Dining fit for a king at the Rembrandt Hotel’s award-winning Indian restaurant
Traditionally Rang Mahal, meaning the ‘palace of colours’, was a place of pleasure and banqueting for Indian kings, where only the best of Indian cuisines, wines and music were provided. Epitomising the grandeur and lavish lifestyle of the Indian Maharajas, Rang Mahal at The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok stays true to its name in every way.
With chefs flown in from India using recipes that are thousands of years old, authenticity is at the very core of Rang Mahal. Dishes range from across North India and include halaal items, dishes made without onion and garlic, as well as choices of home cooked food made with less oil and masala.
Rang Mahal offers two menus: an a la carte menu served daily during dinner hours; and a weekly Sunday brunch buffet.
The a la carte menu includes a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, as well as three set menus (ranging from B995++ - B1,295++) that allow guests to try a variety of Indian flavours.
The Sunday brunch also offers an extensive and wide variety of dishes including: Indian appetizers, continental salads, a live Indian kebab station, a carving station, Indian street food, several South Indian dishes, curries and breads, Indian and international desserts with egg-free options, as well as Indian drinks and fresh juices. Priced at B850++ per person with kids below the age of 6 eating for free and kids aged 6-12 charged at half price.
Rang Mahal has several signature dishes that have proved to be perennial favourites with guests, including: Kathi Kebab; Salt Crusted Whole Sea Bass; Pao Bhaji; Masala Dosa; Murgh Tikka Masala; Rogan Josh Kashmiri; Daal Rang Mahal; Gulab Jamun; Sweet Lassi; Salted Lassi; and of course, Masala Chai Tea.
From the moment you walk in you are immersed in tradition. The lavish décor takes you on a journey to India with intricate Jharokha, or windows, and choice tapestries interspersed along the walls. To add to its beauty and decadence, the full-length windows offer exquisite city views from 26 floors up. Live Indian music is played from 12pm-2.30pm on Sundays and 7pm-11pm during dinner hours, filling the restaurant with ebullience and high spirit.
Valet and private parking is available. Parking is free of charge for guests visiting any of the hotel’s restaurants or attending any of the events.
Dress code No short pants, sleeveless t-shirts, vests, slippers or flip flops allowed during dinner but trousers are kept at reception for guests wearing short pants. Casual dress is allowed during Sunday brunch.
Dinner is served daily from 6pm-11.30pm. The Sunday brunch buffet is available from 11am-2.30pm.
Rang Mahal, The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok, 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18. 02 261 7100 ext 7532. rembrandtbkk.com
For exclusive private bookings during lunch hours on week days contact Rang Mahal at firstname.lastname@example.org