With FIFA world cup well on its way and Wimbledon kicking off, there’s a lot to distract us from our stomach’s rumbles and grumbles when fasting in summer. With the sweltering heat, sunny rays and long days it’ll be testing for those fasting during the month of Ramadan. It may put a little damper on the lunch time Instagram food photography sessions, but an evening of dining with friends and family is sure to make it up for it. Of course, as you know, it always gets easier, especially when you join the Bintang Break Fast Club… clever ain’t it!?
Rules of the Break Fast Club:
1. first rule of break fast club tell everyone you know about Bintang Break Fast Club #BBFC
2. second rule of BBFC, come hungry
3. third rule of BBFC, leave satisfied.
Rules aside the benefits of joining the club include fruits and dates to break your fast followed by a daily secret merienda (tapas) and prawn crackers and a cool refreshing beverage of iced matcha milk, or a cool cucumber cooler. All this for free when joining the Bintang’s Break Fast Club.
With dishes such as Bulgogi Beef, Korean BBQ Lamb Ribs our famous Korean chicken wings and refreshing mock tails, Filipino iced Barako coffee we have a huge selection for the whole family to choose from.
Even better break your fast in the beautiful setting of our alfresco bear garden.
Come rain or shine Bintang Restaurant is sure to tick your boxes.
Bintang Celebrates 27 year Anniversary! To celebrate we will be giving away free different menu everyday for you to redeem when you spend £20 or more. Just follow and like our Instagram page & photo and display a proof onscreen or printed to our member of staff in the restaurant. Keep checking for updates on our page!! Each photo likes giveaway are redeemable until Thursday 15th May 2014!!
We’ve come some long way!! Here are couple of pictures from a long time back!
With months of cloud. Rain and wind I was expecting Ramadan to be a little milder. A little comforting given the Sun setting around 9.30! Sunset being the time to end the days fast. As usual the British summer has made a late appearance in full glory. With the sweltering heat and sunny rays all those who are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan will be surely Continue reading