Bahrain’s Best Sushi as voted by our social media followers

Are you wondering where to get some delicious sushi rolls in Bahrain? We did the research so that you don’t have to. Here are our follower’s top picks!

Where: Seef

It wouldn’t be Japanese without sushi. And it wouldn’t be Bushido if they didn’t add a spin to it. Hop onto the high chairs at the exclusive sushi bar and try out your favourite from the extensive range. Rolled or not, the rice expertly prepared by the chefs combines with seafood, meats and vegetables, and is finally doused with special sauces – a recipe that will set your taste-buds dancing.

Where: Seef Mall & Tala Plaza

Experience the taste of Japan at Frangipani. With two locations on the island, the restaurant serves a range of Japanese dishes including sushis and more. Frangipani puts a unique twist on their offerings like the ‘sushi slider’!

Where: Juffair

Kabuki is a Japanese restaurant that was established in Bahrain in February 14, 2014 in Juffair’s American Alley. It offers a wide array of authentic Japanese cuisine that will surely satisfy different tastes. Among their sushi selection are the wagyu steak rolls, pink sushi, volcano maki and more.

Where: Golden Tulip Hotel

Located in Golden Tulip Hotel ground floor, peaceful Zen-like surroundings. Restaurant features sushi bar, teppanyaki grill counter and a la carte dining. The menu offers time-honored favorites along with a variety of contemporary sushi and modern preparations.

Where: Zayed Town, Juffair, Durrat Al Bahrain

Kojo is traditional Japanese cuisine served in a simple modern setting. Walking through the front door is like taking a trip to Tokyo. Private booths as well as a private Tatami room are available.

Where: Bahrain World Trade Center

Combining Japanese tradition with global flavours and exciting textures, Maki offers contemporary Japanese cuisine. Inspired by Japanese food and tradition, co-founders and brothers Oliver Zeitoun and Amer Zeitoun wanted create a cuisine that transcends the boundaries of culture and country.

Where: Adliya

Manzoku offers an Asian fusion cuisine. They have a wide selection of sushi, rolls and other Japanese dishes. Pair your favorite sushi with their Teapioca and you’ll not regret it!

Where: Adliya

Mirai takes pride in bringing exquisitely crafted dishes by pushing the boundaries of traditional Japanese cuisine. Established in 2002, Mirai aims to continuously surprise and delight everyone by striking the right balance between flavor and texture.

Where: Adliya

Opened in 2000, Monsoon is a tribute to the Palaces of Bali and Temples of the Orient. As a destination for authentic cuisine from the Far East, Monsoon serves Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese in a traditional Asian setting.

Where: The Gulf Hotel Bahrain

The Gulf Hotel’s Sato restaurant has earned itself a reputation for serving the fine Japanese cuisine. A popular á la carte menu is also available and features a wide range of traditional noodle dishes, sushi and bento.

Sumo Sushi & Bento
Where: Juffair, Amwaj, Riffa

Sumo Sushi & Bento serves the freshest sushi and bento selections at a very affordable price. The family friendly Japanese restaurant franchise in the UAE currently has three locations spread around Bahrain.

Teatro Downtown
Where: Downtown Rotana

Teatro Downtown boasts a dedicated sushi bar apart from their open kitchen and cooking stations. The restaurant turns Tuesday evenings into a Sushi-lover’s paradise every Tuesday night with all-you-can-eat sushi including the Volcano Maki, Lobster Maki, Crispy California Maki, Rainbow Rolls, Yellow Fin Tuna Sashimi, Salmon Nigiri and more.

WU Asian Restaurant
Where: ART Rotana

Experience the all new Sushi ART night with a sushi selection so large you won’t know where to begin!  WU’s famous sushi selection has been expanded to include even more delicious options including a new ‘dessert sushi’ station.  In addition to all of this, the restaurant also included dishes from the chef’s special menu for those looking for some hot bites.