The Top Restaurants To Try In Bullhead City, Arizona

Photo of Marcelina Morfin
9 February 2017

On east bank of the Colorado River, Bullhead City, Arizona has its fair share of chain restaurants, like most mid-size American towns; however, there are some great independent spots here to eat at as well if you know where to look. We’ve put together a list of the places you should put on your list when visiting Bullhead City.

Bullhead City, Arizona | © Ken Lund/Flickr


Bar, Restaurant, American
Owned and operated by Chef Blessing, 310 Grill is a wonderful restaurant serving dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Taking pride in his restaurant and wanting to offer nothing but the best, the chef oversees every aspect and uses only the freshest ingredients for his mouthwatering creations. Meat and fish eaters will love the menu with highlights such as the Thai-glazed salmon with soy, garlic, sriracha, mustard, plus Thai vegetables and the ragin’ Cajun burger topped with blue cheese, chipotle aioli, lettuce, tomato, and red onion. House-made desserts plus several tantalizing libations are available as well. When the weather isn’t too hot, have a seat on the lovely patio.

Chao Praya Thai Cuisine

Restaurant, Thai, Asian, Vegan, $$$
Chao Praya Thai Cuisine has cornered the market in great Asian food here, with dishes that burst with fresh flavors, and Thai delicacies that range from appetizers to stir-fries. Try the deep-fried tofu with plum sauce or the Thai springs rolls to start your meal. The roasted duck in red curry served with basil leaves, pineapples, tomatoes, baby corn, and bell peppers is a powerhouse of taste, and one of the best things on the menu.

D'Angelo's Italian Restaurant

Butcher, Restaurant, Italian, Fast Food, Vegetarian, American
D’Angelo’s Italian Restaurant is a family friendly Italian joint, serving up fresh pasta dishes and house specialties such as the rich baked eggplant stuffed with ricotta and topped with marinara and mozzarella. Pizzas are oven-baked and generous; meat eaters will love the ‘butcher’s’, topped with pepperoni, sausage, and Canadian bacon.

El Charro Mexican Restaurant

Restaurant, Mexican
View of Bullhead City
View of Bullhead City | © Stan Shebs/WikiCommons
Inside the family-owned El Charro Mexican Restaurant, the bright interior and tiled tables are as bold and colorful as the crowd-pleasing menu of Mexican food. Anything made with carne asada(beef grilled and served in slices) to tacos and burritos is guaranteed to hit the spot. And while the menu is heavily geared toward meat dishes, vegetarians have some tasty choices too, including the veggie fajita burrito.

Firehouse Coffee Shop

Cafe, Coffee Shop, American, Coffee, Tea , Fast Food, Vegetarian, $$$
Established in 2005, Firehouse Coffee Shop is the place to come for coffee, made with the shop’s own roasted beans. The laid-back vibe and free wifi makes it a great spot to bring a laptop and work while enjoying a menu that runs from breakfast sandwiches to weekly specials. For breakfast, the eggs benedict with Black Forest ham and poached eggs, served on a croissant and smothered in hollandaise sauce, is a top choice. If visiting for lunch, try the ahi tuna salad.

The Hut

If you’re looking to fill up then The Hut at The Froth and Foam Car Wash, a drive-thru and walk-up venue, serves some of the tastiest sandwiches around. Its known for the California-style pastrami hot sandwich; a tower of pastrami piled on a six-inch roll and dressed with mustard and pickles. Other favorites include the pastrami slider and piquant potato salad, with bacon, onion, garlic, and mayo. For breakfast, the breakfast burrito with choice of breakfast meats, eggs, hash browns, and cheese is a bold choice.

The Hut, 3120 Highway 95, Bullhead City, AZ, USA, +1 928 542 4587

Lisa's Bistro

Bistro, Restaurant, American
Lisa’s Bistro is a charming little restaurant serving well-cooked, fresh American cuisine, with a few international flavors thrown in here and there. The interior is small and warm, with work by local artists hung around the room, and the service is unfailingly friendly. If you’re visiting on Monday, try the special homemade meatloaf with mushroom gravy; on every other day stock favorites include the build-your-own-burger.

Maki Sushi

Restaurant, Sushi, Japanese, Asian, $$$
Don’t be fooled by the unassuming exterior of Maki Sushi; this Japanese restaurant has a reputation for excellent Japanese food and the kindness of its chef, Gregory, who will even make special gluten-free rolls for diners with a gluten intolerance. Order the Red Dragon roll if you’re a sushi fan; if you want to try something warm then the chicken teriyaki with seasonal vegetables and katsu tofu, or bread tofu with tonkatsu sauce are memorable.

Mama Mia's

Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, Vegan
A family owned and operated restaurant, Mama Mia’s is a cozy venue specializing in authentic, well-priced Italian food. Diners rave about the angel hair pasta with tomato sauce and meatballs, as well as the Italian sausage sandwich. Side dishes, if you have the room, include house-made macaroni salad and potato salad.

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