Adliya is a hot spot in Bahrain and new things are always happening here.
Check out these 6 new ventures in Adliya that are worth trying! Bahrain is constantly evolving to fit the needs of its residents and our ever-growing cultural tastes. People from all over the world come to visit and live in Bahrain which leads to new experiences to try out on the island.
WHAT: This new spot just opened up at the new Terminal building in Adliya. The restaurant serves a modern take on your favorite dishes from burgers and pasta to desserts and is gaining popularity with the foodie community in Bahrain.
WHERE: Road 3803, Block 338, Adliya
TIME: 6 PM – 12 AM
WHAT: A new restaurant and lounge with a retro twist. The ambiance is fun and decorated with red and black tones for decor. They have a thoughtfully curated cocktail and a food menu that you can enjoy. Worth a try if you’re meeting up with friends for a night out in town.
WHERE: Block 338, Adliya
TIME: 5 PM – 2 AM | Closed on Sundays
WHAT: With branches all over the GGC and Amwaj, people love Tea Club for its excellent hospitality, family-friendly vibe, and homage to Arabic heritage. The decor is elegant and they have about 60 different types of tea, as well as their food menu is great. The new spot in Adliya has been getting great feedback with a lot of customers saying they’ll be back again!
WHERE: Building 119n, Rd No 3803
TIME: 9 AM – 12 AM
WHAT: Opened up in February 2020 by Chef Tala Bashimi, a Bahraini culinary artist and contestant on Top Chef Middle East. This spot highlights Bahraini cuisine while exploring modern gastronomy and innovative culinary techniques created by Chef Tala. Come here to try something new that strays from the ordinary yet delicious.
WHERE: Gulf Hotel, Building 11، Rd No 3801
TIME: 6 PM – 12 AM
WHAT: Opened in February 2020 is Bahrain’s first Scottish Fish & Chips spot. Everything is made in-house and you can choose a variety of fish dishes and fish & chips, straight from the North Sea as well as unique pork and fish shawarma, pies, black puddings and more. It’s family-friendly too. Check it out for great quality Scottish fare!
WHERE: Osama Bin Zaid Avenue aka Shawarma Alley
TIME: 12 PM – 2 AM
WHAT: Bahrain’s first Pho restaurant and one of the only Vietnamese spots on the island has opened up in February. The chef is Vietnamese making the menu authentic to the cuisine. You can get traditional pho soup, spring rolls, fresh rolls, and much more. It’s well priced and the staff is friendly. Try it out today!
WHERE:1163 Rd No 2722
TIME: 11 AM – 12 AM