Culinary art, outdoor markets and more ways to enjoy life in Bahrain
Time Out Bahrain staff
Merging food with art Thu 15 to Tue 20 Interested in the culinary arts? Then you’re in for a treat at Plums in The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain this month where French Chef Yann Bernard Lejard is demonstrating his artistic plating skills in a mini art exhibition while you dine on the a la carte selection from 7pm to 11pm. Call 1758 6499.
Calling all kids
Fri 16 to February 14 Children between four and 12 are invited to join The Ritz-Carlton team for a variety of games and activities that focus on water, land, environmental responsibility and culture. Day passes start from BD29 for members and BD35 for non-members. Call 1758 6612.
The garden bazaar
Sat 17 This day-long culinary event is part of the ongoing Bahrain Noor El Ain festival. Expect special cooking classes, sampling platters, cook-offs and competitions. Art works, handcrafts, agriculture and local goods stalls are also on display, while kid’s will enjoy dedicated activities, and live folk performances take place too. Take the whole family along from 4pm to 10pm, entrance is free. Visit www.bahrainnoorelain.com.
The flavour of wellness Mon 19 Combine wellness and flavours at the Monday night seafood extravaganza at Silk’s Restaurant in the Movenpick Bahrain then get pampered in Rimal Spa with a 30-minute back massage, 30-minute red carpet facial and a 30-minute steam for BD64++ per person or BD68++ with the buffet. Call 1746 0017.
The autumn fair Wed 21 to Thu 29 This consumer fair at the exhibition centre features thousands of products over 700 stalls from all over the world which all the family will enjoy having a look through. Visit www.theautumnfair.com