Bahrain Food Festival extended to March 18
MANAMA, March 4, 2017
Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) said it has decided to extended the ‘Bahrain Food Festival’ currently on at Bahrain Bay, till March 18 owing to the overwhelming response to the event.
The second edition of ‘Bahrain Food Festival’ was set to conclude on March 6 after a 10-day run.
The festival is considered as one of BTEA’s significant events for the year 2017 and aims to attract food enthusiasts from the Kingdom and the neighboring GCC countries.
"Due to the tremendous turnout we have received during the past few days, we have decided to extend the festival," said Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa, the chief executive of BTEA.
The festival serves as a platform to provide participating restaurants and outlets with the opportunity to showcase their local concepts and position the Kingdom as a regional culinary destination, he added.
More than 50 prominent outlets are taking part including businesses and concepts related to the food industry such as restaurants, cafes, hotels, nutrition, kitchen appliances.
The Bahrain Food Festival is offering visitors varied cuisines including Middle Eastern, Western, Asian, Indian, Organic, and Healthy options.
The event is taking place in three main locations - at Bahrain Bay during weekdays from 5pm to 10pm; at Block 338 in Adliya during the weekends from 5pm until midnight; and at Capital Club, which is hosting Latin America’s 37th Chef, Gerrado Lugo, who we will be showcasing authentic Mexican cuisine from the north and south of Mexico.
Bahrain Food Festival will also offer its visitors of all ages the opportunity to enjoy the family entertainment including live cooking shows, musical shows and other entertainment.-TradeArabia News Service