Monday, August 3, 2020

Salya Seafood – Delicious Island Seafood And More

Craving for some authentic taste of island seafood? With a history of serving best and delicious seafood for more than four years, “Salya Seafood Restaurant and More” is one of the ‘Must Try’ seafood restaurants in the island.

Located at Budaiya Highway, opposite to BBK Bank, “Salya Seafood and More” offers a variety of delicious and mouth-watering seafood dishes, ranging from crabs, shrimps, mussels and fish at a very attractive and affordable price.

With a passion to best serve their diners, the restaurant owners have traveled around the world to bring our customers a great variety of international dishes, which are freshly cooked in their kitchen every day with the finest ingredients brought directly from their country of origin. They prepare the Indian shrimp makani and fish tandoori, the Thai tomyum soup, the Italian seafood marinara pasta, and finally the Bahraini safi and shari fish.

The seafood bucket is a mixture of shrimps, crabs and mussels cooked in special in-house (home-made) sauces and different herbs that awake customers’ taste buds. It is well known and a signature product of Salya Seafood Restaurant and More. Diners also seek out prawns platter and king platter which are among the customers’ favorites.

Kids menu is specially loaded with the tempting shrimp tempura , French fries and pasta which can be made with chicken or seafood for the little diners.

Salmon Teriyaki at Salya Seafood restaurant is the most popular among all seafood restaurants in the Kingdom.

Aside from seafood, they also offer chicken and beef options, like the angus steak, grilled chicken and chicken pastas.

Ever since their establishment on 22nd September 2015, Salya Seafood restaurant is known for valuing their customers. Customer satisfaction is their highest priority as they strive to provide the best service.  They value customers’ feedback and encourage it so that they can build and improve on the experience they are offering.

Their customers are part of one big Salya family. The highly trained staff at Salya restaurant speak a variety of languages ranging from Arabic to Kenyan, Indian, Swahili, English, French and Greek. This is to ensure that each and every one of their customers feel welcomed and at home.

These all keeping in mind that good food is not the only element for a successful restaurant, good customer service and the availability of the management to take into consideration the variety of feedback is just as important.

They have an open dining area and a family section with partitions suitable for couples and family. They will be opening a new family friendly section later in this week.

They have carriage, hungerstation and direct delivery. For more information Contact:17002269

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