Reviews, pictures, contact and booking details for the best Indian restaurants in Bahrain, part of the Time Out Bahrain Restaurant Awards.
In the mood for a creamy curry, spicy biriyani or fancy filling up on tandoori-grilled meats, you’re in luck, because there’s a staggering range of Indian outlets in around. But it could also make choosing where to go a tough job. Worry not, Time Out has visited each and every restaurant 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.
Named after the great Mughal emperor, and designed like his royal court, Akbar offers an amazing Indian dining experience. With Indian musicians playing Ghazals and Bollywood numbers, and very attentive staff, Akbar excels.
There are a number of reasons why Copper Chimney enjoys a fiercely loyal clientele. Such as the basic but bright interiors, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and flavoursome food which never disappoints.
The Lanterns brand has grown over the years, with new branches opening all over the country. We remember when they were just one, in Budaiya, resembling a mini Indian bazaar, and offering one of tastiest all-you-can-eat buffets. Now, we love Adliya's, where it's like entering an Indian oasis.
Situated in a four-star hotel, Mantraa is where Indian cuisine meets classic fine dining. Very well trained staff and a peaceful ambience means Mantraa offers romantic dining with great value for money.
The majestic Rasoi by Vineet is Bahrain's first restaurant to be operated by a Michelin-starred chef. The venue boasts all sorts of stunning design elements, while the menu features a balanced combination of classic Indian dishes and contemporary fusion creations.
For tiffins, promotional menus, and good quality Indian food you can't go far wrong with Spices Indian restaurant at Crowne Plaza Bahrain. The venue might be basic but the flavours are not, and the service is also friendly.