Sofitel Bahrain reopens Arabic restaurant for Eid
Pashawat relaunch includes entertainment from singers and belly dancer
Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq Thalassa Sea & Spa has relaunched its Arabic restaurant Pashawat, which will reopen on the first day of Eid.
The restaurant, which closed in May, now features opulent decor and live entertainment from a female Lebanese singer and belly dance shows.
The menu is based on Lebanese cuisine, with a large variety of mezzah and charcoal grill specialities.
Pashawat seats 76, with a lounge-bar area with seating capacity for 22 guests.