Italian restaurant Bambini is heading to Saudi Arabia 

The restaurant boasts pizzas, pastas and personality. 

Saudi Arabia is fast becoming a dining destination, and is home to restaurants coming from celebrity chefs to homegrown brands. Now, it is set to welcome a new concept from France, Bambini. The Kingdom’s MJS Holdings is behind the opening, and here’s what to expect. 

Bambini can already be found in Megève and Paris in France. The Megève branch is located in East France, and the Paris branch is located in Palais de Tokyo. Both venues are packed with personality and have a quirky décor. The spaces are filled with colourful chairs, fringed lamps and patterned prints. A youthful spirit is apparent in the design as well as the name – Bambini translates from the French word for young child. 


Bambini in France specialises in Italian food. The original menu spans pizzas to pastas. The signature dishes range from Crispy Risotto Croquettes to Mozzarella Fritters. The pastas include Gnocchi Gratines All Sorrentina, Linguine Au Citron and Risotto Aux Gambas. The pizzas include Bambinita, Tartufo Pizza and Verdure Pizza. The desserts include Gelato Al Pistachio, Tarte Citron Meringue and Tiramisu. 


MJS Holding’s brands include AOK Kitchen, Il Baretto, Mr Chow and Rüya. The hospitality group also announced that it is bringing the restaurants Anna, Bambini, Liza and Perruche to Saudi Arabia. Plus, it will be opening Arcade Food Hall, which can already be found in London’s Tottenham Court Road and Battersea.

The location for Bambini in Saudi Arabia has not yet been confirmed. Check in with FACT for the latest details and things to do.  

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