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    Best Indian Curry in Phuket

    So where is the best Indian restaurant in Phuket?

    What about the Navrang Mahal Indian Restaurant, at Karon?



    From their blurb they have a twice monthly all you can eat, got any better restaurants for a good Indian Curry in Phuket ?We present PHUKET CURRY FRIDAYS on 1st & 3rd Fridays. Here is your chance to enjoy an authentic and lavish Indian Curry Buffet every Friday. All-time favourite 'Chicken Tikka Masala', very hot ' Mutton Vindaloo', succulent Kebabs, Goan Fish Curry and much more... served with Nan bread and Basmati rice.

    ALL YOU CAN EAT for only 449 baht nett! Draught Beer by the glass: just 50 baht nett. Special discount on beverages. Venue: Navrang Mahal India Restaurant at Karon Sea Sands Resort & Spa. Time: 7pm to 11pm. For reservations, please call: 076-286464, ext 4


    Tell us about the best Indian food in Phuket here..... Beer aint a bad price either most importantly

    Of course, if you just want a traditional Indian Curry then click on TeakDoor's very Indian Chicken Curry Recipe and make your own.

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    Les Anges, Royal Phuket Marina

    Seems the Les Anges, Royal Phuket Marina is starting their all you can eat buffet again on the 24th of August, half price drinks here though, although I should imagine half price of expensive just brings it down to affordable at these high end places.



    From the blurb,
    PHUKET: Phuket's Best Indian Buffet is back with a new chef and a new menu. Special promotion @ just 449 baht. From 5-9pm. Buy one, get one free for the drinks! Reservations recommended. Call Mr Murat on 081-797 3364.


    And from the website.

    LES ANGES

    Les Anges is many gourmet experiences all rolled into one - a cafe, deli, bakery, restaurant and bar. Chef Bernard Garcia continues to serve the island's finest pastries, home-made chocolates and specialty cakes and is doing a roaring trade.
    The deli serves imported cold cuts and cheeses, with made-to-order sandwiches and salads, along with the daily salad bar. For the indulgent or those looking for gifts, there is also the chocolate counter, ice-cream parlour and a selection of fine wines and champagnes.


    Les Anges at Royal Phuket Marina is open daily 7am - 10pm, through breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, "Sunset hour" and dinner.


    Les Anges has also opened a bakery branch at Villa Market, the high-end supermarket situated in HomePro Village in Chalong, where it serves freshly brewed coffee and daily baked viennoiseries. Open daily from 8am to 10pm.


    For restaurant reservations or more information, please call +66 (0)76 360 803.


    So that's 2 high end restaurants in Phuket, you got anymore?

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    Phuket Indian Restaurant Alibaba

    Seems that Phuket is graced with 3 Alibaba Indian Restaurants, so looks like they should be easy to find.

    This Chicken Karahi sure looks good though.



    The official blurb, well, their one anyway.

    We are the Finest Indian Restaurant in Patong Beach Vegetarian & Non Vegetarian Fresh Lamb Meat & Sea Food Authentic Tandoori & Curry Dishes prepared with Sharp Indian Spices

    Ali Baba Restaurant Address: 2 Ruamchai Road
    Patong, Kathu
    Phuket 83150 Thailand Tel: (66) 076.349.924
    076.304.582, Laguna Fax: (66) 076.296.541 Cell: (66) 089.729.8852, all locations Email: mamoon_butt@yahoo.com

    Contact: Mr Mamoon Butt


    Ali Baba Restaurant

    Near Saimon Caberet, next to Kasikorn Bank

    34/20-21 Prachanukor Road, Patong

    This location is especially suited for our Valued Customers in Patong but away from the beach, or coming from Karon Beach.



    Ali Baba Restaurant

    Laguna Location

    Located in Canal Village Shopping Area
    This location is especially suited for our Valued Customers of the Laguna Estate.

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    Baluchi Restaurant - Phuket

    Baluchi Restaurant - Phuket



    Horizon Beach Resort, Soi Kep Sap off Beach Rd Baluchi is the only award-winning Indian restaurant on the island, specializing in tandoori and curries. Enjoy the best steak and pasta at Borsalino.

    It has a Thai, Continental and India food on its menu as can seen below in the small selection listed.

    Menu Items

    Dal Baluchi: 240 Baht
    Black urad dal beans and tomatoes blended into a thick, richly spiced butter sauce, cooked slowly for a perfect melting taste.

    Tandoori Chicken: 475 Baht

    Half spring chicken marinated with authentic Indian spices and broiled in the Tandoor.

    Chicken Biryani: 435 Baht.

    Basmati rice cooked with boneless chicken, freshly ground spices and with saffron flavour.

    Mutton Roganjosh: 490 Baht.

    The most delectable Kashmiri dish. Mutton cooked with the most intensely hot and fragrant spices.

    Lobster Ravioli: 320 Baht.

    Lobster ravioli with tomato sauce.

    Grilled Salmon Steak: 510 Baht.

    Grilled salmon steak with fried onion rings and herb butter.

    Grilled T-bone Steak: 585 Baht.

    T-Bone steak with herb butter sauce, served with potato and vegetables.

    From The Restaurant

    Come and taste the true Mughlai Tandoori and Curries, a treat you will always remember. Baluchi is closed for Indian Food (Lunch only) on Sunday’s. Indian Food at Baluchi will be served from 15:00 hours onwards on Sundays.



    Location: Baluchi Restaurant at Horizon Beach Resort
    Address: 64/39 Soi Kepsap, between Beach Road and Rat U Thit Road, Patong
    Tel: 076 292 526

    Sounds pretty good to me, but yet another high end Indian Restaurant for the rich people

    Baluchi now boasts the skills of Indian chef Ratan Singh, late of the Mumbai Hyatt. His talents seal the authenticity of this restaurant, such as with some truly scrumptious dal makhani – lentils and beans soaked overnight with ginger, garlic combined with a tangy masala base.


    This we eat with garlic naan bread but Hizfur, Horizon's Indian F&B Director, gently points out that we should have started with the chicken tikka with kasturi methi and that dal and naan are more main courses.


    Anyway, the boneless chicken in spinach puree, kasturi methi and spices is a whole medley of tastes in one mouthful.


    The same with the cottage-cheese-based paneer tikka with lababdar marination – many of these dishes are marinated beforehand, lending a fresh spicy combination.



    Hizfur also explains why Baluchi has such a healthy reputation – because it uses genuine Indian ingredients and spices, along with long-grain polished rice.


    He points out that the restaurant is immensely popular with vegetarians as the menu includes plenty of Gujarati Jain food. There are many, many examples of attention to detail here at Baluchi and it means that a genuine Indian experience is possible in Phuket.

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    Tantra Indian Restaurant, Patong Phuket

    Well on the Tantra website they claim Best Indian Food at Patong Beach, Phuket. they could well be right I suppose as there are not too many Indian Restaurants in Patong, wonder if they will work their way up to best Indian food in Southern Thailand? May take a while to do that claim

    Anyway, regardless Indian meals are meals from the Gods. Just need to add some pork to some of the dishes.



    Open: 11.00am - Midnight Taweewong Road., Patong Beach, Phuket, Thailand Office: +66-076-296-016 Cell: +66-087-117-7259 Cell: +66-081-880-4287

    Also has a wine selection and does take a ways, just like home

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    Royal Tandoor Indian Restaurant Phuket

    I think we can all agree there are enough Indian Restaurants in Phuket to make it a holiday destination for a week or 2, just got to get rid of the taxis and jetskies, maybe some of the other scum that tends to reside in Phuket.

    Royal Tandoor Indian Restaurant in Phuket is up next, they also have a second restaurant in Krabi.

    Address:78/6 Soi Moh Wattana,Thaweewong Rd.,Patong Beach,
    Kathu 83150, Phuket ,Thailand.
    Phone No:076 293 078, Mob No: 087 6733472 or 0815350669

    Royal Tandoor Krabi
    Royal Tandoor Indian Restaurant Krabi, Ao.Nang
    Address:194/4,Ao Nang,Opp-Baanlay Bangalow,Beach Road,Krabi 81000
    Phone No:075 695 783




    Has quite a large Thai, International and Indian menu, so should keep everybody happy, well, apart from the Thais as they know full well an Indian cannot cook Thai food

    From their website.

    Royal Tandoor offer vast variety of India dishes that may be not seen at some other restaurnats.We also serve Pizzas ,Pastas and other europian foods.Our bevarage selection can fullfill your nights with charming.So come to as at Patong Beach Royal Tandoor or Krabi Royal Tandoor.We also only serve spices according to the customer needs.

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    There is an English chef down in Rawai that used to cook in UK Indian curry house's.
    He used to have 2 places but unfortunately due to problems with partners and Thai landlords doubling his rent (when he got busy) he has gone back to just supplying bars and restaurants around Phuket with his curries.
    These are a few of the places I know.
    Corner Bar Rawai,Yodsane Bar Big Buddha Chalong, Lakeside bar (rear of Wat Chalong) Da's Restaurant Kamala and Kamala Bakery.There are probably more but that's all I know.
    He does about 8 different curries, Naan bread, Lime pickle, Mango chutney and poppadoms , spices ect.
    They are the closest I have eaten to real British curries out here.

    I have eat at the Navrang Mahal Indian Restaurant and it is very good but I am afraid most of the Indian Restaurants down here are abysmal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavender19
    I am afraid most of the Indian Restaurants down here are abysmal.
    Same in most of Asia.

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    Phuket Royal India Restaurant

    Penang in Malaysia has some real decent Indian food at bargain prices, also some great Indian restaurants that make Phuket look like London prices compared to them, also Lao or Vientiane has what I reckon are UK style Indian curry houses, and they are dirt cheap for meals.



    20 years in Krabi and now in Phuket, so they got some experience behind them, lots of vegetarian dishes and fresh seafood, they also do Italian food, strange mix, 'ere Mr Patel, give us a haiwan pizza with that lamb rogan josh", naaa, wont catch on

    From their website.

    Royal India Restaurant Phuket,newly Established in Phuket following our 20 years experience Krabi in our sister Indian restaurant Royal Tandoor.

    We serve Strict Non-Veg dishes,Non Veg dishes, International food and Italian food
    The new menu focuses on healthful Indian creations offering even more vegetarian.

    There are daily specials created from the freshest seafood caught by local fishermen or produce from our resident farmers.

    Address: 8,Sawadirak Rd.Patong,Kathu,Phuket 83150
    Tel: +668 82-415 45 66 or +66881-535 0669
    Email: royalindiaphuket@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavender19 View Post
    There is an English chef down in Rawai that used to cook in UK Indian curry house's.
    He used to have 2 places but unfortunately due to problems with partners and Thai landlords doubling his rent (when he got busy) he has gone back to just supplying bars and restaurants around Phuket with his curries.
    These are a few of the places I know.
    Corner Bar Rawai,Yodsane Bar Big Buddha Chalong, Lakeside bar (rear of Wat Chalong) Da's Restaurant Kamala and Kamala Bakery.There are probably more but that's all I know.
    He does about 8 different curries, Naan bread, Lime pickle, Mango chutney and poppadoms , spices ect.
    They are the closest I have eaten to real British curries out here.

    I have eat at the Navrang Mahal Indian Restaurant and it is very good but I am afraid most of the Indian Restaurants down here are abysmal.

    Those excellent curries are also available for take-away (frozen) from the Kamala Bakery.

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    Les Anges, Royal Phuket Marina
    Seems the Les Anges, Royal Phuket Marina is starting their all you can eat buffet again on the 24th of August, half price drinks here though, although I should imagine half price of expensive just brings it down to affordable at these high end places.
    Had a feed there around May I think it was.
    A good selection of about four or five curries , Naan breads , fruits and sweets (not authentic indian sweets tho..)
    It was an enjoyable and tasty meal if you love Indian food , ( I do !) , the buffet was about 800b from memory and half price beers were 50b.
    Unfortunately , I overindulged and made a pig of myself , ralphed up the lot just inside the front gate when i got home .
    I'D do it all again and probably will.

    As was said before , a lot of Indian tucker in Phuket is overpriced and not at all authentic or tasty.
    Its almost worth a trip to Penang to get some very reasonably priced , tasty , traditional Indian tucker.

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