Swagat

Swagat, hidden in the back alleys of Manama Souq

Time Out Says

Swagat, hidden in the back alleys of Manama Souq, is very basic, but the menu of South Indian vegetarian cuisine is authentic and extensive. From the lunchtime thali to the breakfast dosas, the food is great, and it costs little over BD1 per person for a feast.

By Time Out Bahrain staff  | 15 Jan 2017

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