Bahrain dating scene
Ancient mosques, forts and UNESCO World Heritage sites share real estate with ultra-modern skyscrapers and shopping centers lined with international luxury brands.
There is no shortage of activities either, from bird watching and scuba diving to horseback riding and golf.
A Chef that Hails from South America Born in Uruguay just outside Punta del Este, the country’s immensely popular resort town (it’s been called South America’s answer to St.
Tropez and the Hamptons), Torres grew up with a curiosity for traveling the world and understanding the influence of gastronomy.
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Bahrain has long and rich history dating back almost 5000 years to the ancient civilization of Dilmun (alternative: Telmun).
Its interior has been designed in vibrant, saturated colors and is like an emerald jewel box that seems to transport guests to the bustling, colorful shops and restaurants of Mexico City.
The food scene is equally impressive and wide-ranging, with solid offerings that are both traditionally Bahraini and cosmopolitan.
And now, thanks to a talented South American chef named Cesar Daniel de Leon Torres, the country can count fantastic — and authentic — Mexican cuisine among its diverse offerings.
Nearly all the ingredients used are imported from Central and South America from the avocados to the chili peppers, and his large team is comprised of Mexican chefs who each bring singular expertise of their respective hometown traditions — and often share their ancestral recipes.
“I consider each and every one of them my family,” Torres says.