Haoma, one of Bangkok’s best Indian fine dining spots, is using their renovation downtime for a little Phuket vacation at the Avista Hideaway Phuket Patong. 

From Mar 18-Apr 15, Chef Deepanker Khosla, formerly of Charcoal Tandoor Grill and Mixology, will be taking their Michelin-star power to the tented rooftop of Tambu Indian restaurant at M Gallery hotel for a one month residency. Afterward, Haoma will reopen at its old location north of Sukhumvit Soi 31 on April 20. 
The new residency at Avista Hideaway Phuket Patong will feature a 10 courses at B4,990, showcasing Chef DK’s neo-Indian chops with highlights that include local Phuket lobster, 36 hour cooked Madras curry crab, and an interpretation of chicken kakori kebab. Veggie options are available, as well as a beverage pairing. 
As well as Michelin distinction and coming in at No. 8 in BK Magazine’s Top Tables 2022, Haoma’s dedication to sustainability and novelty have made it a go-to stop for Indian fine dining in Bangkok. The green space and zero-waste philosophy of Haoma will make this venue an exciting space to both see and taste when they come home.
Tambu Indian, 39, 9 Muen-Ngern Rd., Patong, Phuket, 076 681 681. Mar 18 - Apr 15, Tue-Sun 5:30-11pm.