The workshop which was undertaken by Ms. Rana Zaki Fua’d Hanbali, holder of Masters in Public and Community Health, Nutrition and Food Processing, gave guidance to the students about some of the restaurants recipes and their nutritional value.
The students are studying an International Vocational Qualification (IVQ), concentrating on kitchen hygiene, safety, Information Technology and communications during their first year at the college and aim to leave with the IVQ diploma.
During the workshop Mr. Ebrahim Shatarat, Executive Chef, demonstrated the art of cooking nutritious dishes, while Ms. Hanbali explained the nutritional value of the ingredients of Minestrone Soup, Rocket Salad, and Fish Stuffed with Vegetables.
“Different foods offer a variety of nutrients and it is important through life, for people to know the effects of eating the same food all of the time, and especially so if they are working in the hospitality business,” said Ms. Hanbali
The students spent two hours at the workshop and were delighted to have this practical demonstration from someone with Ms. Hanbali’s qualifications.
ARC is a casual dining restaurant, which opened in the Seef Mall at the end of last year. The restaurant has already proved a popular meeting point for shoppers to Seef Mall and the rest of the community. Offering a seating capacity for 250 people, and provides the opportunity to have private parties, children’s parties or just to pop in for a coffee, lunch or dinner.
Photo Caption: Seen here is Ms. Rana Zaki Fau’d Hanbali, the Nutritionist, Mr. Ebrahim Shatarat, the Executive Chef of Aroma Restaurant Café with the Teachers and students of Gulf College of Hospitality & Tourism.
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