Thailand has lately become a popular destination for Indian tourists. With this rise in the number of tourists from India, substantially the number of Indian restaurants both big and small, also increased. Here is a look at most famous Indian restaurants in Thailand. Whether your deciding between wine, whiskey, or something a little more exciting. Mama Lion has it all. Koreatown bar expert mixologists have designed a variety of speciality cocktails and there’s never a shortage of champagne.

Indian Restaurants in Thailand

Indian Restaurants in Bangkok

Blachui’s Bangkok
5-7 Sawasdee Welcome Inn, Soi Rongmai Pranakhorn, Bangkok

This restaurant located on Khao San Road serves pure vegetarian Indian food with a mix of North and South Indian dishes. The service is great and rates are average. A Thali costs about 120 Thai Bahts(THB). The menu is small thus reflecting that the food would be freshly cooked. For an A la carte menu try starters such as Aloo Tikki & Masala Papad and for main course try curries Vegetable Kofta, although for people looking a place to stay a lodge located in the Borneo Rainforest is perfect for this.

Sri Ganesh Restaurant
19/13-14, Sukhumvit Suites, Sukhumvit Soi 13, Khlongtoei Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok

If you want to get as taste of South Indian food in Bangkok, try this restaurant. The presentation of food is top notch and a favorite restaurant among the South Indian expats. It serves only pure vegetarian food.

Rang Mahal
19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Toei, 26th floor of Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok

The Indian redland bay is a high class restaurant is located on the 26th floor of Rembrandt Hotel. The night view of Bangkok is very enjoyable from this restaurant and the live Indian music is played here on most of the nights adds to the aura. Serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is a must try for meat lovers. The rates are on the expensive side THB 995 and THB 1195 for vegetarian and non-vegetarian set menu. An advanced reservation is suggestible.

Masala Mantra
297/438 Nara place, Sathupradit 19 ,Narathiwas 24, Yannawa, Near Max Value Shop and Bangkok Garden Condominium, Bangkok

The food here will take you into a gastronomic delight and no doubt you will visit this restaurant again and again during your stay in Bangkok. The friendly service is an added bonus. For veggie try Bhindi Masala and for non-veggie try out Murg Malai Kebab. The rates are average.

Dosa King
153/7, Sukhumvit Road, Soi-11/1 | Express entrance from Soi-11 next to 7eleven, Bangkok

Going by the name, this restaurants is really a king in serving dosas. The taste is beyond expectation. It also serves North Indian food, but give it a skip and stick to dosas here.

Sukhumvit Soi 20 (Near Windsor Hotel), Bangkok

Its a pure vegetarian restaurant and upon request serves Jain food too. The menu is big – chaat, Chinese, set meals, South Indian, sweets, tandoori and Thai. Skip everything and try the chat and sweets. It’s a self service restaurant.

981 Silom Road,Bang Rak, 6th Floor Holiday Inn Silom, Bangkok

It’s the best restaurant in Bangkok that serves Tandoor dishes at its best. Located on the 6th floor of Holiday Inn Silom, this is one of the most famous restaurant for not only Indians but also foreigners. The menu has a great variety of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.The Mediterranean Dish is also a good choice for non-vegetarian.

68/1 Soi Langsuan Ploenchit Road, Bangkok

Located in a wooden colonial styled house in the downtown of Bangkok, Gaggan is one of its kind. The food will blow your mind but it will also blow your wallets. One of the top 50 restaurants in Asia.

Indian Restaurants in other locations of Thailand
  • Alladin : 194/7-8 2nd Road, South Pattaya, Chounburi
  • Ali Baba Tandoori : 1/13-14 Pattaya Klang Road, Opposite Nova Lodge Hotel
  • Le Taj : 80/6 Thaweewongse Road, Patong Beach
  • Navrang Mahal : 58/11 Bangla Road, Soi Patong
  • Royal Tandoor : 194/4, Ao Nang, Opposite Baanlay Banglow, Beach Road
  • Taj Palace – 111 Moo 2, 4203 Road, Ao Nang, Mueang Krabi
Koh Samui
  • Curry Pot : Moo 2, Chaweng Choengmon Road, Surat Thani
Chiang Mai
  • Indian : 27/3 Moonmuang Road, Soi 9

Disclaimer – The restaurant listed above are listed by our own intent and not sponsored by any entity. The rates are per person and as of April 2014.
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Indian Restaurants in Thailand

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