Best breakfasts in BahrainBe the first to comment 26 September 2012
The Indian nashta
Don’t panic, we’re not recommending you tuck into a plate of tikka masala with garlic naan for your brekkie (though, now we come to think of it, that’s not such a bad idea). Though Sangeetha does serve some pretty fab curries, we’re actually thinking more in terms of the tasty dosas or crêpes stuffed with potato bajis, mushrooms and more.
It’ll be accompanied by medhu vadai, which looks and tastes not unlike a slightly less sweet donut, mini iglee, the dipping patties of rice and black lentils, and various dips including sheera, a sweet concoction of semoline, ghee, sugar and cashew nuts, and various savoury options.
Though it sounds like a mega-plateful the Indian breakfast option is actually quite light and is easy on the digestion so it’s a popular weekday option.
Served daily 7-11am. Price BD1. Call (17 272 768).
If you really would prefer the curry option, call into Bin Al Shaikh coffee shop at the Central Fruit Market where you can tuck into a seriously tasty mutton sukka with lots of warm fresh bread. Get there really early and soak up the atmosphere.
Open daily 4am-4pm. Price BD1.
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