5 Terrace Restaurants in Saudi Arabia to Dine at This Season
Restaurant terraces are a great way to unwind as you eat, as some add satisfying ambience to your dining experience, while others come with a stunning view of the city landscape. This season, why not book a reservation to dine al fresco at the following restaurants across Saudi Arabia? Here are five worth checking out.
Walton St. Scalini
A trip to Walton St. Scalini in Riyadh is like stepping into a slice of Italy. In fact, this restaurant is famous for its great Italian food, and also its outdoor area and floral scenery. Indeed, we can't recommend Walton St. Scalini enough for its authentic Italian experience and ambience.
If you're a meat lover, then you're going to love dining at Pampa Grill, an Argentinian steakhouse at Narcissus Hotel Riyadh. This restaurant specializes in meat cuisines and Latin-type delicacies. Patrons love this restaurant for its great food and ambience, but dining al fresco offers a stunning view of Tahlia Street and its city landscape.
If there's one restaurant that is fit for royalty, it has to be Sultan's Steakhouse in Jeddah. This restaurant specializes in meat cuisines and barbecue, in addition to mouthwatering delicacies from the Middle East and Turkey. No dining experience is complete without an aesthetic interior, and you're given the option to dine al fresco with shisha and Turkish desserts.
Do you love cafés, outdoor dining, and perhaps some mouthwatering Indian cuisines? Then look no further with Farzi Café in Riyadh. From their appetizers to main courses, this bistro specializes in Indian fusion that will leave you smiling. Not only are they tasty; they're also photogenic and colorful. Farzi Café has a fancy interior that will make your dining experience complete, but we highly recommend the outdoor area for its ambience, especially in the evening.
Al Nakheel Restaurant
As one of the oldest restaurants in Jeddah, Al Nakheel Restaurant is famous for its tasty international and Middle Eastern cuisines, but also its uninterrupted view of the Red Sea. Patrons are treated to authentic Arabic experience when dining al fresco, and an ideal setting for smoking shisha.