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Had an excellent Chicken Tandoori Masala, chapati, rice and popadums at the Crossbar Suk Soi 23 the other night.

280 Baht all in.

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Had an excellent Chicken Tandoori Masala, chapati, rice and popadums at the Crossbar Suk Soi 23 the other night.

280 Baht all in.

For the money, it isn't bad value i admit, but i find it a little disappointing that proper Indian pilau rice isn't used - think that is what they call it, the yellowish aromatic stuff - as i do feel Indian food is not the same without it. It comes served with ordinary Thai rice and not a particularly generous serving, which seems strange considering that is the cheapest component of the set.

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I remember .ow.....I swapped the rice for chips.

Well I am Scottish after all. :D

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I remember .ow.....I swapped the rice for chips.

Well I am Scottish after all. biggrin.png

Deary me mate.. did you also have those traditional, clay-oven baked chunks of succulent prime chicken, tenderly cooked to perfection after hours of marination, thrown into the deep fat fryer?

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I've just finished another portion of the masala chicken.

Next time I will just ask for two chapatis. :D

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I think you mean Himali Cha Cha

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Goto Silom soi 11

Walk down like 20 feet, there's an awesome Bangladesh place on your left great grub and dirt cheap!

The veg thali was a veritable insult for 180.B, disgusting garbage. The lassi was ok for 40B though.

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Goto Silom soi 11

Walk down like 20 feet, there's an awesome Bangladesh place on your left great grub and dirt cheap!

The veg thali was a veritable insult for 180.B, disgusting garbage. The lassi was ok for 40B though.

Some might call it a vegitable insult.

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Royal India the emporium 5th floor place has changed it menu, now 315B for veg thali, 482B with lassi, but i have to say its an improvement, quite excellent, only would say the paneer was a touch salty perhaps, they took away the raita yogurt which would have been perfect, and the desert orange colored cake in syrop could do with a change, but i do still like it. Unfortunately though 482B is overpriced IMO, wont be able to eat there so often, problem is the service charge and tax in the food area is an additional 60 or more baht.

There is a Royal India at Paragon, but doesn't appear to have the same menu. Ate there once long ago, terrible and over priced.

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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?

Dosa King is awesome. Pretty sure it is veg only. I go everytime I'm in BKK and either order Mangalore Masala or regular Masala. Have not found good Dosai or Sambar home in Chiang Mai.

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