Heritage Festival
2014

Food Stalls


Bossy Kitchen

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F3

Aysha Al Oraifi’s successful home-based business quickly grew into a local favorite with recipes best described in flavors. For the Heritage Festival, Aysha introduces traditional flavors to contemporary cuisine, exploring new combinations created in her kitchen.

   

Saffron

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F1

A place where time and tradition stand still ,preserving the true essence of Bahraini cuisine. With Saffron, hospitality is key in transporting guests to a different era. Explore the simplicity of traditional dishes bursting with flavor.

   

Rangeena

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F7

A summer mainstay, rangeena is a traditional dessert made with fresh dates and perfectly complemented by a cup of Arabic coffee. This home-based business now makes rangeena available year-round, putting a twist on a popular dish with a cheesecake option that boosts Rangeena’s profile throughout the region.

   

Dar Al Zain

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F5

Sample traditional sweet and savory dishes that bring out the true heritage of Bahrain. Freshly made on a daily basis at Dar Al Zain, everything from breakfast foods to dinner bites are on offer.

   

Naseef

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F4

Established in the 1920’s, the family-run Naseef ’s ice cream is one of Bahrain’s best kept secrets. Discover the range of flavors on offer during the Heritage Festival. Don’t miss out on the local favorite: Mango!

   

Bu Khalaf Cafe`

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F6

Muharraq’s most popular meeting point, Bu Khalaf ’s café dates back to the 1930’s when fishermen and divers gathered at the cafe to share their adventures at sea. Bahraini appetizers, Arabic coffee, flavorful teas and great hospitality is what Bu Khalaf has to offer.

 

   

Heritage Corner

 

Date: 2- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F2

A nostalgic floor seating area for Bahraini women dressed in traditional wear, preparing some of the most delicious classic crowd pleasers including fresh Rgag bread with different fillings, Lgaimat, Khanfaroosh, and more.

   

Um Subah

 

Date: 6- 9 April

Time: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: F2

Um Subah believes that her kitchen is her workshop where she turns her food into art. She’s known for her modernized rendition of the traditional popular dish, Khabeesa, which she turned into a bite sized delicacy.

   
   
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