The Royal Golf Club’s popular international restaurant likes to keep things fresh on a weekend.
It wasn’t too long ago when it introduced one of Bahrain’s first à la carte brunches to a backdrop of live jazz music. But now they’ve taken the weekend in a new direction, deciding to no longer compete with the proliferating number of brunches found across the island. They’ve dubbed this new idea the Traditional Roast Weekend.
Unsurprisingly, this includes a traditional roast dinner with your choice of beef, lamb or chicken, served with vegetables, roast potatoes, proper Yorkshire puddings and thyme gravy.
Strangely, it also comes with a side salad and pile of basmati rice, but we can overlook that because everything is very well-cooked and delicious. Plus, the portion is mammoth (don’t say we didn’t warn you).
If you don’t fancy it, you can always order from the ever-popular à la carte menu, which boasts classic favourites from pasta to curry, steaks to fish dishes, and there’s also the option to add a three-hour unlimited beverage package to your afternoon. We think the Links’ team are on to something. BD10 (food only), BD25 (with three hours of unlimited beverages). The Bottom Line A refreshing and laidback alternative to the regular Friday brunch.
Time Out Bahrain Staffhttp://www.timeoutbahrain.com