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Travel Directory > Restaurants and Bars > Thai > Bangkok

Thai Restaurants and Bars in Bangkok

Address: 1/4 Nana Nua, Sukhumvit Soi 3  Bangkok
Tel: 02-255-6935, 02-253-3479
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With 20 years of service under its belt, Akbar's in one of the most established restaurants in Bangkok. What drives its popularity is a reputation for good food at a reasonable price. Given its location (next to Bangkok's 'Arab quarter') and the fact it caters to many visitors to Thailand, Akbar's features some diverse cuisine. Arabic, Bangladeshi, Pakistani and vegetarian dishes are on the menu, as are the more usual Indian Tikkas, Tandoori and Korma dishes. Local and imported beers and spirits are available as well as a small selection of wines. The nearest BTS is Nana and to get there turn right at the crossroads of Sukhumvit Soi 4 and Sukhumvit Road. The restaurant is on your left as you walk way from Sukhumvit.

Address: Soi 3/1, Suan Lum Night Barzaar, Rama IV Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2251-6920
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Bawarchi which means a chef in Indian language has two large dining outlets,one in Sukhumvit Soi 3/1 and the other at Suan Lum night bazaar. This restaurant in Suan Lum truly renders Indian ambience as you step in magnanimous eatery. The specialties are mutton kebabs, mixed grill platter, chicken tikka masala, spinach with chicken, mutton rogan josh, malai kofta in thick gravy, chana masala and lentils. The assorted breads cover plain, garlic and mint nans.

Bukhara's Indian Restaurant
Address: Sukhumvit Soi 1 - Soi 20  Shop no 121 next to soi 7  Sukhumvit Rd (Opp First Pacific Place)  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2253-6265,0-2253-7957
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Bukhara's Indian Restaurant offers meat-based and vegetarian North Indian cuisine in an attractive environment. The menu includes a range of Tandoori dishes alongside excellent curries, Nan breads and Rotis. Friendly and efficient staff make Bukhara's an excellent place for an Indian meal. Dishes range in price from 50 Baht to 260 Baht and a small bottle of locally brewed beer costs 75 Baht. To get there get off the BTS at Nana and cross the street. Bukhara's is near the footbridge directly opposite First Pacific Place.

Himalayan Kitchen
Address: House 1 Khao San Road  2nd Floor  Banglumphoo  Bangkok  10200
Tel: 0-2629-2271
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Himalayan Kitchen offers Indian, Nepalese and Tibetan food alongside a few continental dishes on Khao San Road - Bangkok's leading budget tourist destination. Vegetable Thali costs around 150 Baht and meat Thali around 180 Baht. Soft drinks and alcoholic drinks available - 100 Baht for a large beer, 60 baht for a small beer. A good view of Khao San Road. Very much worth a visit if you are in the area.

Himali Cha Cha
Address: Soi 47/1, Charoenkrung Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2235-1569, 0-2630-6358
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This restaurant is steeped in history and alongside Mrs. Balbir's Indian Restaurant is extremely popular amongst Indian food lovers. During his early career its founder cooked for Lord Mountbatten of India and this set him off on a career catering for some very influential people (including Indian Ambassadors). He opened Himali Cha Cha in the 80s and it has since become a key destination for those looking for the pinnacle in Indian fare. Everything on the menu is cooked to perfection and worthy of note. The restaurant has a fully stocked bar with local and foreign beer and spirits, as well as a reasonable wine list.

Mrs. Balbir's Indian Restaurant
Address: Sukhumvit Soi 11  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2651-0498, 0-2651-3565
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A firm favourite of many longer-term residents of Bangkok, Mrs. Balbir's Indian Restaurant has become ubiquitous with Indian food in the Capital. Aside from its wonderful food, the restaurant's fame is also driven by its high profile owner who organizes countless courses in Indian cooking around the country and also appears on television in her own cooking programme. The Chicken Vindaloo is especially good. Prices are moderate given the quality of the food. Nan breads cost 30-40 Baht, Tandoori Chicken 250 Baht and a Mixed Vegetable Curry comes in at 90 Baht. Locally brewed beers cost 120 Baht per bottle and Gin and Tonic costs 150 Baht. The nearest BTS station is Nana.

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