Once upon a time not so long ago there were few Indian restaurants in town offering unique Indian cuisine, fast forward 6,7 years, we have a complete new array of Indian restaurants offering a fusion of classic with modern North and South to Tibetan / Nepali dishes.
A combination of old royal mughal recipes served in the most vibrant, thoughtful and modern style. Traditional cooking in tandoor (clay oven) is the secret to aroma and the spices. Try their seek kebab, lamb chops or daal (Lentils) they also taste the same “delicious”.
Every Wednesday is the Ladies Night. Come in a group of 4 and receive a bottle of Martini Prosseco.
Tel: +66 89 307 1111
Address: Sukhumvit 11 Road, Fraser Suites, 5th floor
Situated within the popular Radisson Suites in Soi 13 Sukhumvit, this is no ordinary Indian restaurant. The restaurant menu highlights dishes like Avacado Papdi chat an appetizer served in a flour cone filled with Avacado Guacamole, marinated cheese and marinated cherry tomato topping.
Other unique dishes to try are Tandoor Pineapple which is marinated Pineapple marinated in tamarind chutney served with saffron and fennel sorbet.
Tel: +66 (0) 2 645 4952
Address: Punjab Grill Bangkok (within Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit Soi 11)
Twisted Tandoor by India Today
Unique in its own way the restaurant produces dishes out of the box. Try their seafood dishes, grilled lamb or curries Twisted Tandoor knows how to please their customers.
Tel: +66 26 530 780
Address: Corner of Soi 8
Dosa King is a 100% pure Indian restaurant serving North and South Indian curries. Try their specialty Dosa (pancake made from fermented batter filled with potato, cottage cheese or vegetables) that comes with coconut chutney.
Also, served are fresh fruit juices or lime soda.
Tel: +66 80 545 1111
Address: Sukhumvit soi 11/1, express entrance from Soi 11 (Next to 7 eleven)
Located in soi 3/1 about (20 meters down the soi), this restaurant serves the softest Nan bread in town. Try their mutton, beef or cottage cheese with Nan breads that are freshly made in Tandoor (clay oven).
One of the first restaurants to serve Tibetan food in Bangkok, this awesome restaurant is humble with a cheery ambiance. Also served here is fusion style Indian-Chinese food.
Tibetan food is known for its goat, mutton and chicken dumplings. Try their noodles, soups, chowmien and stir-fried cabbage.
Tel: +66 95 519 0532
Address: Sukhumvit soi 23