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Lanterns Restaurant

Lanterns is an exclusive high-profile award-winning restaurant with a striking design, age-old traditional set-up and casual atmosphere making it a mystically beautiful and interesting place to dine while reflecting on the moods and colours of India. With various branches across Bahrain, they offer Read More

Building 615, Road 2621, Block 426
+973 1759 0591
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Bahrain 2020

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Recent Reviews
The food was excellent. Never fond of Indian food until I've tried Lanterns. This is most probably the beginning of me loving Indian cuisines. Not to mention the restaurant's very cozy atmosphere.Read more
We visited to this restaurant for lunch on week days. There was not much rush and very friendly staff welcomed us. On week days there is no buffet lunch and we selected the dishes from Ala-carte menu. We selected Kababs, Veg. dish and Chicken Biryani. Preparation of all these dishes were excellent. The prices also very very reasonable. Good service. Only negative side is that in this restaurant they do no serve liquor.Read more
I come here for second time and I feel so good, happy hour isn’t just perfect 50% discount for the drink from 3pm till 7pm. I will really recommend that place and place ask for San he really is so good and he will do the beast for you. I really recommend that barRead more
When I arrived in Bahrain in 2010 Lanterns in Budaiyah won the best Indian Restaurant in Bahrain award, and 2011 and 2013, and deservedly so. They expanded fast with branches at RWU corner, Adilya and Amwaj and everyone forgot Budaiyah. Having had an awful buffet at RWU last week we decided to give Budaiyah a try this week. We arrived to an empty restaurant at 7 pm and three staff and a chef were playing on their smart phones at a counter and ignored us. Eventually someone showed us to a small table in a corner and gave us menus, We had to call another waiter to take our order which he forgot part of and had to come back to check. We asked for mixed fruit juice and he said they only served single juices and listed them, I asked him to mix two in one glass and he said he would have to check if they could do this, and eventually returned and confirmed they could in fact mix two juices in one glass. He then went to type up the order and the chef was given it, but continued to play his game before finally going to the kitchen to cook our food. Eventually the food arrived, the chicken Korma was awful and the Nan bread was burnt and the Pilau rice didnt look like Pilau rice. We then had to ask where the dessert was, to which the waiter asked what we ordered and then had to come back to clarify which of two deserts it was, and eventually that arrived. In our 90 minute there two customers came for a take away and the seven staff continued to chat and play games and ignore their only twp paying customers. Well , actually paying was the hardest part, the two of us had to ask 3 times to pay, once in sign language, once in Hindi and once in English as we were walking out, They stopped their game and shouted back "wait, we are doing your bill". I replied "on an Abacus"? They explained they had a special promotion where the cheapest meal was free. Perhaps if they looked after the 2 customers they had they might have more customers and not have to give food away. I gave Lanterns 3 chances this year and each time the experience was worse than the last. I will never return again.Read more
We went today for Iftar Buffet. The good thing is that the food was great and tasty. However few negatives during my visit which I dropped 2 stars against: - Water was extra charge. People are fasting, you should include some drinks or water on buffet, as is the case for most restaurants in Bahrain who serve buffet. - When we asked if there were any drinks in buffet, he said yes there was Vimto and Yoghurt Laban, but it is finished and won’t be refilled. So we replied if it was to be part of the buffet then why not refill?! He was speechless. I thought this was ridiculous. - It was very crowded, waiters couldn’t handle the crowd well enough. Read more