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

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Please stop talking here , I getting very HUNGRY here so more I read..

But now the best question, why indean food makes more diarrhea , then thaifood?

I belive not the spice itself, it's the not presented clean less in the kitchen

I have a friend , he is very straight!

Before he eat in a restaurant he walk direct in the kitchen without knocking the door, and inspect everything

If it's not his understanding of hygienic he leave the restaurant !

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Tumeric , known in Thailand by its genre name of "cumin" ( that is pronounced cumin and not coomin) is available in abundance here in Thailand. Every time a monk is ordained they use loads of it.

You can get them whole and grate them yourself. No worries about quality or any other added powders then.

Aren't Tumeric and Cumin two entirely different things?

Yes.

Tumeric is "camin" in Thai. Cumin in "yira".

Can lead to some confusion.

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There are 2 restaurants in Bangkok, that I've found to be consistent in quality and taste on repeated visits.

Price-wise, pretty reasonable too.

- Hot Curry, Sukhumvit Soi 20

- Bawarchi, Sukhumvit Soi 11

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Try Southern Indian food for a change. Mostly (entirely? can't remember) vegetarian, but vegetarian makes a nice change too unless you are one of the many British meataholics. I'm no veggie type myself, but can happily take a break.

Anyway I digress:

Dosa King - Sukhumvit soi 11 in Bangkok (only 50 metres from Tha Sukhumvit)

Dhabar - Second Raod in Pattaya (opposite Central Shopping mall)

Both authentic and very tasty food. Both will have more Indian diners than westerners, which is usually the acid test on authenticity. Dhabar has no real atmosphere (shop front style). Dosa King is ok/standard on atmosphere. I eat Indian for the food not atmosphere, as every Thai I met does not like Thai and will not accompany me if they are acquainted with the food style. Dosa King is a bit cheaper than Dhabar.

Your standard entry level dish to try out southern Indian is a masala dosa - a curried spicy potato filling inside a very large crispy folded over pancake; may not sound up to much but totally delicious.

Cheapest Dosa in Thailand is at a stall in the food court on the third floor of the Indra Square wholesale clothing/fashion market in Pratunam. 100 baht - nowhere near as good as the above two, but a tasty alternative snack-on-the-go nonetheless.

60 years a curry eater!

Loads of great Indian restaurants in the UK of course. I like "East" in Pudsey, West Yorkshire. Similar to but better than the famous "Akbars" in Bradford. Chutney Mary on the Kings Road in Chelsea (I'm a gooner so have to wash my mouth out after using that wordbiggrin.png ) was my favourite in London, but loads of good cheaper places in Tooting and Southall. Brick Lane is good but not good value now.

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I still reckon Indus on Suk Soi 26 does the best deal in town with their weekend brunch. I usually leave there feeling I'm about to give birth. Although the price has crept up a bit now into the 600s and they've changed the menu slightly it's still my once a month gut bash treat. Nice laid back atmosphere as well and attentive staff.

http://www.indusbangkok.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/6-Indus-Weekend-Brunch-Menu.pdf

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Went to Indian Hut on Suriwongse once and was impressed. Mrs Balbur's was decent too.

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I add my support for DOSA KING Suk 11 (All Veg).

Try the Mangalore Masala Dosa.

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I add my support for DOSA KING Suk 11 (All Veg).

Try the Mangalore Masala Dosa.

I love their dosas...very light...the veg curries I was less impressed with though....two dosas is great there...and cheap!

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Nice. I have not tried the curries but love the disas also.

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having enjoyed the first order from little india this is the second week of the second one,today onion bhaji with a mint riata,

chicken curry madras and garlic and coriander nan,well rick from mrs meat and me your making an old man happysmile.png

now for a few cans of thatchers premium gold cider.

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Agreed Royal India. Good menu and thali, correct flavours for North Indian food, real authentic looking kitchen. Good tea. Priced at what it's worth. I've been to so many but none could match this because of it's reputation, actually some of the other places in the surrounding alleyways are quite good for South Indian meals. Also in the same alleyways is the only proper Burmese curry and rice foodcart I've ever seen here. Really the only area to get proper Indian anything in Thailand, however Phitsanolouk has an interesting, if limited, Pakistani heritage. Anyone know of anything up there?

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I want to find good India restaurant as well but I'm in Chiangmai ,anybody knows is Chiangmai got good India food?

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Hiya all if  anyone is near Udon Thani then a Place called JB Guest House and Sports Bar just outside Udon Thani City Centre is theeee place to go for a Good British Indian Curry (BIR).At the moment they have Chicken Curry,Chicken Madras and Chicken Vindaloo for 195 THB including rice.They also have British Plain Pompadoms and the Currys really are the Genuine article.I know that their Menu is going to be added to soon with Chicken Bhuna,Chicken Pathia and British Style Onion Bhajis.They can also make any Curry Super Spicy if that is Your thing.As I said this place is also a Guest House with a nice Swimming Pool which is handy as their Curry is worth Travelling for.

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Best place for me Le spice in night market Chiang Mai 10 times better then india food in the south also have great thai food and low price


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