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Bangkok’s best Indian Sunday brunches
While Sunday brunch at the city’s fanciest hotels costs around B3,000 per head, some of those same places have amazing deals on the city’s best Indian food—and often for under B1,000 per person. Here’s where.

By BK staff | Aug 29, 2017

  • Bangkok’s best Indian Sunday brunches
    Punjab Grill

See also: Where Bangkok's Indian community really eats Indian food


Rang Mahal

The price: B990
The Sunday brunch (11am-2:30pm) features a buffet line of classic options, including grilled paneer (cottage cheese) and the meaty murgh khurchan (shredded chicken cooked with onion and tomato gravy, spiced with green cardamon). Rang Mahal also does some of the best kebabs in town, and all with stunning views over the city.
26/F, Rembrandt Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 18, 02-261-7100. Open daily 5-11:30pm, Sun 11am-2:30pm
 

Indus

The price: B755
Time has done nothing to rub the sparkle off this long-established Indian food favorite. The beautifully converted residential location feels both relaxed and special, but while the restaurant has been going down a more fine-dining path with set menus, the brunch (11:30am-3pm)  remains one of the finest weekend spreads in town, serving all-you-can-eat a la carte curries and other delicacies. 
71 Sukhumvit Soi 26, 02-258-4900. Open daily 11:30am-2:30pm, 6pm-12am. BTS Phrom Phong
 

Punjab Grill

The price: B1,000 (B1,600 with free-flow sparkling, wine and beer)
Fine-dining Indian restaurant group Punjab Grill has a dozen venues in India, plus locations in Abu Dhabi, Singapore (where it’s been hailed as one of the city’s greatest restaurants by SG Magazine and CNNGo) and in Bangkok. Sunday brunch (12-3pm) features a parade of chaat, lassi, chole bhature (fried bread with spicy chickpeas), dal makhani (spicy lentils and red kidney beans) and chicken dum biryani (rice with chicken) alongside a live carving station and grill and tawa (frying pan) counter.
G/F, Radisson Suites, 23/2-3 Sukhumvit Soi 23, 02-645-4952. Open daily 6-11:30pm, Sun 12-3pm
 

Charcoal

The price: B999 (B1,999 including free-flow prosecco) 
The all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch (12-3pm) starts out with a welcome glass of prosecco and unlimited a la carte options, including murgh malai kebab, gosht dum biryani, dal and hot garlic naan. 
5/F, Fraser Suites Hotel, 38/8 Sukhumvit Soi 11, 089-307-1111. Open daily 6-11:45pm, Sun 12-2:45pm
 

The Great Kabab Factory

The price: B500 (vegetarian), B600 (non-vegetarian)
At this Indian franchise, the chef creates a daily-rotating set menu comprising mostly Indian kebabs, which you can tuck into all-you-can-eat style. At brunch (daily 11am-3pm) you don’t have to order or go get your food from a buffet line. Unlimited appetizers include nadru ki tikki (flat dumpling made of minced lotus stem and spices) and murgh malai tikka (chicken with cheese and cream), while main courses feature methi paneer (cottage cheese cooked with fenugreek gravy, butter chicken). 
L/F, Majestic Grande Hotel, 12 Sukhumvit Soi 2, 02-262-2999. BTS Nana. Open daily 11am-11pm
 

Maya

The price: B800 (B1,200 includes soft drinks, wine and beer) 
Indian restaurant Maya sits on a striking cantilevered structure on the 29/F of the Holiday Inn Sukhumvit 22. The Sunday brunch (11:30am-3pm) includes a full buffet line of biryanis, curries, and kebabs also for vegetarians.  
29/F, Holiday Inn Bangkok, Sukhumvit Soi 22, 02-683-4888. Open daily 5pm-1am, Sun 11:30am-3pm
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