Reviews, pictures, contact and booking details for the best Chinese restaurants in Bahrain, part of the Time Out Bahrain Restaurant Awards.
Dim Sum, Chow Mein and fried rice, we’re spoilt for choice with authentic dishes from the Far East. Time Out has visited each and every restaurant listed to put them through their paces, assessing factors including quality of food, ambience and service. Popular or relatively unknown, we’ve gone undercover to find out what you’re getting for your money at each venue.
Offering top value for money, diners can be assured of leaving BamBu completely satisfied without making a dent in their wallet because of the restaurant's ‘all-you-can-eat' style. One of the highlights is that everything is made with fresh, homemade ingredients and MSGs cannot be found.
Service is always at the forefront of your meal at China Garden but it's the flavourful food, influenced by Cantonese, Szechuan and Peking specialties, which really blows you away. This low key restaurant stalwart still packs a discreet punch.
Visiting David's is like going to a meal at an old friend's house. David makes an effort to welcome all his visitors and upon entering the restaurant there is a gentle buzz. It's the owner's warmth and passion that resonates.
Hong Kong is known for being a classic among long-term expat residents, and is popular among the island's Chinese community, too. They have one of the most authentic Cantonese menus we've found in Bahrain.
Good food and a welcoming vibe awaits at this mall-based eatery. This US chain never disappoints '“ you always know you're going to get tasty food, friendly and quick service, and a bustling family vibe thanks to its mall location.
With the same opulent, Asian-inspired interiors but a new, revamped and excellent menu selection, it's clear that Soie means business. You never leave Manama, but your explorations of cuisines from China to Hong Kong will have you ready to book flights.