Bahrain’s Best Pasta as voted by our social media followers

We asked our Facebook followers what their favorite coffee shops are – here’s a rundown on where to get the ‘best pasta’ in Bahrain.

Are you wondering where to get some delicious pesto or pomodoro in Bahrain? We did the research so that you don’t have to. Here are our follower’s top picks!

Where: Adliya

Established in 1978, Cico’s has made a name for itself as a crowd favourite in Bahrain. Offering a blend of northern and southern Italian cuisine, the restaurant has a variety of pasta dishes to choose from. Indulge in the popular Ravioli Al Funghi and Cappelletti di Aragosta con Zafferano Salsa or enjoy the classics like the Fettucine Carbonara and Pesto Pasta!

On Monday nights, Cico’s is offering an all you can eat ‘Pizza, Pasta, and Grape’ night for only BD10 which lets you in a taste of the best they have to offer!

Cucina Italiana
Where: Juffair

Cucina Italiana prides itself in bringing fresh Italian dishes in a casual setting. Whether it’s a business lunch, romantic evening or a friends and family get-together the restaurant has a pasta dish for everyone.

Where: Seef

Fatto is a pizzeria and trattoria located in Adliya. Aside from their great selection of hand-tossed pizza, the restaurant has a range of pasta dishes.

Fishbone by Chef Susy Masseti
Where: Muharraq

Founded by chef and restaurateur Susy Massetti, Fishbone is a modern European trattoria & bar lounge by the sea. The chef brings her Italian roots, rustic and refined cooking to her dishes which includes pastas, among others.

Gusto Pizzeria Ristorante
Where: Budaiya

Located in Palm Square Budaiya, Gusto serves genuine Italian dishes which include a variety of pizza, oven products and pastries. People can enjoy their range of homemade pastas like the Spaghetti Bolognese, Gnocchi and more.

La Pergola by Perbellini
Where: Manama

Located at The Gulf Hotel Bahrain, La Pergola is one of Bahrain’s oldest Italian eateries. It has been recently refurbished and offers a modern take on the best of Italian cuisine.

Maison Mathis
Where: Janabiya

Maison Mathis serves food from the heart of Europe. The restaurant serves all-time classic dishes, delicious pastries, chocolates and home-baked daily breads.

Where: Manama

Masso serves healthy and organic European cuisine. Masso is influenced by southern European culinary trends and has a seasonal menu based on fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Where: Manama

Medzo is an Italian restaurant that serves traditional dishes with a contemporary twist. You’ll find a range of specials here; from classics such as tagliatelle tossed in squid ink to innovative dishes.

Where: Adliya

Ticked away in a quaint street in Adliya, Oliveto is a fine-dining restaurant that prides itself on serving authentic and fresh Italian dishes.

Where: Hamala

Keeping the authenticity of the Italian-cuisine, the menu includes carefully sourced and imported ingredients for Otto for its pizzas, pastas and homemade gelato. The restaurant’s pasta offerings feature Italian classics that are fresh yet comforting.

Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain

A modern take on the Italian trattoria, Primavera brings the elements of chef Vincenzo Nigro’s childhood to this restaurant. Hailing from southern Italy, Nigro uses local and seasonal ingredients to create fresh pastas and desserts, alongside reinterpretations of classic dishes.

The Red Plate
Where: Juffair

The Red Plate is a new dining experience located at the Best Western Olive Hotel in Juffair. Offering a variety of freshly made mouthwatering Italian American dishes, drinks and more. Their bestselling specialty pastas include the delightful Spaghetti and Meatballs, Pasta ala Carbonara and Shrimp Scampi.