Asha’s Restaurant Bahrain by Asha Bosle is a fine dine Indian restaurant in Bahrain. They have branch throughout Bahrain, the most noteworthy being the City center mall branch and the Avenues mall branch. We tried the City Center Mall Branch. Asha’s Restaurant also has branches in UAE, Qatar and Kuwait.
Asha’s says it is an innovative restaurant combining the delights of contemporary Indian cuisine with modern decor, exhibiting a true sense of Indian luxury.
We were 26 people with a mix of children, teens, single adults, parents, and grandparents. We were also spread almost equally for vegetarian and non-vegetarian and the restaurant did justice to both our taste buds.
Thursday night is when we arrived here. We reserved the tables 30 mins prior to our time to eat. The Host Shyam and Archana were quick in arranging for the table. To all those who have large family togethers or business dinners, they have a long separate seating which when combined can accommodate up to 30 if I’m not mistaken.
The ambiance carried a chic Indian vibe and gave a warm homely vibe. Our other hosts including Nurul were very polite, courteous, and quick to provide us with what we needed.
The food overall was a delicate of Indian flavors which did not disappoint. Since I tasted both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, I can happily say that both were exciting and worth trying. To know more of our favorite dishes here, scroll down below.
When it came to dessert, we had good desserts but were sad to hear that they did not have Rasmalai and Saffron Milk cake, considering these are usually the most in demand, at least for me.
Address (P.S. Google Maps below): City Centre Bahrain, Manama
Time: 5.00 PM to 2.30 AM
Parking: Yes, mall parking
Price Range: BHD 20+ for two
What to try at Asha Bosle Restaurant?
Hope I got all the names right.
- Passion fruit mojito
- Mango lassi
- Rose jam ice tea (presentation is unique)
- Ginger Moscow mule
- Strawberry passion smash
- Mao Tai
- Non veg platter – It comes with chicken tikka, grilled fish and large prawns.
- Veg platter – It comes with paneer, pineapple, vegetables, potato roll maybe, fried gobi (cauliflower).
- Ashas special dal makhani
- Paneer butter masala
- Veg biriyani (mostly filled with paneer)
- Mutton Ghosht
- Butter Chicken
- Chicken Biriyani
- Pressure Cooker Mutton Curry
- Gulab jamun
- Mango kulfi
- Kesar pista kulfi
P.S. I also hear that their thali is good to try.
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