Ramadan is officially coming to an end
Any day now! We’re all still waiting for the official announcement of the start of Eid al-Fitr, but we’re planning ahead. With Ramadan coming to an end, our routines are about to go back to the way they were. Which means, breakfast! We’re excited to get our food-filled mornings back, and we’ve got the spots you should feast at on Eid morning – or during the Eid holiday! Scroll to check these out:
Lumee Street Cafe
Lumee is one of the best spots in town; a traditional breakfast with beautiful scenery – who could ask for more? They have three locations: The Avenues, Saar Mall and Al Aali Mall.
Oak is the perfect spot to enjoy a quiet breakfast before a big day, it’s right in the middle of Riffa in RUW corner.
What can we say about Cafe Lilou that hasn’t already been said? It’s a Bahraini staple! You can even celebrate Eid morning with your family at home, with a whole Eid spread!
Nomad Urban Eatery
Nomad is a must-visit eatery right in the middle of Seef. You can visit them in The Courtyard – definitely try their sharing boards with burrata cheese. Call Nomad on 17000330 to pre-book your tables!
The Orangery is is a beautiful spot, with some of the best tea & breakfast sets in town. We recommend the their world famous french toast and their falafel waffle!
Indigo at The Merchant House
Indigo is a small restaurant on the rooftop of The Merchant House Boutique Hotel. Their terrace is a hybrid – half in and half out. Check it out if you haven’t already!
Florence & Dar Zowayed
Florence & Dar Zowayed is a gorgeous restaurant in block 338 – it feels super homey and it’s perfect for some weekend breakfast with the fam.
Hopscotch is perfect for a casual breakfast, it’s been the IT spot in town for a while! They have amazing pastries (inside and out) and even better vibes – we’re forever suckers for their Granola Bowl!
Baker and Spice
Baker and Spice has some of the best grub in town – just look at this spread! You can have it all at Al Aali Mall.
Haji Cafe is one of the oldest restaurants in Bahrain and it’s literally a go-to for early morning breakfast in Manama!! If you’re an early bird, this one’s for you. If you’re not, you gotta try it for a day – no regrets, trust us.