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BANGKOK 25 March 2019 15:28
IsaanRick

Where Is Everybody’s Favourite Place To Eat Indian Food In Thailand?

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I have tried many places to eat Indian food in Thailand & unfortunately most I have been to are not the same as a good BIR British Indian Restaurant/Takeaway!

I would recommend trying the

Royal India
Phahurat Branch
392/1, Chakraphet Road, Phahurat
Near Sapanhan, Bangkok 10200

I would say they are more authentic Indian food than BIR but it was still a very enjoyable meal & has a really nice clean air con restaurant.

Where are you favorite places & why?

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Nobody seems to care enough for us expats that live down here in lower Isaan.

Short of popping over the Cambodian border to Siem Reap where there is a plethora of Indian restaurants (some very mediocre) we have to make do with those that are sold for home consumption. Nookie Bear provides a few along with his other wares, whilst we are fortunate perhaps to have Little India curries produced in Surin.

The late Martin from Farang Connection offered a few on his menu, but I think they are no longer available.

Maybe one day someone will open an Indian around thse parts

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Nobody seems to care enough for us expats that live down here in lower Isaan.

Short of popping over the Cambodian border to Siem Reap where there is a plethora of Indian restaurants (some very mediocre) we have to make do with those that are sold for home consumption. Nookie Bear provides a few along with his other wares, whilst we are fortunate perhaps to have Little India curries produced in Surin.

The late Martin from Farang Connection offered a few on his menu, but I think they are no longer available.

Maybe one day someone will open an Indian around thse parts

Which is the best one in Siem Reap? other members that are going there for a holiday might be interested?

Cheers

IsaanRick

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Nobody seems to care enough for us expats that live down here in lower Isaan.

Short of popping over the Cambodian border to Siem Reap where there is a plethora of Indian restaurants (some very mediocre) we have to make do with those that are sold for home consumption. Nookie Bear provides a few along with his other wares, whilst we are fortunate perhaps to have Little India curries produced in Surin.

The late Martin from Farang Connection offered a few on his menu, but I think they are no longer available.

Maybe one day someone will open an Indian around thse parts

Which is the best one in Siem Reap? other members that are going there for a holiday might be interested?

Cheers

IsaanRick

It's all down to personal taste I suppose, but having tried many in Siem Reap, my vote goes to Dakshins.

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Do we really need yet another "where is the best Indian Restaurant in Bangkok" Thread?

It's been done to death - do a Search.

Patrick

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Do we really need yet another "where is the best Indian Restaurant in Bangkok" Thread?

It's been done to death - do a Search.

Patrick

It does not say in the title "where is the best Indian Restaurant in Bangkok" it says ''where is every-bodies favorite place to eat Indian food in Thailand?

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Alibaba in Pattaya (which I went to years ago) was/is the only Indian restaurant I have been in that did not have a TV on with Thai soap operas.

I frimly believe a television has no place in any restaurant!

Any recommendations for good no TV restaurasnts?

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Alibaba in Pattaya (which I went to years ago) was/is the only Indian restaurant I have been in that did not have a TV on with Thai soap operas.

I frimly believe a television has no place in any restaurant!

Any recommendations for good no TV restaurasnts?

Ive never tried that place i will give it a go next time I'm in Pattaya.

The point you were making about the TV reminds me of back in the day when we used to sit down for Sunday dinner & my dad was always going mental about turning the TV off while we eat biggrin.png

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In Phuket, I would recommend the Royal Tandoor in Patong. Service is always good, food tasty and lots of it. The only negative is that they seem to be scared to make the food spicy - even extra spicy seems mild to my taste.

My favourite in Bangkok is probably a bit predictable, but I cannot fault the Rang Mahal at the top of the Rembrandt Hotel. The service is good and attentive, and the food is exquisite. They have a set menu that is just course after course of wonderful Indian food. The only problem for me is that the set menu is far too much food for one person - I am unsure if they would allow two people to share a set menu for one. Anyone know?

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In Phuket, I would recommend the Royal Tandoor in Patong. Service is always good, food tasty and lots of it. The only negative is that they seem to be scared to make the food spicy - even extra spicy seems mild to my taste.

My favourite in Bangkok is probably a bit predictable, but I cannot fault the Rang Mahal at the top of the Rembrandt Hotel. The service is good and attentive, and the food is exquisite. They have a set menu that is just course after course of wonderful Indian food. The only problem for me is that the set menu is far too much food for one person - I am unsure if they would allow two people to share a set menu for one. Anyone know?

Don't like going to Bangkok, but if a visit to Rang Mahal is as good as you say, it will take away some of my hatred for the metropolis.

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