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Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain offers the healthiest and freshest catch of the sea every Monday Night.

Healthy body and good food are best enjoyed in the company of good friends and family. There is no better place for that, than Monday’s seafood night at Mövenpick hotel Bahrain.

Every Monday, Silk’s restaurant showcases the lavish seafood buffet such as oysters, sushi, sashimi, mussels, lobsters, shrimps, seafood wok station and many more.

Mövenpick hotel Bahrain welcomes all the seafood lovers to come over and dive in the taste of the healthiest and freshest catch of the day, while each body needs to have the sea food once or time a week.

A new study has indicated that seafood is so important for our body and prevent from having disease.

Nowadays, people have come to realize the importance of seafood in our diet. Various studies and researches have proved that the best sources of good fats, vitamins, and minerals to promote good health can actually be found on different seafood. The only drawback is that it took so many years for most people to realize the health benefits of having seafood in their diet. Fish is your heart's best friend.

Undeniably, fishes are exceptional low-fat food. The fats contained on fishes and fish oils are high in Omega-3 fatty acids. These are polyunsaturated fatty acids known to protect the body against heart diseases. One serving of fish two to three times per week keeps arthritis away and some varieties of seafood were proven to strengthen the immune system.

Now you can enjoy the seafood night starts at 7 pm every Monday at BD 16.900++ per person or you can chose the seafood night plus package, priced at BD 22.00++, including unlimited beverages. For reservation, please dial 17460000.

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