Al Areen Palace and Spa Solidifies Itself as a Culinary Destination

Al Areen Palace and Spa, like most resorts, boasts a variety of international restaurants at its premises. The three primary restaurants are: Rimal the international restaurant featuring a fine selection of dishes from global cuisines; Keizo the premier Far Eastern restaurant, and Saffron a restaurant that bridges Indian and Arabic cuisine. In addition to these elegant dining destinations, the resort also offers a sublime menu for guests through its In Villa Dining Experience.

These culinary options offer a wide variety of prestigious world cuisines to entice diner’s palate and satiate their appetites. Saffron for instance bridges the gap between Arabic and Indian cuisine with its fine assortment of Mezze, Kebab, Aluu, Tandoori, Tikka, Saloona, Curries, and so much more.

However, for those who would like to experience a broader horizon of savory splendor, Al Areen Palace & Spa offers Rimal, open daily from 7:00AM-11:00PM. Rimal offers a continental breakfast that encompasses everything from Pancakes to Shakshuka. It also offers heavier meals for later in the day that range from steak sandwich and Lasagna to Curries and Lobster.

As for those who enjoy the delicacy and spices of Asia delights, a luxury award winning Keizo Al Areen offers a wide variety of seafood, meat and vegetarian options that are healthy, spicy and flavorful. It only serves dinner and it opens during the week from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM except for Sunday.

Finally, for guests at Al Areen an exclusive In Villa Dining menu is provided for food to be delivered to the guest’s exclusive residence.  This menu provides the widest variety on Al Areen Palace & Spa’s plate, fully utilizing the expertise of their international chefs. Guests can, for example, order a full Arabic breakfast inclusive of fresh juice, bread, Labneh, Halloumi, feta Cheese, Vegetable, Hummus, Foul, Shakshouka, and Coffee for just BD9. For the BD1 more guests can get a totally different meal consisting of a selection of cereals, farm fresh eggs, seasonal fruits, and fresh juice. The resort also provides guests wanting to host a social gathering the option of getting a full platter of Ghouzi for BD120, as well as both American and Arabic in villa barbecue for 4 for BD30++ per person.

All of the menus at all restaurants share two common themes: spoiling guests for choice and prime value for money. In Villa dining, for example has over 90 menus items for an average price of BD 3.600.

Dr. Essa Faqeeh clarified the resort’s orientation as a culinary destination saying “We at Al Areen Palace & Spa believe in good food. We want our guests to enjoy their heart’s desire of good food, from whatever culture they crave. This is why at Al Areen we insist on including as many culinary options as possible at the best possible price, because we believe in food’s ability to bring people together.”