Hejazi dishes from Medina, Mecca and Jeddah.”

He explained: “Sultan Qaboos bin Said, may God have mercy on him, was asking for the kombori dish, an Omani dish that I was very good at.”

He pointed to the personalities who tasted his food, King Fahd, King Abdullah, King Salman, and former US President Barack Obama.





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