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Fun and flavours at Four Seasons

July 4 - July 10, 2024
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Gulf Weekly Fun and flavours at Four Seasons
Gulf Weekly Fun and flavours at Four Seasons

HEAD down to the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay for a true All-American experience this weekend.

Classic backyard favourites such as hot dogs, smash burgers, slushies, blueberry pie and more will be available for CUT by Wolfgang Puck’s one-of-a-kind 4th of July Feast, today and tomorrow.

Priced a la carte. it’s available from 12.30pm to 3pm and 7pm to 11.30pm on both days.

Get together with your family and friends and watch the UEFA European Football Championship in style at Byblos, a stunning beachfront restaurant offering guests scenic views and delicious Lebanese cuisine, from 4pm to midnight.

Meanwhile, don’t miss out on your new takeaway favourite – Pastel de Nata.

The Portuguese classic custard tart has been specially crafted by executive pastry chef Pierre Chambon and his exceptional team. Orders can be placed four hours in advance by calling 17115500. For bulk orders, one day in advance is required.

It costs BD1.500 for one piece and BD6 for six pieces.

To cool down and relax on a hot summer day, opt for Bay View Lounge’s Gelato Gourmet. Savour the famous Affogato Al Caffe, tiramisu, coconut tapioca or your favourite ice cream flavour with freshly made Belgian waffles.

The offer is priced at BD7.500 per plate and available everyday from 11am to midnight.

Meanwhile, enjoy all the summer flavours at re/Asian Cuisine. Dig into grilled prawns, veal ‘Ham Sui Gok’, braised beef short rib pho, bincho grilled asparagus and yang chow fried rice, alongside a spectacular view of Manama city.

It’s available on Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, from 7pm to 11pm and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 7pm to 11.30pm, priced a la carte.

Unwind after the long weekend at the Four Seasons Spa New Moon Yoga on Saturday (July 6), from 6pm to 7pm.

It costs BD6 for hotel guests and members and BD12 for outside guests.


For more information or bookings, contact 17115500, 1711 5046, 1711 5045







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