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Kebabs (Schwarmas), Indian Food, Etc?

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Hi everyone

Can anyone tell me where I can buy good kebabs, hummus, or Indian food in Bangkok?

I really miss middle eastern food and haven't seen any yet in Bangkok.

I really appreciate replies from anyone that knows of any food remotely related to middle eastern or Indian

Thanks

Phil

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For Indian food, where the Indians eat, go to Chakrapetch Road, Wang Burapha. This area is called "Little India"It is at the very end of Chinatown .There are many Indian restaurants between the Chakrapetch Road and the Klong behind, of differing qualities and prices. From the very cheap to the expensive. Very rarely ,will you find Farang eating there.

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<br />For Indian food, where the Indians eat, go to Chakrapetch Road, Wang Burapha. This area is called "Little India"It is at the very end of Chinatown .There are many Indian restaurants between the Chakrapetch Road and the Klong behind, of differing qualities and prices. From the very cheap to the expensive. Very rarely ,will you find Farang eating there.<br />
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

That sounds really good. How far is it from Minburi ?

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Sorry, but it is quite some distance,from Minburi, Little India is in Bangkok, At the end of Chinatown, that is at the end of Yaowarat Road,If you go along Yaowarat to the traffic lights at the end of it, after crossing over a klong, turn left -You are now in Little India.Lots of Indian shops and Indian people.Most of the restaurants are to your left between Chakrapetch and the klong.It is about 4 kilometres from Hua Lumphong Railway Station. Should you like cooking your own Indian, the best shop for ALL the ingredients,you will need,which are all imported from India you need, is, Nisa Sachdev, 329 Soi Protoleck Lek , Off Chakrapetch road. This very little soi is next to the new Indian Emporium ( multi storey), on the opposite side of the road to the restaurants. At the mouth of the Soi ,at lunch time, an Indian family cook lovely Samosas. Yum ,Yum.

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I found the schwarmas and their sauces in and around soi 3 to be insipid. The kebabs dry and expensive.

Don't know about Little India.

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Sorry, but it is quite some distance,from Minburi, Little India is in Bangkok, At the end of Chinatown, that is at the end of Yaowarat Road,If you go along Yaowarat to the traffic lights at the end of it, after crossing over a klong, turn left -You are now in Little India.Lots of Indian shops and Indian people.Most of the restaurants are to your left between Chakrapetch and the klong.It is about 4 kilometres from Hua Lumphong Railway Station. Should you like cooking your own Indian, the best shop for ALL the ingredients,you will need,which are all imported from India you need, is, Nisa Sachdev, 329 Soi Protoleck Lek , Off Chakrapetch road. This very little soi is next to the new Indian Emporium ( multi storey), on the opposite side of the road to the restaurants. At the mouth of the Soi ,at lunch time, an Indian family cook lovely Samosas. Yum ,Yum.

Ok thanx, I will definitely go and give it a try when I can.

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

I ate kebab in a shop in Ramkhamhaeng, not too far from the mall Bang Kapi, that’s owned by a foreigner and his Thai wife. It was fantastic and they put on some amazing sauces like mint yoghurt , garlic sauce and a hot chilli sauce that smelt and tasted amazing, and you can buy hummus to dip your kebab in. And, I think they also sell Indian and Thai food as well as kebabs.

I can’t remember exactly what soi it was on but it shouldn’t be too far from you. I will definitely go there again soon and I’ll give you the directions.

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

I ate kebab in a shop in Ramkhamhaeng, not too far from the mall Bang Kapi, that's owned by a foreigner and his Thai wife. It was fantastic and they put on some amazing sauces like mint yoghurt , garlic sauce and a hot chilli sauce that smelt and tasted amazing, and you can buy hummus to dip your kebab in. And, I think they also sell Indian and Thai food as well as kebabs.

I can't remember exactly what soi it was on but it shouldn't be too far from you. I will definitely go there again soon and I'll give you the directions.

I forgot to mention the restaurant's name, it is called "the red onion" .. Definitely a must try restaurant if you are in Ramkamhaeng area..

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

I ate kebab in a shop in Ramkhamhaeng, not too far from the mall Bang Kapi, that's owned by a foreigner and his Thai wife. It was fantastic and they put on some amazing sauces like mint yoghurt , garlic sauce and a hot chilli sauce that smelt and tasted amazing, and you can buy hummus to dip your kebab in. And, I think they also sell Indian and Thai food as well as kebabs.

I can't remember exactly what soi it was on but it shouldn't be too far from you. I will definitely go there again soon and I'll give you the directions.

Wow, that sounds perfect for me and the mall Bang Kapi is only 10 mins by taxi.

Thank you very much! I look forward to getting the directions from you.

Phil

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

I ate kebab in a shop in Ramkhamhaeng, not too far from the mall Bang Kapi, that's owned by a foreigner and his Thai wife. It was fantastic and they put on some amazing sauces like mint yoghurt , garlic sauce and a hot chilli sauce that smelt and tasted amazing, and you can buy hummus to dip your kebab in. And, I think they also sell Indian and Thai food as well as kebabs.

I can't remember exactly what soi it was on but it shouldn't be too far from you. I will definitely go there again soon and I'll give you the directions.

Wow, that sounds perfect for me and the mall Bang Kapi is only 10 mins by taxi.

Thank you very much! I look forward to getting the directions from you.

Phil

Sorry, I wanted to give you the direction earlier but I was busy these days. You can find The Red Onion shop in Summakorn village, Ramkhamhaeng 110.

Go straight into the village about 500 metres or so until you come to a lake with a childrens playground. The shop is opposite the lake and the last building on the end.

Oh yea, and they have some really good Indian food as well. I tried the chicken madras they had there yesterday and it was one of the best I've eaten.

I got you their phone number as well- 089 510 2666. It might be best if you call them before you go to make your order because they get very busy.

Enjoy!

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If you want good arabic food just go to Beirut in Sukhumvit Soi 2.

And for indian fast food, go to Indian Chaat in Sukhumvit Soi 23.

I ate kebab in a shop in Ramkhamhaeng, not too far from the mall Bang Kapi, that's owned by a foreigner and his Thai wife. It was fantastic and they put on some amazing sauces like mint yoghurt , garlic sauce and a hot chilli sauce that smelt and tasted amazing, and you can buy hummus to dip your kebab in. And, I think they also sell Indian and Thai food as well as kebabs.

I can't remember exactly what soi it was on but it shouldn't be too far from you. I will definitely go there again soon and I'll give you the directions.

Wow, that sounds perfect for me and the mall Bang Kapi is only 10 mins by taxi.

Thank you very much! I look forward to getting the directions from you.

Phil

Sorry, double post.

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Thanks for that Su. I really appreciate it.

Ramkhamhaeng 110, Summakorn village is right down the road from where I live, and I know the area quite well. I will go there tonight to try it out, and call them first to order the madras. smile.gif I love chicken madras and haven't eaten it in so long. I can't wait. laugh.gif

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