Five restaurants to try in Riyadh

The best places for business dinners or intimate gatherings in the Saudi capital

Restaurants, Fine dining, Saudi, Saudi arabia, Saudi arabia hotels
Lusin.
Lusin.
The Globe.
The Globe.
Nozomi.
Nozomi.
The Grill.
The Grill.
Rosso.
Rosso.

In Riyadh for business, passing through as a tourist or residing there as a citizen? It is always handy to know where to dine in the city. Here are five popular restaurants in the Saudi Arabian capital.  

Lusin: Lusin serves a menu of Lebanese and Armenian dishes. It is located in Centeria Mall, Riyadh, and has an outdoor terrace with a great city view.

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The Globe: It is designed in the shape of a golden sphere on top of the Al Faisaliah Hotel. It has a 360 degree view of the city and offers a European cuisine.

Nozomi: Opt for Nozomi in the Riyadh’s Sulaimaniya District if you are a fan of Japanese food. While it is known for its intimate dining areas, Nozomi is popular for business meetings.

The Grill: The Grill steakhouse in the Four Seasons in Riyadh is recommended for families and reportedly serves some of the city’s most tender steaks.

Rosso: Who does not love Italian food? If you do, try the menu at Rosso in the Four Seasons, Riyadh. Rosso is perfect for small gatherings and has quick service.

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