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a fortified Moorish palace built near Granada by Muslim kings in the Middle Ages

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Five of these restaurants -- Al Hambra, Shahrayar, Le Tarbouche, Bukhara the English Tea Lounge -- also have outlets in the Grand Avenue of The Avenues, Kuwait's largest shopping mall.
She stressed that the charity event -- 'Al Hambra Affair' -- will have the essence and the spirit of an ancient souq.
I cannot, for example, visit the magnificent Hall of Abencerrajes (Ibn Sarraj) in Al Hambra and then, after explaining to my children that it was Muslim Arabs who constructed these wondrous architectural miracles, go on and indoctrinate them that this piece of real estate should belong to them.
Ongoing projects include a one-million-sq-m palace development outside Riyadh, a replica of the famous Al Hambra Palace in Granada, Spain, and a large private seaside residential resort in Al Khobar.
10, 2009 (TAP)- The 2nd Edition of the American Independent Movie Festival, "Views of America", will be held on November 19-21 in Afric' Art and Al Hambra theatres.The event is organised by a private company specialised in communication with the support of the American Embassy in Tunis, American film institute (AFI) in Los Angeles, Tunisiana, The French Co-operation Institute (IFC) and the DIGIPRO production company.
Al Hambra, a traditional Spanish eatery has now introduced a tapas menu to the mix.
Maia Chocolates is located in Building 02 Plaza Al Hambra at Medina Centrale, The Pearl-Qatar.
From fajitas at Tortuga, to the perfect steak at The Hide, to tapas at Al Hambra, all the way through to al fresco Greek drinks at Shimmers, the dine around pass will take diners all around the Madinat Jumeirah resort to discover the tastes in each and every restaurant, as the ultimate way to kick off Jumeirah Restaurant Week.
Best known for the iconic Al Hambra palace, the most enduring remnant of the Arab legacy in Spain, Granada is a gorgeous, historic town oozing romance and mystic allure.
Known locally as Al Hambra or Al Washaq, the eight to 12kg wildcat has inhabited the rocky mountains here for 17 years and is not known to attack humans.
Location Al Hambra, Jumeirah Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah Cost Dishes range from Dh35 to Dh65 Timings Friday from 12.30pm to 4pm and 6.30pm to 11.30pm and Saturday to Thursday from 6.30pm to 11.30pm
Previous Middle Eastern experience includes leading the pre-opening team as restaurant manager at the Al Hambra restaurant at Al Qasr Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai, where I worked alongside chef de cuisine Alfonso de La Dehesa from El Bulli and Arzak, three-Michelin starred restaurants in Spain.
Joining Seville's and Al Hambra that have long held the fort for Spanish food here, are three new openings that don't just offer Spanish cuisine, but specialise in the tapas concept.