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Bk restaurant suk rd soi phra khanong between soi 3-5 .80 baht for the vege thali ,90 baht for the non vege thali .lassi 30 baht .enjoy - g

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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.

Concur. I had a meal from one of her chains at Platinum Shopping Plaza next to Pantip and it was dreadful. Doesn't she care about what it does to her name and reputation?

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Bk restaurant suk rd soi phra khanong between soi 3-5 .80 baht for the vege thali ,90 baht for the non vege thali .lassi 30 baht .enjoy - g

Coincidentally just ate there for the first time. Had a veg thali. Not bad, not very good. Cheap. Very nice people. Nowhere near as good as the 100 baht veg thali at balbirs in Robinson Asoke food court.

I'll go back to try the Burmese food though.

sukhumvit 71 between Soi 3 and 5.

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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.

Concur. I had a meal from one of her chains at Platinum Shopping Plaza next to Pantip and it was dreadful. Doesn't she care about what it does to her name and reputation?

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.

Concur. I had a meal from one of her chains at Platinum Shopping Plaza next to Pantip and it was dreadful. Doesn't she care about what it does to her name and reputation?

Yeah. Those two are not so good.

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Punjabi sweets in Prahurat. NOT the one down the side of India Emporium. There is another. Stand with your back to the main entrance to India Emporium and you will see a tiny soi opposite you. Head down there and it is on the left.

Do note, however, that it is truly Veg (i.e. not non-veg). As such it is famous in the Indian communities across Bangkok. Sadly this still doesn't compare to the Indian food in KL and that does not compare to Indian food in India. Still, I go back time and again ;)

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anyone been to 'sara's' on soi 22? Told it was around the corner from dominoes but couldn't find it. There was a place called Myra's, I think that must have been it, all vegetarian, supposed to be good and cheap.

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saras was excellent, if there are other places comparable to that please recommend. I had a huge set with lassi, 390B, much bigger and better than what I have had at the emporium and about 40B more. I arrived there before 8pm and about 8pm it completely filled up. They have a beautiful lay out of sweets and the service was fine. I didn't quite get what was 'self-serve' about it, perhaps thats for take away...

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There's Hot Curry, past Saras, further down Soi 20, on the right hand side.

They have pretty good Non-Veg North Indian cuisine.

I also like Indian Hut, which is on Surawong Road, a little more upscale and expensive, compared with Saras.

I believe they're expanding, as the last I was there, they were building a second multi-storey building across the street, also entitled 'Indian Hut'.

I almost forgot, there's a new-ish Indian restaurant, on the Nana BTS station itself, beside one of the exits. Anyone checked that out?

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I wouldn't say it's the best in BKK due to lack of atmosphere etc, but i had the best Indian in the MBK food court. Its a small kiosk. The best Lamb Madras i've had in Thailand.

Not somewhere to take the Mrs for a splash up meal. However if your out on your own and get a taste for it, i really recommend it.

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I wouldn't say it's the best in BKK due to lack of atmosphere etc, but i had the best Indian in the MBK food court. Its a small kiosk. The best Lamb Madras i've had in Thailand.

Not somewhere to take the Mrs for a splash up meal. However if your out on your own and get a taste for it, i really recommend it.

MBK has two food courts, one low-so and one high-so. The high-so one is i think called The Loft. Which one do you mean? I had one curry from the low-so one before but found the content of meat very low and the price pretty high, for what you got anyway.

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I wouldn't say it's the best in BKK due to lack of atmosphere etc, but i had the best Indian in the MBK food court. Its a small kiosk. The best Lamb Madras i've had in Thailand.

Not somewhere to take the Mrs for a splash up meal. However if your out on your own and get a taste for it, i really recommend it.

MBK has two food courts, one low-so and one high-so. The high-so one is i think called The Loft. Which one do you mean? I had one curry from the low-so one before but found the content of meat very low and the price pretty high, for what you got anyway.

The high-so one, where you pay at the end. Give it a try and let me know how it was.

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Had another recommendation from Indian friend, 'Indian Host' on sukhumvit soi 22.

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Hello People!

You can try

Indus in Sukhumvit Soi 26

Bawarchi in Sukhumvit Soi 11 as well as Intercontinental Hotel in Ploenchit

Rang Mahal in Rembrandt Hotel sukhumvit soi 18 (THE BEST)

Indian Hut In Silom, Mahaesak (2nd Best)

Tandoor in Holiday Inn Silom

There are several others around the corners but these are one of the best ones in town. will keep you guys posted!! cheers

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I treat myself to the occasional gut buster at Indus Saturday Brunch. Good value for money, nice atmosphere and the food isn't too far removed from the curry house stuff back home. I've tried a few places around the Indra Square/Makkasan area and I wouldn't feed that slop to my dog.

http://www.indusbangkok.com/weekendbrunch.htm

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