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Craving for pasta? Here are 5 of the best we’ve tried 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 5 of our top picks! Yes, this list could have been much longer than 5 restaurants… but we’re saving that for next time!

Note: We recommend takeaways and deliveries! Should you opt to dine in, please practice social distancing and precautionary measures.

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.

Cico’s
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!

OTTO
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.

Medzo
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.

Masso
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.

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