Arabic restaurant in Madrid Beytna, the secrets of Arabic gastronomy

Arabic restaurant in Madrid Beytna, the secrets of Arabic gastronomy. In Beytna, an Arab restaurant in Madrid, our cuisine joins the concept of privacy and generosity. Thus, it is “Our home”, a table where friendship and good humor meet. It is a place that allows you to relax and enjoy, with family and with our friends, a meal created with the freshest ingredients.

Our gastronomic secrets, Arab Restaurant in Madrid Beytna

The smell of freshly baked bread filled the air of our unique traditional wood-burning oven … the smell of a mother’s house … fresh bread and boiling coffee … Arabic spices and charcoal grills … and our visitor Feel your home

Lunchtime in Jordan is not a biological function but a social event. Food represents the community and lunch time is considered “the meal of the day” and is developed with loved ones.

From Beytna, an Arab restaurant in Madrid, we propose some of our culinary delights to discover Arabic cuisine.

Some arabic delights

Kunafa

The Kunafa is a sublime sweet. A dough of grated and grated wheat bathed in cream, with crunchy texture. This popular dessert, which is usually taken with coffee, is an authentic delight worthy of the most demanding palates and perfect to celebrate any special occasion.

Hummus

Hummus is a very popular dish throughout the Middle East, including Lebanon, Palestine, Turkey, Greece, Syria, Armenia, Cyprus and Israel. The hummus seems to originate in Ancient Egypt, although its preparation was very different from today.

In Beytna we prepare it in the tastiest way. Thus, we make a mixture of cooked chickpeas with tahina, garlic and lemon juice, creating a puree of a certain consistency, to which salt and spices such as cumin, coriander or caraway are added.

At the time of serving (cold or warm), paprika is added, which gives it a unique taste.

Falafel

Crunchy balls of ground chickpea or Falafel are a staple food throughout the East. Our Falafel is cooked with fine herbs and onion; and it is Jordanian custom to eat it as an entree. Decidedly, Falafel is an explosion of flavor.

Maqluba

Our roasted chicken with eggplant with basmati rice is extremely delicious. This traditional dish, which dates back to medieval Baghdad, is usually cooked to celebrate or commemorate something. It is a dish that is usually accompanied by pita bread or salad.

Mansaf

Mansaf, the Jordanian national dish, is the main protagonist of all celebrations. A large number of people can be served, in large round plates, so that the guests can meet and share the food. It is a food that is deeply rooted in the culture of Jordan and, when you eat your first bite, you are really trying Jordan.

This dish is carried out as follows: the lamb is cooked for a while in the yogurt itself, while the rice is cooked separately in water and stains yellow due to the use of turmeric.

The three ingredients of Mansaf are served with a thin bread called Markook or Shrak bread that is placed at the bottom of the fountain. The rice covers the bread and the meat is put on the rice.

Coming from Bedouin traditions, Jordanian hosts offer Mansaf as a sign of appreciation, respect and courage. Its components come from the harsh desert environment, however, the tenderness of the flesh is a reflection of the warm hospitality of Jordanians and an expression of how much they value their guests.

Bedouin tea and coffee

Sharing tea is an important part of Bedouin culture and an example of its extraordinary hospitality. In Beytna, Arab restaurant in Madrid, you can taste the best coffee and tea from the East, in a very cozy and familiar desktop.

If you want to enjoy the magic of Arabic cuisine, we invite you to know our menu. Reserve your table at Beytna, Arab restaurant in Madrid.