Maya Restaurant and Bar
SET high on the rooftop of Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit is Maya Restaurant and Bar. This floating Indian dining venue offers breathtaking panoramic views of central Bangkok.
The restaurant divides into three unique concepts: Khāna is the modern restaurant area serving North-Indian cuisine; Sigāra is an intimate outdoor cigar lounge, and Bāra is an expansive bar serving Maya's signature cocktails with house DJ offering vibrant beats to the diners.
Signature dishes include Barra Champ, Salmon Tikka, Wasabi Chicken Tikka, Lobster Butter Masala and many more.
Maya Restaurant and Bar. 29th floor, Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit. 1 Sukhumvit 22, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110. 02 683 4888. www.mayathailand.com
FOUNDED in 1978, Akbar restaurant is considered one of the oldest, most reputable fine Indian, Pakistani and Arabic cuisine restaurants in Thailand. The popular dishes include Tandoori, Curry, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus and Halal food. The restaurant can accommodate up to 40 tables and is located near Nana Square shopping mall, only a walking distance from BTS station.
1/4 Sukhumvit Soi 2, Nana, Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 255 6935.
Amritsr Indian Restaurant
PRESENTING authentic Indian cuisine created by the Head Chef who has over 20 years of culinary experience in the finest restaurants serving Indian delicacies to diners around the world, Amritsr Indian restaurant is another must-visit for all Indian food enthusiasts.
On the menu are Mutton and Chicken Lacha Stuffed Kulcha, Mutton and Chicken Keema Kulcha, Chicken Achari Tikka Roll, Chicken Tandoori and Chicken Gilafi Seekh Kabab.
Soi Sukhumvit 22, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110. 02 066 2122.
RANG Mahal is indeed one of Bangkok's most glamorous Indian restaurants in Bangkok. Located on the rooftop of the Rembrandt Bangkok Hotel, the restaurant presents a grand and opulent setting decked with rich maroon drapes, gold-plated cutlery, traditional art and paintings.
Serving authentic Punjab and other Northern Indian dishes, the recommended menu includes the Punjabi samosas, paneer tikka badshahi with mint, tamarind or mango chutney dips. The main course comprises Roganjosh Kashmiri, Tikka Masala, Tandoori chicken, Mutton Awadh Korma and mutton Mughal style..
Rembrandt Hotel, 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Bangkok 10110. 02 261 7100.
Bawarchi Indian Restaurant
Opened in 1998, Bawarchi Indian Restaurant is one of the most reputable Indian chain restaurants in Bangkok. The extensive menu offers a wide variety of dishes including Tandoori Murgh - whole chicken marinated in fresh yoghurt mustard oil and garam masala then charred to perfection in the traditional tandoori. Kalmi Kebab - chicken drumsticks coated with aniseed and saffron, paired with walnut and raisin relish. Tandoori Jhinga – King prawns steeped in roasted mustard seeds and caraway flamed in the tandoor and served with pineapplechilli chutney. Also available is a selection of beers, wines, cocktails and mocktails.
4 Sukhumvit Rd, Phra Khanong Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 656 0102.
New Bukhara’s Indian Restaurant
WALKING into the New Bukhara’s Indian restaurant, guests are dazzled by the many beautiful and sophisticated Indian arts and culture strewn about on the walls and decorating the tables. New Bukhara’s Indian Restaurant exudes the air of sophistication offering an immediate impression of an authentic Indian dining scene in the midst of Bangkok.
Run by the same owner who operated Maharaja Indian restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 8 which closed down, the eatery is located in the thick of the tourist area on Nana Road. It is only a short walk from BTS Nana which makes it a perfect dining spot before embarking on an adventurous night out in the heart of Bangkok’s nightlife.
121 Sukhumvit Road, Between Soi 5-7, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok. 02 253 6265.
FROM the team responsible for Above Eleven, Soho’s Hospitality, Charcoal Tandoor steers away from the norm and emphasises ‘fun’ dining instead of ‘fine’ dining. Presenting a harmonious combination of century-old recipes and innovative mixology, Charcoal Tandoor brings classic cuisine to the modern metropolis. The menu focuses almost exclusively on tandoor-cooked kebabs superbly spiced and flavoured, complemented by old Delhi-inspired cocktails.
Located in one of downtown Bangkok’s most buzzing streets, the venue boosts an industrial aesthetic with a relaxed vibe that will hit the spot for anyone looking for a modern and fun Indian restaurant.
Fraser Suites Sukhumvit, Sukhumvit Road Soi 11, Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 0 38 5112.
IF you often find yourself looking for contemporary Indian cuisine at affordable rates, then Indus restaurant should be high onyour list.
Offering an incredible dining experience, the restaurant features a relaxed, family oriented atmosphere, where the wait staff will have you feeling at home within moments of entering the restaurant. With an array of carefully thought up dishes to match, the mix of authentic Indian flavours will arouse your senses and have you feeling invigorated.
Chef Anil’s passion for cooking shines through every dish, giving the customers a mouth watering dining experience. Set in a fancy house filled with exuberant art pieces in central Bangkok, their contemporary approach to traditional flavours is undoubtedly not to be missed.
71 Sukhumvit Soi, 26 Sukhumvit Road. Klongtoey Nua, Bangkok 10110. 02 258 4900.
All dishes are prepared using only traditional methods, everything on this Indian restaurant menu is vegetarian and is sure to take you on a journey to virtually visit just about every region of the country.
Offering the widest possible range of vegetarian food and complemented by lightning-fast service, Saras does justice to authentic delights of India.
15 Sukhumvit Soi 20, Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok
ESTABLISHED in 2009, Khana Khazana is on Sukhumvit Soi 11 with the second brand located on Pratunam Road. The Indian restaurant presents immaculate ambience with contemporary decorations.
Offering an array of North and South Indian favourites, Khana Khazana is located off the busy Sukhumvit Road. The restaurant offers many Indian delicacies including Biryani - aromatic rice cooked with spices with a choice of marinated meat. Momos - a variation of the traditional dim sum, native to the North Eastern states. Chole Bhature - a spiced, curried chickpea dish served with a fried flour bread. Kati Roll – a traditional street food popular in India and internationally served with a wrap of kebabs, eggs, vegetables and spices rolled into paratha and more.
Khana Khazana. 153, Sukhumvit Soi 11/1, Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok, 10110. 02 255 2289.
Himali Cha Cha Restaurant
Founded in 1979, Himali Cha Cha & Son is now run by the second-generation owner. There are three branches throughout Bangkok: the original branch is on Charoenkrung Soi 47/1, with the other two branches on Convent Road and Sukhumvit Soi 31.
Himali Cha Cha & Son restaurants aim to bring Indian delicacies to the adventurous diners of Bangkok and beyond. Dishes available include deep fried vegetable Pakoras, Tandoori Chicken, Tandoori Mint Chicken, Mutton Korma, Mutton Boti Depezia, Fish Kashmiri, Bengali Fish Curry and more.
The ambience in the restaurantpromotes relaxed and friendly atmosphere with friendly wait staff who are quite helpful.
No 6 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 259 6900.
418 Suriwong Road, Si Phraya, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500. 02 236 5672.
GAGGAN successfully reinvented Indian cuisine it has given him the No 1 title not only in Bangkok but throughout Asia. The two-times Michelin starred restaurant puts on a show around a brilliantly executed menu that charts around 25 emojis, turning every dish into a pleasant surprise. Gaggan is all about reinvention and creativity and will give your preconceived ideas of Indian food a 180 degrees turn.
Look for a white colonial house on a quiet street off Langsuan Road,and prepare to be surprised and delighted by the chef’s innovative molecular cuisine that has attracted food lovers from all over the world ever since its opening.
Mrs Balbir’s Indian Restaurant, 155/1-2 Sukhumvit Soi 1/1,Bangkok 10110. 02 651 0498.
A true veteran of 43 years, Mrs Balbir’s lets the food speak for itself. It is one of the first authentic Indian restaurants in Bangkok and is still one of the finest despite increasing competition.
With a total of nine branches, Mrs Balbir’s Indian Cuisine offers an array of delicious dishes including Masala Papadams (B100++) - Fried lentil cracker spread with small pieces of onions, tomatoes, fresh chillies, fresh coriander and a variety of spices. Tandoori Lamb Seekh Kebab (B420++) - Marinated minced lamb grilled in tandoor clay oven served with mint chutney. Tandoori Chicken (B360++) - Chicken on the bone marinated in yoghurt, ginger, garlic, lemon juice extract, spices, and roasted over charcoal in a tandoori oven. Served with mint yoghurt chutney. Paneer Tikka (B350++) – Chunky pieces of soft homemade paneer cheese marinated in tandoori masala and then grilled with vegetables from tandoor and more. The restaurants offer bright and modern decor with comfortable ambience and friendly and helpful wait staff.
THIS Indian eatery will convince even the most devout meat lovers with its great variety of vegetarian dishes. With an unusual menu, Shri Ganesha on Sukhumvit Soi 13 surprises and delights everyone going for the typical Indian food. Make sure to finish your meal with a cup of their signature creamy Madras coffee.
The stainless steel plates lined with banana leaves give the South- Indian space an authentic vibe and will satisfy anyone looking to experience something off the beaten path in the city’s dining scene.
Sukhumvit Soi 13, Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 086 820 5875.
Punjab Grill Bangkok
THE India-based Lite Bite Foods Pvt. Ltd., are the owners and operators of fine dining Indian cuisine under the name Punjab Grill Bangkok.
Masala Art Bangkok
A stylish Indian restaurant located on the second floor of the Eight Thonglor serves up an array of traditional northern Indian cuisine. Taking its name from the art of blending spices, Masala Art prides itself in its selection of masala mixes. The menu features the gamut of all the usual favourites dishes. Masala Art is in the heart of Bangkok’s chic street - Thonglor. The 75-seat contemporary restaurant offers up a laid-back and comfortable setting for all diners. Certainly a perfect stop for a filling meal before a fun night out in the bustling neighbourhood.
Signature dishes include Dahi Ke Kebab (B295++), Lal Mirch Ka Paneer Tikka (B325++), Barra Kebab (B575++), Chicken Rogani Tikka (B350++), Khushk Raan (B595++), Saag Paneer (B295++), Lamb Korma (B425++) and Butter Chicken (B350++). However, be adventurous and try everything!
88 Eight Thonglor, 2nd Floor, Sukhumvit 55 Road,Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 713 8357.
23/2-3 Sukhumvit 13, Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110. 02 645 4952.
Royal India Bangkok
BANGKOK offers some of the most excellent Indian restaurants including Royal India, located in Pahurat neighbourhood. This nondescript open-fronted restaurant is quite easy to find since it’s on the main road.
Royal India presents an array of home-style cooking with an abundance of cream and ghee in almost every menu. Serving
some of the most delicious Northern Indian menus, the small restaurant tends to be quite busy. The restaurant serves an array of Punjabi dishes, and one of the must-try menus include the chicken makhani with garlic naan.
392/1 Chakkaphet Road,Phahurat, Wangburapha,Bangkok. 02-2216565.