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RESTAURANTS / Indian restaurant

  • Tandoor Restaurant Bangkok

    With imported ingredients and three Indian chefs, the Northern Indian cuisine at Tandoor is truly authentic. Vegetable samosa, the house speciality appetiser, is perfectly fried with a crispy coating and flavoursome filling. It goes superbly well with tamarind sauce.

  • Red Restaurant Bangkok

    Trading ghee for ingredients more common to European cuisine, chef Manoj Kumar brings to Bangkok the latest culinary trend sweeping through New Delhi: contemporary Indian dishes as pleasing to the eye as to the palate. Exemplifying Red's fusion leanings, creamy chicken kebab and saffron risotto succeeds as an Italian-to- Indian crossover.

  • Royal India Restaurant Bangkok

    It is the food, and not the decor, that makes a trip to Royal India memorable. Decades of practice using ingredients bought daily from a local market have made certain North Indian specialties stand out. Among starters, samosas are crispy and delightfully tangy when drizzled with green onion sauce.

  • Hazara Restaurant

    Hazara serves northern Indian cuisine with the fundamental simplicity of the tandoor clay oven, and the rich yet delicate sauces of the handi Indian wok. As a traditional appetiser, try keema samosa, pastry pyramids stuffed with minced mutton and Indian spices, or tandoori murgh chaat, sliced tandoori chicken in a spicy masala with strips of green mango.