When an eclectic combination of herbs and spices- hot, sweet, salty and sour slips into one dish, you definitely call that Indian!
With an exquisite cuisine of it’s own, tasting Indian food in Thailand might feel a little unusual. However, those who simply can’t do without food from home, perhaps with a twist ;-), these Indian restaurants in Bangkok should definitely get your attention.
Punjab Grill Bangkok
Location : 23/2-3 Soi Sukhumvit 13 Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
It suffices to say, this Indian cuisine will be the best you ever had and leaves you with a full and happy tummy! Authentic yet modern, with opulent decor and interior, Punjab grill is a modern and sleek rendition of a typical colourful Indian joint.
Their tasting menu is a great collection of Indian classics and some new interpretations(veg and non-veg) with interesting wine pairings.
The menu has plenty of creative touches like avocado paapdi chaat, tandoori jheenga, champ Gajadhar and Indian inspired cocktails – Gulabi mojito, golden era and gin with muddled pomegranate are not be missed.
The chocolate ball dessert is something to die for and they cap it off with a paan shot. Live music with requests taken create a warm and elegant mood.
Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology
Location : Fraser Suites Sukhumvit – 5th Fl. 38/8 Sukhumvit Rd. Soi 11, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
This place emphasizes more on ‘fun’ dining than fine dining. Charcoal confers some innovative cocktails that blend the best of Indian ingredients and spices with modern mixology.
Tandoori Jhinga prawns, Tandoori malai broccoli and Angaar Ki Pasliyaan- the flavorful marination works in harmony to bring out the taste of India.
Its interiors are a blend of contemporary and rustic elements of our Indian culture with usage of plank wood and dark metal that appears seamless. From interior design to food preparation, Charcoal brings out something different to the table, not offered elsewhere in Bangkok.
Rang Mahal Restaurant
Location: 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Toei On the 26th floor at The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok.
With old classical Bollywood music and a glass of wine, you could easily transcend yourself into a different dimension. Dining here overlooking the Chao phraya river flowing in the background and the magnificent tall buildings sets an intimate mood.
Surrounded by divans & cushions and intricate mirror work & paintings, this place drapes you with royalty the moment you step in.
Standouts include Kashmiri rogan josh, butter chicken, paneer tikka; also, this place is a paradise for vegans with plethora of options to overwhelm you. Everything here is worth the splurge!
Location: #71 Sukhumvit Soi 26, Klong Toei, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
196o’s Art Deco house with an elegant dining room, capacious bar with a tropical garden in the hustling and bustling Bangkok, Indus is a perfect place to dine and relax. The authentic Mughlai style Indian cuisine is served in traditional Indian copper and brassware as well as on classical thai celadon dining plates.
Paintings are lined all along the corridors and relaxing decor elevates your mood. Tawa lobster, kebab-e-malai and Indus nawabi raan are melt-in-the-mouth tender along with delicious vegetarian options. With top-notch hospitality and sumptuous food, it is hard to resist the urge to head back.
Location: 1 Sukhumvit 22 29 F Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
With magnificent Sukhumvit skyline, elegant interiors and a rooftop bar, Maya gives a hard-to-beat dining experience in Bangkok. Undoubtedly, one of the best Indian restaurants in Bangkok, top-notch food and Indian inspired cocktails are something to be wowed at! You don’t feel like you will make it to the dessert, but the food is hard to resist.
The portions are plentiful and worth the extra workout to burn the calories. You wont stop nibbling on the crunchy papadams between each dish.
Pick up some from the chef’s inspired menu. Sarson Salmon Tikka with spicy prawn pickle is epic and the Indian inspired cocktails with fusion of raw mango, cumin and vodka can’t be missed.
The Great Kebab Factory
Location: 12 Sukhumvit Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
The uniqueness of ‘The Great Kebab Factory’ hinges on the ever-changing menu; they craft new serving selection every day. Enjoy live Indian music while savoring passionate creations by the chef.
Needless to say that the kebabs here are succulent, soft and mushy; the gelouti ones are simply droolworthy. While indulging on the delicious kebabs, quench your thirst with some masala cocktails.
Try their Saptrasa, their signature mocktail that’s sweet, tangy and a little spicy. The pan kulfi is a great way to end the meal with.
Location: 68/1 Soi Langsuan Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
The colonial-style wooden house with a library set and multiple dining areas is located in a high end neighbourhood of Bangkok. You will be ushered to your table by the courteous staff where the adventure begins with the Indian molecule cuisine.
To see what the hype is all about, start with the meticulously presented 22-course tasting menu. Savour and relish each and every mouthful of a variety of these incredible dishes. The drinks list features innovative cocktails and craft beers.
Amuse-bouche will blow you away, especially the yogurt explosion in a quivering membrane is spectacular. This place is no short of a Michelin star restaurant with cutting edge cuisine worth every baht you spend.
Location : 418, Suriwongse Road, Bangrak, Bangkok .
Located in the heart of the city with wide glass windows, the Indian hut offers the best views of the Bangkok streets. Indian hut has won many accolades and has been ranked as the ‘best Indian restaurant’ in Bangkok.
With a menu full of intriguing options, innovative and varied, whatever you bite on, it’s simply delicious. The gorgeous finger licking dishes prepared by the chefs will fold you in layers of nostalgia and fulfill your longing of home cooked food.
They use freshest produce in the market to make mouth-watering dishes. Chicken, lamb and tandoor items are lipsmackingly delectable. If you fancy a curry in Bangkok, simply head to the hut.
It’s worth to stop in one of these fancy places to savour some Indian flavours.