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Italian night at Moevenpick Hotel Bahrain

Join The Movenpick Hotel Bahrain every Wednesday night for an award-winning Italian cuisine made by our expertise chefs. Bringing the best of authentic dishes all the way from Italy. If you find an Italian saying ‘just the way mamma used to make it’: He is not exaggerating.


14 types of freshly made pasta’s, pizza and Italian evergreen’s are celebrated every Wednesday night.


Do not miss this very delightful night starting from 7 pm onwards and reserve your table now. A taste of Italy buffet is priced at BD 12.500++ per person for the buffet only or if you are an Italian wine lover take the option with wines priced at BD 18.200++ including unlimited beverages .

Contact for more information and other details:

Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain
P.O Box 24009, Muharraq Town 224
Kingdom of Bahrain          
Phone: +973 1 746 00 00
Fax: +973 1 746 00 01
 

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