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Your place for traditional cuisine is called Najd Village. The classy setting and relaxed atmosphere make this place a favourite of businesspeople. There is a wide selection of authentic dishes on the menu, and Saudi plates are their speciality.
Dining out is one of the favourite pastimes in Riyadh. The typical Saudi diet consists of a range of pulses such as rice, bulgur wheat, lentils, or chickpeas (hummus) served with grilled/barbecued meats such as lamb or chicken and the obligatory pita bread. Note that the restaurants in Riyadh are segregated. However, there are family facilities where married couples can dine together.