From over-the-top fine dining at Punjab Grill to long-lost recipes at Indus.
This sleek and sultry restaurant pairs boldly spiced Indian-style kebabs with creative cocktails. The wonderfully flavorful meat from the tandoor is joined on the menu by other Indian classics like daal (stewed lentils) and phirini (rice pudding) that are no less authentic.
Chef Amit Kumar, who joined the team in 2017 as the new executive chef, has cooked in some of the best kitchens in India, including the Oberoi Gurgaon, The Roseate, and at the Amanbagh. Since 2016, Indus has been in collaboration with Dr. Pushpesh Pant—professor, author, TV show host, and one of India’s leading experts on Indian cuisine. Together with chef Amit, they have revived long-lost recipes that are extremely difficult to find.
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) and in Bangkok. Authentic yet modern, chef Bharath Bhat’s menu has creative touches, such as the avocado papdi chaat, a take on the classic Indian street-side snack with a taste of Mexico and the look of a California maki, alongside classics like chicken tikka and lamb chops cooked in real tandoori ovens.
We don’t just love Rang Mahal for chef Rajan Misra’s (with the restaurant for two decades) rich butter chicken, pillowy naan and other north Indian classics. No other Indian restaurant in Bangkok has the heritage or the views to match this ornately over-the-top hotel institution where the service is always impeccable.
Bangkok’s Indian dining scene is a fast-growing one, and Urban Tadka brings an authentic menu filled with South Indian classics to the mix. From Idlis to curries, they nail every dish with their commitment to freshness and flavour. Located in Sukhumvit, only a stone’s throw from several BTS stations, this restaurant is easily accessible and is set to be one of the most popular spots in the area.