Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay launches the first Arabic pop-up event on the beach | THE DAILY TRIBUNE

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The Daily Tribune –

In February, the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is launching its first-ever Arabic pop-up dining experience at the Beach Deck, part of a new series of immersive culinary pop-up experiences that will spotlight diverse specialty chefs and international cuisines while throughout the year. .

The first event in the series takes place from tomorrow to March 26, 2022 and is led by the hotel’s new Oriental Specialties Chef, Tony El Khoury.


Upon arrival at the Beach Deck, a tranquil beachside venue nestled in the heart of Bahrain Bay, guests will be shown to their table overlooking the sea and a vast night sky towering above the twinkling lights of the city of Manama.

The beautifully transformed space embraces the local Arabian heritage, while providing guests with a comfortable space to dine and relax from sunset until late.

An a la carte menu offers freshly prepared dishes complemented by a premium selection of Moroccan tea, Arabic coffee and Turkish coffee.


The team of craftsmen further cultivated the imagery of Arab heritage by redesigning the place with traditional decor and contemporary touches.

On Thursday and Friday evenings, the Beach Deck also offers DJ entertainment from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Born in Zahlé, Lebanon, Chef Tony has spent the past twelve years honing his culinary skills for various renowned restaurants in the Middle East, and now looks forward to further strengthening the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay’s commitment to being the hotel of choice for the best Arabic cuisine in the kingdom – whether for off-site events or the long-awaited Ramadan nights.


Chef Tony aims to preserve the tradition of classic Arabic dishes while elevating them through the introduction of new techniques and flavors.

“I am thrilled to lead the Oriental cuisine team and provide Four Seasons guests with exceptional experiences to share with family and friends.

The Arabic pop-up menu offers a twist on traditional dishes such as chicken and kale mushalla salad, waraq enab and fried halloumi sticks.

By creating a fusion of spicy dishes, with an emphasis on flavor, I look forward to providing an unforgettable evening for our guests,” comments Chef Tony.

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