EATING out in Bahrain during the F1 and looking to lunch out? The Ramada hotel bahrain offers a business lunch menu at its le jardin restaurant every day except fridays, from noon to 2.30pm.
The set menu consists of an à-la-carte choice with a variety of soups such as beef consommé, boston clam chowder, or one of the favourites, French onion soup. Appetizers vary from crispy iceberg lettuce with lemon fruits and coconut dressing, tuna fish cocktail with green beans, or avocado mozzarella cocktail.
The main courses consists of fish, chicken or beef, compiled and selected from continents such as South East Asia, the Middle East and Europe. After having made your selection sit back and enjoy the warm and cozy atmosphere while our chefs preparing your meal.
Desserts are selected depending on the menu of the week.
The menu selection changes every week, so there’s no room for boredom. Connoisseurs are welcome to make a request or compile the set menu themselves and the hotel will feature it in a later week.
The menu is offered at ‘rock bottom price’ of BD4.900 net ($13.5).
For regular guests, the hotel offers a dining passport that will be stamped every time you’ve eaten the business lunch. Once completed, you will be invited to a free luncheon for two, with one complimentary house beverage.
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