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Tourism: Blue Pearl Hotel GM, Mohammed Altaf, Speaks on New Menu

By Bakah Derick

The management of Blue Pearl Hotel has announced the addition of Indo-Chinese
dishes to their menu. 
Blue Pearl Hotel Bamenda 

According to the announcement, food lovers (foodies) will now be served Chicken Hot Garlic, Chicken Manchurian, Chicken 65, Chicken Chilli and Vegetable Stuffed Chapati Wraps

"We are adding Indo-Chinese dishes to our menu. These mouth-watering dishes are sure to leave you craving for more. Come and experience the unique blend of spices and ingredients that make Indo-Chinese cuisine so special. We have gone an extra mile to import the spices that make these dishes unique alongside the human resource needed. I can assure you, you will have no regrets trying this out. Even the prices are not too different from our regular meals. Come and enjoy while discovering something new." The General Manager, Mohammed Altaf told
The Hilltop Mail.
Blue Pearl Hotel GM, Mohammed Altaf 

The experienced Manager who took over the management of Blue Pearl Hotel Bamenda in February 2023, says, the addition of these dishes is amongst the many things he intends to do for the facility to make customers comfortable with different experiences from around the world. 
After working in world class hotels like the Hilton Dubai Creek, Hilton Kuwait Resort and Costa Del Sol Hotel Kuwait, Mohammed Altaf believes that Blue Pearl Hotel has the capacity to make anyone comfortable at an affordable price.


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