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I usually eat at the emporium Indian place on the 5th floor (next to Sunrise tacos), tasty and beautiful nan. Was in the nana area today and felt like eating Indian food, saw many places, but I was alone and just wanted one of those set platters, 2-400 baht would be ok. Any recommendations? Any area...

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soi 13 sukumvit punjabi restaurant. Cheap and fantastic dishes. About 200 meters down soi on right hand side next to a bangladeshi restaurnt.

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We really need the Indians to comment. Personally I think the best Indian is in Singapore and Bangkok is, at best, average.

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Indian friend recommended a couple of places on sukumvit soi 22, also said that the food here was better than in India!

Anyone tried dosa king on soi 11?

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there is only one that has been recommended many times on tv. mrs.balbir i think its soi 8 off sukhumvit rd.

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there is only one that has been recommended many times on tv. mrs.balbir i think its soi 8 off sukhumvit rd.

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We really need the Indians to comment. Personally I think the best Indian is in Singapore and Bangkok is, at best, average.

The best Indians are in England.

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Indian friend recommended a couple of places on sukumvit soi 22, also said that the food here was better than in India!

Anyone tried dosa king on soi 11?

Yes, its excellent South Indian food. Always humming with an Indian clientele.

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I've tried many of the Indians in Bangkok... From Rang Mahal (top of the Rembrant hotel), Mrs Balabir's, Planet Bollywood, Indian Host etc...

I'd consider the nicest for Indian food, service, decor, atmosphere etc to be Indus on Sukhumvit 26.... (but its also a dash on the pricey side).

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At the emporium the other night, 5th floor, veg set and sweet lassi, 350B. Very good, fantastic butter nan, great lassi, quiet, never busy. Indian friend said yeah its fine, tasty, nothing wrong with it.

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Indian friend recommended a couple of places on sukumvit soi 22, also said that the food here was better than in India!

Anyone tried dosa king on soi 11?

Yes, its excellent South Indian food. Always humming with an Indian clientele.

We ate there recently and found the curries average. Great masala dosa though!

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Is Mrs Balabir's the one with a chain of small booth in various shopping centers? I think I tried them at Central Chitlom on the ground floor in the Tops super market - worst ever unfortunately, just terrible.

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Indus is good

Mrs Balbir is good

Rang Mahal is good

Dosa King for the Dosa

The one inside The Face is also good (I forget the name of the restaurant)

himali chacha also good

Ate at India Today once. Wasn't bad.

Interestingly, the limited Indian menu at the Cross bar was also good. (Surprised me.... Wouldn't have thought of ordering Indian in a pub in bkk, but tried some of my friends curry....)

But my favorite still remains Royal India

(Not eaten in some of the above for sometime, so hopefully they are all still ok. These days I frequent rang mahal, mrs Balbir and royal India more than the others)

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where is rang mahal and royal india and about what would u pay for a veg set?

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Rang Mahal is on top of the Rembrandt Hotel in Soi 18. Ive never ordered a veg set, I go for the sunday brunch... 850 net per person

Royal India - its in Mahajak road in Pahurat. again, never ordered a veg dish there, and cant remember how much their Thali might be. but Im guessing less than 200 baht for the veg, and possibly just under 200 for the meat thali too.

their prices went up slightly in the last year, but prior to that I recall paying only 600 to 700 for 4 people (small eaters, but still quite cheap). last year went back with two lads, who have a bigger appetite.....the bill might have been something like 1500 for 3? but this was with a LOT of meat dishes

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