Hidden away in the back alleys of Umm Al Hassam, Al Arisha is a lesser-known gem in this category, even though it’s been around for more than 20 years
Time Out Says
Hidden away in the back alleys of Umm Al Hassam, Al Arisha is a lesser-known gem in this category, even though it’s been around for more than 20 years. Inside, the interiors are traditional and fairly over-the-top, but the quaint Levantine spot also boasts a great garden terrace, which is also fully cooled during hotter months. Food and beverages are authentic and much of the produce and grape has been specially sourced from the Lebanese valleys. Service might not be the most efficient, but it’s a relaxed kind of place where you can enjoy a leisurely afternoon of great food.
By Time Out Bahrain staff | 11 Jan 2017
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