Reviews, pictures, contact and booking details for the best South East Asian restaurants in Bahrain (Thai), part of the Time Out Bahrain Restaurant Awards.
Pad Thai, spicy green curry plus mango and sticky rice for dessert are staples on any Thai restaurant’s menu. But perhaps you’re looking for influences of Vietnamese or Malaysian? Time Out has visited each and every South East Asian 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 discover a wealth of colours and flavours across the region so you can find out what you’re getting for your money at each venue.
Hash House is a perennial favourite that shows no signs of letting up. It offers a plethora of Thai cuisine, plus a good range of specials, and all options deliver big flavours. Value for money is exceptional; the most expensive item on the menu is under four dinars.
The menu at this beautiful and romantic restaurant comprises Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes, and a newly introduced grape list. The ingredients are of a high quality and discerningly sourced. The flavours are fantastic, the portions generous, and prices reasonable.
Monsoon is the stuff holiday daydreams are made of; stepping over the threshold feels like stepping into a Thai-inspired Balinese palace. It takes a while to work your way through the dizzying array of items on the menu, inspired by the cuisines of Asia, but dishes are bursting with bold flavours, as well as very reasonably priced.
Set in an ornate grand pagoda overlooking the lush foliage of the Gulf Hotel, Royal Thai is a large and well-established eatery. The menu is expansive, with all the classics present and accounted for, plus the addition of modern creations.
This is celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck's first ever fine dining Asian restaurant outside the US. Set on the 50th floor of the stylish Four Seasons Bahrain Bay, overlooking Bahrain's skyline, re Asian serves up Far Eastern cuisine with contemporary twists in a chic and sophisticated venue.
Cutting an impressive figure from its central location in Adliya, Thailand restaurant is a well-established restaurant in Bahrain. A warren of seating options, it offers affordable and authentic cuisine served with signature Thai hospitality.
In the past year Wok has revamped its menu into a purely Vietnamese affair, spearheaded by its passionate head chef, and the results are mouth-watering. This restaurant is a bit of an unsung hero in Bahrain, that's undoubtedly worth the trip.