Find food in Bahrain that will please kids and grown-ups
We all know kids can be fussy eaters, but adults can be too. That’s exactly why a good family restaurant needs to be well-rounded with stuff to keep little ones busy and offer a friendly service. Time Out has visited each and every restaurant on this list, putting them through their paces and assess factors including quality of food, ambience and service. Popular or relatively unknown, we’ve gone undercover to find out what you’re getting for your money at each venue.
Think Italian cuisine just like mama used to make and you'll have an idea of what's on offer at Al Forno. The quaint setting, overlooking the beautiful lagoon, is a major draw for families and couples alike. As are the kid-friendly dishes.
With lovely views over Amwaj Lagoon and a clean, casual vibe, Pizza Express is a great choice for families. Best of all, kids can make their own pizza while mum and dad tuck into other tasty Italian dishes.
Prego has a very clean and neat interior, with plenty of colour to lend to a relaxing vibe. It overlooks the Royal Golf Club's terrace and pool area, and offers outdoor seating, not to mention a large kids play area. Meanwhile, the Mediterranean menu is kid-friendly.
For family style sharing dishes, Rosso is perfect. The Italian cuisine here is fresh and flavourful. Plus, kids can run around the expansive outdoors area and enjoy the dancing fountain, which goes off with upbeat background music every hour.
For a birthday celebration this is a great choice for kids as the staff are happy to burst out into song and dance. The menu is also child-friendly with all those international fried favourites vying for their attention.