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Restaurants and Hotels
Most quality restaurants in Saudi Arabia are operated by non-Saudis . Thus, they are "foreign" restaurants serving mainly non-native food and have menus in both Arabic and English. The prices can be very high, with evening meals usually costing 20 dollars or more. Besides the restaurants, there are also numerous fast-food establishments in Riyadh
There is likewise a wide range of hotels in Riyadh. The top rated ones provide excellent service and amenities, although their rates are very expensive. Some of them serve as meeting places for local and foreign businessmenRelated to:
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I only want to introduce the famous trraditional food in the Middle East!
Wherever you can eat a Shawerma!
It is a Turkish food it is so delicious but all the Middle Eastern Countries are great masters in doing it.
Foul is also very famous,
Homos, Fateh, Falafel, Tabooleh, Kobeh.
And many other delicious meals you will adore when you will try it.
But BBQ is ever a famous meal, which you can always order if you are the kind who does not like to risk.
P.S. please do not miss the Oriental dessert, It is Superb!
Rick's Country Kitchen: Rick's Country Kitchen
For any Americans visiting Bahrain, this is a must. Rick is retired military and decided to open up a 'Southern Cookin' restaurant in Bahrain. Sweet Tea is great and they've even got grits.
Favorite Dish: Lumberjack Breakfast. I actually never had it; way too much food for me. It's got just about every breakfast item you could ask for. Bring an appetite.
Jim's Restaurant: Jim's Restaurant
Jim is from Ireland and is pretty popular in Bahrain. Jim usually greets you as soon as you walk in the door. Beer is serve yourself using the honor system unti you are seated.
Favorite Dish: Linguine and seafood. Excellent.
Senior Pacos: Senior Pacos
The owner/manager of the bar is named George. The nicest guy around. If you order a pitcher of margaritas make sure to ask for the VRC-40 margarita. He'll throw in a few extra shots of tequila!!!
Favorite Dish: Quesadillas and Kiwi Margaritas.
We spent the fist of 2 weeks...
We spent the fist of 2 weeks on The Nile Admiral Cruise ship, and the food was excellent.
Very good variety and service some of the best I have enjoyed.
2nd week spent in the Luxor Sheraton and again a good variety well prepared although service more in keeping with a 4 star Hotel.
Our favorite restaruant was in...
Our favorite restaruant was in Izmir called Sine. VERY good and very resonably priced.
In Yalikavak our favorite was Gulten Abla's, family run and wonderful food and atmosphere!
Favorite Dish: At Sine's the shish is wonderful and well as the mercimek chorba (lentil soup)! Ask for pilav on the side, yummy!
Fakher All Deen Restaurant: Fakher All Deen Restaurant
This is a true Jordanian Restaraunt, with a wealth of pure Arabic food. the price is very cheap and it is the place that the people af Amman got to not generally the tourists.
Favorite Dish: 'Mahshi Waraq inab', vine leaves stuffed with minced meat, rice and spices.
In Dubai my favourite...
In Dubai my favourite restaurant is at the Emirates Gulf Club,followed by the Beachcomber at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.In bahrain it is Jims Restaurant located in 'Shawama Avenue' in Adaliyah
Emirates Gulf Club is Quality dining,good atmosphere, no rush,service is there always but unobtrusive,fine wine selection.
Jims is more relaxed with a feeling of being in his front room.A fine mixture of Arabic and Irish decor lends itself to be the sort of place you want to return to.
Favorite Dish: The menu's at both places are constantly changing so it is one of the nice things about both paces that there is always something new to be tried.Both restaurants have usually a good selection of se-food which is very good in quality and always fresh.The Emirates has a French Chef who is well known and Jims is of an Irish extraction
mosteiy the lebanese cuisine...
mosteiy the lebanese cuisine is the best
prices are diffrent but mostely reasnoble except for 5stars hotels.
Favorite Dish: in gulf countries there are several dishes like (kabsa:rice and mutton or chicken or fish)
egypt(kushary : riceand lentil)
lebanon(mazza: combination of veg and cold cuts ,kebab:grilled meat or chicken.
Who needs restaurants? There...
Who needs restaurants? There are always small stalls on the street selling various and sundry goodies to keep the hungries at bay. Fortunately, in both the Gulf and the Levant, you needn't worry about getting sick from street food. You can get kebabs, shwarmas, which are the same as gyros, humos, rotisseried chickens, etc. on seemingly every street corner. And during the fasting month of Ramadhan, the choice is even wider -- at night, of course!
Photo: A shwarma seller in Oman.
I like most restaurants such...
I like most restaurants such as Apamea in Hama, Al -Kahiam in Damascus .
Nice and calm places and you can find cheaper ones.
Favorite Dish: Chicken, Rice and Taboulah.
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