What to do in Saudi Arabia



Looking for new things to do in Saudi Arabia during Eid al-Adha? Get ready for a memorable experience with these exciting offers


For Eid Al Adha, Meraki will showcase exceptional local fish varieties including Soltan Ibrahim, Hamour and Najel. The emphasis on local varieties is intended not only to support the thriving local fishing industry, but also to provide an exquisite dining experience for diners, allowing them to savor the unique flavors that Saudi Arabia has to offer.

From June 29 to July 2. 20% off seafood market. Visit website.

ROCA Riyadh

The award-winning Japanese restaurant is bringing back its Izakaya nights, offering diners an exceptional dining experience with a variety of Japanese dishes including Imo mochi, Hotate kushi-age, Ebi toast and Korokke. Additionally, ROKA Riyadh has introduced a limited take-out menu to order from a range of options such as Nigiri Sushi, Maki Rolls, Japanese Rice Pot and Soft Cotton Cheesecake with Grilled Robata Pear and Cream Sweet whipped cream.

Every Tuesday and Wednesday from 6 p.m. Visit the website.

AOK Kitchen

AOK Kitchen hosts a series of summertime celebrations called “Summer Loving,” welcoming diners to tropical island-themed interiors and an extensive menu brimming with light, flavorful dishes that are free of refined sugar and limited in dairy and gluten-free. Don’t miss the bustling stand outside the venue, which serves up refreshing coconut water to passers-by.

Call +966 9200 25304.

Il Baretto

Il Baretto presents a new seasonal menu, marking an exciting culinary addition to Riyadh’s KAFD district. Hailing from London, the Italian restaurant has captured the essence of Italy’s diverse regions by skillfully combining the vibrant, seafood-centric flavors of the south with the robust tastes of the north. The newly launched menu features culinary delights from Milan, Sicily and Tuscany, including dishes such as Bruschetta con calamari saltati (sourdough bruschetta with sautéed calamari), Noccola e cavolo croccante (seared red snapper with mashed red lentils, mushrooms , hazelnuts and crispy kale) and Spalla di agnello arrosto (roasted shoulder of lamb with roasted potatoes and ratatouille). To conclude the gastronomic experience, customers can indulge in vanilla cheesecake with poached rhubarb, strawberries and lemon ice cream, and Cremoso al cioccolato (chocolate cream, raspberry compote and ice cream ).

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What to do in Saudi Arabia

With successful locations in London, Dubai and Doha, Rüya brings her signature Anatolian charm to Al Dabab Street, Saudi Arabia. Indulge in authentic, contemporary dishes and learn about the region’s rich culinary heritage and traditions with an extensive menu featuring the classic Pide, a tantalizing selection of hot and cold Turkish mezes, Lahmacun and cooked lamb shank slowly in a traditional clay oven. The restaurant’s interiors capture an attractive and vibrant atmosphere blending contemporary elements through domed chandeliers inspired by Byzantine architecture, Turkish rugs and 3D mosaic tiles.

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