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Salt N Pepper Restaurant, Bahrain’s Favourite Dining Destination for Two Decades

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Salt n Pepper Restaurant is a favourite dining destination for both locals and expats for almost 2 decades. Located in Sanad, opposite to the Gulf University, this popular restaurant serves Arabic, Italian, Indian, Pakistani, Chinese and Continental gastronomy, where every dish tastes so authentic. If you are craving for perfect taste, you will find them all there.

The restaurant has plenty in store for foodies who love to explore. Try the signature grills – the chicken tikka, chicken achari boti, chicken malai boti and chicken steam roast. Each has a distinctly different flavour, and the portion of the grills makes it perfect for sharing between two people.

For the main course, the best seller is the boneless chicken biriyani. The chicken boneless handi is a perfect pair to attain the perfect lip smacking flavour. Other special dishes include the mutton paya and Nehari. The top-notch presentation is a thorough delight for the senses.

For those with a more international outlook, there are steaks, sizzlers and pastas.

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For desserts, they have Indian sweet platter with all the favourites – Gulab Jamun, Carrot Halwa, and Rasmalai. Each has a delicate aroma and texture, with varying degrees of sweetness. The local favourite is cream caramel. Kulfis are available as well.

Lunch and dinner buffet are being served during weekends consisting of 7 starters with salads, 2 soups, 10 main courses and 2 sweets at just BD 5.500. Moreover, groups of more than 20 can avail a discount of 15%. Free Home delivery and Talabat delivery are also available. 15% Discount available when paying through Viva cash as well. Salt N Pepper also offers exceptional catering services. For reservations call 17623535/17626204.

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