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    Good Indian restaurant?

    Having lived in Bangkok for the last 2 years I've come to the sudden realisation that I haven't had an Indian since I've moved here.
    Had a bit of a look at the older threads but didn't find much regarding Indian cuisine.
    Can any of you chaps reccommend a few restaurants that are worth checking out, don't really care if it's flash or not, as long as the food is good.
    Cheers.

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    Red - Bit pricey from what I can remember but it's bloody good. http://www.redbangkok.com/

    Indus - My favorite when I can't afford Red. http://www.indusbangkok.com/

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    The Sunday buffet at the Rang Mahal is very good, nice place too. It's on the top floor of the Rembrandt, Sukhumvit soi 18/ 20

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    ^good all the time.

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    I am on Halul Island ofshore Qatar. We have the best Indian food you ever tasted here. I know its a long way to go and visits here are restricted by the Qatar Government.

    Maybe its unlucky for you but very lucky for me!!!

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    I can't stomach Indian Food at all in Thailand now after eating the great Indian Food they serve up in Malaysia.

    I don't know why it is but it must be the provincial tastes the local Malay Indians make in Malaysia that I can't get enough of.

    Other then that the one in the Rembrandt is the best in Bangkok so I have heard.

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    had a nice meal at masala art a few weeks back.

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    As has been said - The Rembrandt

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    The Royal India in Paohorat. Its not far from the Indian Emporium where there is also a good food court on the top floor.

    The Royal India has been recommended by many Indians and does catering for many luxurious hotels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattayardm
    The Royal India has been recommended by many Indians
    I haven't tried there bud, but I'm from the UK and love UK Indian food sometimes, but UK Indian food is dumbed down, so I wouldn't listen to a recommendation off an Indian

    But I am a pussy when it comes to chillis

    Give me a Balti and Nan bread anyday

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    I've been a bit spoilt with Indian food because i've got some good Indian mates who cook up the best food which is a million miles away from any or most old tat that is served up in restaurants!

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    Thanks for the replies guys. Will be trying some of those restaurants out.




    Quote Originally Posted by pattayardm
    Its not far from the Indian Emporium where there is also a good food court on the top floor.
    Went to have a look there yesterday as I was in the area. Foodcourt was virtually deserted, only a handfull of businesses were up and running. Tried one shop and had a mutton curry, a veg curry and garlic naan and have to say that it was surprisingly tasty. Will have lunch there again.

    Quote Originally Posted by pattayardm
    The Royal India in Paohorat.
    Where exactly is this place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I can't stomach Indian Food at all in Thailand now after eating the great Indian Food they serve up in Malaysia.

    I don't know why it is but it must be the provincial tastes the local Malay Indians make in Malaysia that I can't get enough of.

    Other then that the one in the Rembrandt is the best in Bangkok so I have heard.
    Agree completely.

    Also that they have preserved the distinctive cuisines of Northern and Southern India, veggie , Muslim Indian, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi.

    While in Bangkok it's quite often just Northern Indian food.

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    Also in Pahurat is Punjabi Sweets opposite the Indian Emporium....very good and cheap at 15B for a plain naan bread.

    If you like vegetarian I used to recommend Dosa King soi 11, 11/1, but these days I go to the one at the mouth of 11/1 Kazan Kazaar ( I think, something like that anyway, my menu has moved from my desk) very fresh food, always popukar for a family outing.

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    ^What was the other one you recommended a year or so back? I think it might be Mrs something???

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    The Yogi restaurant is pretty good vegetarian indian food.
    Kinda hard to find, but worth the effort.
    Small Restaurants in Bangkok

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    Mrs balbirs, Marmite hates it despite never having been to it since it remodelled itself.... yes, it's good, but it's rich and I've found over the last year or so as I errmmmmm mature that it's a little heavy for me at times, hence why I love the vegetarian over the road.

    Mrs Balbirs is also in Soi 11/1 Sukhumvit.

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    The Indians at work recommend one vegetarian in Soi 20 and a small vegetarian in a small loop soi of soi 18 or 20 called Ganesh. To date i've been to neither

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    Gideon's in California...



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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Gideon's in California...


    How did you do that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Gideon's in California...
    Never had a decent Indian meal in California....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Gideon's in California...
    Never had a decent Indian meal in California....
    Or Thai, for that matter (at least in my case)- it's all been Americanized for local tastes.

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    For cheap indian, there is one near Khao San Road, across the bus ride for the airport. About 300 meters away from Police station, across the road.

    Good food, pricing ok, all other Indians in area are overpriced for medium quality.

    Only few tables, just next to an Israeli that is nice as well with special seating on digged floor and cushions.

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    here's a new Indian Restaurant on Petchburi on the other side / near to the Amari Atrium.

    Haven't tried it yet, not a great location for me so maybe I never will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock View Post
    Mrs balbirs, Marmite hates it despite never having been to it since it remodelled itself.... yes, it's good, but it's rich and I've found over the last year or so as I errmmmmm mature that it's a little heavy for me at times, hence why I love the vegetarian over the road.

    Mrs Balbirs is also in Soi 11/1 Sukhumvit.
    Good to see you're developing a palette at last.

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