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    Pattaya Restaurant - Indian

    Pattaya has quite a few Indian restaurants, this one is The Nawab on Pratamnak Road on the corner of Soi 5, got a few nice large signs with one proclaiming Indian, Pakistani, Arabic and Thai food, although their Thai food menu did consist of mainly Isaan dishes, ie som tam and gai yang type of meals.

    (Pratamnak Road is the road leading from South Pattaya up and round Buddha mountain and leading onto Jomtien.)

    Obviously this place is a bit more expensive than say Neeroys curry house on Soi Chaiyapoon, but the area is quite a bit more upmarket and rents are a lot higher here, but all in all it seems to be of reasonable value.



    As it is quite high up on Buddha mountain it does get some nice breeze and the restaurant is all open air, some of it is roofed and some of it is protected from the sun by large trees, but the garden area looks quite nice.



    Nice wooden furniture and all nice and clean.



    My chicken tikka, the Indian menu is quite extensive and main dishes start around 160baht which is how much the tikka was, the tikka was quite nice but I think next time I shall go for the rogan josh and a small tandoori chicken.



    Naan bread was 30 baht and came with the spicy mint sauce, popadoms 20baht.
    They have garlic naan and a few other versions of naan bread, also samosas and bhajis.
    Definitely worth a visit if your in the area and fancy some Indian food.



    Once you have finished your meal you may want to take a drive down to the bottom of Soi 5 where there is a nice beach to spend the day on. Pratumnak Soi 5 Beach (Pattaya Beach, Pratumnak Road Soi 5 and 6)

    Other Indian restaurants in Pattaya include the following.

    Ahaar Indian Cuisine
    Soi Post Office, Pattaya
    Telephone (038) 711151

    Alibaba
    1/13 - 14 Pattaya Central Road
    Pattaya City
    Telephone (038) 361 620

    Indian by Nature
    306/64-68 Chateau Dale Plaza, Thappraya Rd.
    Pattaya, Chonburi 20150, Thailand
    Telephone (038) 36 46 56

    Kohinoor Kitchen
    17/5-6 Moo 10, Pratumnak Road
    Opposite Camelot Hotel
    Next to Baiyoke Hotel
    Pattaya City 20260
    Telephone (038) 710423

    Nawab Tandoori Restaurant
    Pratamnak Road corner of Soi 5
    Pattaya City
    Telephone: 038 364 392.

    Sher E Punjab
    216 Soi 11 Beach Road
    Next to Mike's Shopping Mall on Beach Road
    Telephone (038) 420158

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    nice pics

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    From the look of the food, they appear to have a proper Tandoori oven as well. Yum, yum.

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    Food looks nice but place looks a bit of a dump from the outside though

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    guaranteed bowel eruptions and loud smelly farts all the night and next day ,to the consternation of your sweet little honeypie who claims she never has farted in her entire life

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    I ate in that place last month, food wasn't bad, but a bit less than spicy, I had the tandoori chicken as depicted in DD's photo, definitely not cooked in a tandoori tho', it was Ok, the dragon had a korma, which was well under spiced.
    All in all, my view i think that for the money they charge it was not really great value, but tourists would think it was great. If your in the area give it a try, I may just be a bit fussy.

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    ^In the UK kormas don't have any spices in at all I believe, just always tasted like chicken in yogurt to me.

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    yea but thats UK Dog,

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    Hey, that's my local!

    I usually go there once a week to eat the Indian food, which is pretty tasty. My wife has the Issan food menu and says it;s very good.

    All in all, it''s a nice place within 200 meters of my office and condo.

    '.. rents are a lot higher here...'?

    Bollox! I pay a miserable 2,500 baht per month for a seaview 60 square meter condo just 200 meters from that restaurant!

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    You might be right simon, but I have lived in Malaysia for some time, and the indians there know how to make bloody good Indian nosh. everything here is a pale and insipid representation of Indian food.

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    Apartments in say Argyle which is less than 100 meters away cost more than that perday, you really are slumming it, although they do have some small rooms for 1,000 baht per day low season special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post

    Bollox! I pay a miserable 2,500 baht per month for a seaview 60 square meter condo just 200 meters from that restaurant!

    Simon
    dam simon, thats a deal, I pay more for my dump in darkest issarn



    do you think I am being ripped here?

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    ^Jees, I know its been a bad year for everybody, didn't realise it had got that bad though

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    You might be right simon, but I have lived in Malaysia for some time, and the indians there know how to make bloody good Indian nosh.
    The staff are Nepalese, I think that helps, ie the staff at Nawam.

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    [quote] .. slumming it [\quote]

    Urban dictionary defintion:
    To live poorly, or in below-average quality. Lifestyle that is below widely accepted standards, in terms of health, nutrition and hygeine, safety, and intelligence. Often linked with impoverished lifestyle or frugal living.

    DD - I'll accept the frugal living bit, but the rest? nah!! Air con 60 m2 condo, hot shower, kitchen, view of Koh Larn. I'm living above the Hot Rod bike shop if you want to come and stay

    BTW, that Indian restaurant seems to be owned by a local police guy. The only downside is that they offer big-screen football TV, (which is a real turn-off for someone who went to a Grammar school where footie was banned and rugby was de rigour)

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    Ooops, seems I am stalking you then Simon, I was there yesterday, buel and harley place, it's actually quite a nice building, some real nice bikes in there but they wont let you take pictures

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    DD - the owner is a nice English guy, but he gets sick of people like you slobbering all over the bikes. You can see that he recently built a 'moat' to stop you lot leaving your dirty paw prints all over the windows as well.

    BTW, apparently most of the bikes in that shop are not for sale but simply in 'open storage' for the owners who occasionally come and ride them along Beach Road.

    Simon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    From the look of the food, they appear to have a proper Tandoori oven as well. Yum, yum.
    Yes, they have! I confirmed this with the manager on our last visit, as a friend wanted to take some freshly cooked breads home at the end of the evening.

    Must say that this place is well worth the drive from Ban Chang.

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    tandoori nawab restaurant is the best in all phataya

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    Quote Originally Posted by gopalpoudel
    tandoori nawab restaurant is the best in all phataya
    Do you run it ?

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    Tikka Center on Soi Buahkow

    Best Indian Food in Pattaya , just tell them Gandhi sent you

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    Fishermans Rest at Mabprachan takes some beating for Indian food, haven't tried Nawab though

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    Quote Originally Posted by gopalpoudel View Post
    tandoori nawab restaurant is the best in all phataya
    this is tandoori nawab restaurant website
    click this link
    What link?

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    That Tikka looks nice, there is a Tikka Indian shop in soi Baukoa about opposite soi Honey is good too,

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