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Digest 6 Indian Restaurants To Check Out From Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants 2018

6 Indian Restaurants To Check Out From Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants 2018

6 Indian Restaurants To Check Out From Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants 2018
By Mika Apichatsakol
July 21, 2018
The Indian restaurants in Bangkok that made it to our longstanding food guide this year


Full of rich flavours and those phenomenal spices, Indian is truly one of the most magnificent cuisines in the world. Lucky for a multicultural city like Bangkok, there are plenty of places around where you can get a taste of real, authetic and even regional Indian food. However, if you're looking for something a little more special and upscale to the great home kitchens you frequent in the Silom area, here are the six conceptual Indian restaurants that made our Thailand Tatler Best Restaurant Guide this year:

1. Gaggan


Gaggan's innovative to abstract take on Indian cuisine needs no introduction. Always on the top of restaurant lists, year after year, if you haven't ever made reservations at this waiting-list only place, you know what's left to do. Read full review here.

2. Punjab Grill


Serving traditional Northwestern Indian food in classy contemporary settings, Punjab Grill at the Radisson Suites Bangkok scored a high 88/100 in our guide. Read full review here.

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3. Charcoal


From its name it's evident that Charcoal isn't afraid to modernise the concept of an Indian restaurant. Here you'll encounter familiar flavours reinvented and cool service and atmosphere. Read full review here. 

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4. Indus


A well-known Indian restaurant in Sukhumvit Soi 26, Indus takes you on a gastronomic journey to the Indus Valley region of northwestern India through Anil Kaswer Singh's culinary direction and sustainable produce from the restaurant's own farm. Read full review here. 

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5. Rang Mahal


Love Indian food and rooftop views? Enjoy the best of both worlds at the famed Rang Mahal restaurant on the 26th floor of the Rembrandt hotel. Settings are so classy with traditional Indian tableware, and there's also a notecard for you to request songs with the resident musicians. Read full review here. 

6. Masala Art


Using 40 different spices in their dishes and taking pride in homemade ingredients, Masala Art's approach on Indian cuisine is intricate and dedicated. Read full review here. 

(See also: 13 Best Japanese Restaurants In Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants 2018)


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