Albaik the best chicken and sea food quick service restaurant in the world.... Guys check it out i was searching around for their website and i actually found the original website for ALBAIk not the... more
I almost felt like I was in a different country when I ate at Chili's. I just loved it so much, I would beg all my friends to go there all the time! They play Western music too!! 1) Southwestern... more
idk ..the cafe was well attire.i pretty much order every dish from the menu from appetizers to dessert.The food was fair enough compared to other restaurants and cafe around jeddah.In one of the dish... more
i have been to this place three times. it's well-know as a dating spot for students. the music play is arabic and it's nice. it comprises of two floors with nice couches and dim lights. the menu is... more
this is a chain of family-owned restaurants that has grown, mashallah, to a big business. it's known for its grilled whole chicken served with tahina sauce and white flat bread. i absolutely like... more
The Starbucks branch in Sari Street here in Jeddah (beside Jarir Bookstore) has a very poor customer service. There is one staff there named Victor, a black guy with an average height, should undergo... more
You won't run out of menu, there's something for everyone. From fine dining to fastfood, from exotic asian cuisine to spicy indian curry dishes, from american steakhouses to european fare, burger &... more
I went there with family at approximately 8:30
AM and they were open. It was nice and
windy at that day.
Basically this place stands on the Red Sea
with the swimming pools overlooking the
It was recently opend in Jeddah,with beautiful decorations,and dim lights and soft music.
The cafe is set in two levels,though it`s small it`s very fancy.
In my humble opinion it`s one of the best... more
The Taj Mahal has beautiful decor and a warm family atmosphere. All thw aiters speak good english and provided good service.
There is a mixture of Chinese, Mongolian and Indian dishes - plenty are... more
I am speechless when it comes to this restaurant....The decor,the food,the atmosphere,,,it`s just so perfect!
The restarant has friendly staff(mostly Lebanese),,and all tables has No partitions around... more
i used to go to this place on and off whenever i crave it. i like the atmosphere, the staff are nice, and the menu has a good variety of taste at a reasonable cost for such an environment.
there are... more
You could rent a boat and enjoy the Arabic
music while eating your food. The restaurant
architect matches a boat feature. Clean,
beautiful and facing the Red Sea.
I went there with my family and... more
This palce opend at first as a small gallery,with a cafe that serves some light snaks....but because it`s original and very tasty sandwiches it now expanded as a large restaurant.it serves many... more
One of Jiddah`s oldest and best resturants that serves Lebanese food.
Has a take away menu as well. Almost everything on the menu,also check dish of the day as they have a special dish for each day of... more
We arrived outside the Gulf Royal Restaurant off Thalia Street to be greeted by doormen and red carpet. The exterior ande interior of the restaurant in decorated to look kinda antique-cum-asian... more
Pakistani taste. wonderful food. absolutely lovely interior. like an indoor garden w/ soft water sounds and faux finishes on walls. food is great and not expensive at all! located near intersection of... more
This restaurant is simply the most luxurious restaurant in Jeddah,it has a pianist playing soft Arabic music,and it has large reception to sit and drink your coffee or mint tea after your dinner,or... more
Contains various sections such as fish
island, the Italian restaurant and Lebanese
restaurant, including open air. Has very fancy
originator. Simply it makes you feel as you
are in a privet palace... more
well, this is what every saudi breakfast and family dinner must have, otherwise, it will look very empty and spacy for nothing! Foul is smashed beans, originally imported from Egypt, i believe. Tamees... more
This restaurant was a museum (formaly known as AL Alawi restaurant) then part of it was opened as a restaurant,so u can imagine walking through time.
The first big VT meeting was held here,we were 5... more
I have lived in this stunning hometown for nearly 20 years, that is, my whole life,lol. Funny enough, I have found myself falling short of taking pictures of my surroundings...
I've been lucky enough to spend my last four Arabian summers in Jeddah.
Jeddah is more humid than Riyadh, and therefore the summer is more bearable.
Jeddah is on the Red Sea coast which means it has...