Best Indian Restaurant Finds in Bangkok That You Can Visit
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Here Are the Best Indian Restaurant Finds in Bangkok That You Should Visit

Where to Find the Best Indian Restaurants in Bangkok

In a locale dominated by Pad Thai and Phat Kaprao, several restaurants boldly introduce the delectable flavours of India. With a range of curries and diverse rice dishes infused with aromatic spices, Indian restaurants not only satisfy your immediate Indian food cravings but also bring novel interpretations and innovations to elevate your dining experience.

If you're up for the fun, check out these specially curated restaurants you can add to your list of must-visit restaurants around Bangkok.

Gaggan Anand Restaurant

Gaggan Anand Restaurant
Photo by Gaggan Anand Restaurant

Owned by multi-awarded chef Ganggan Anand, this restaurant takes pride in its creations so much so that it has ranked in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2023 and Asia's 50 Best Restaurants in 2023. Indulge in a flavourful journey with their playful Indian dishes, served creatively along its post-industrial interior place. This Indian restaurant of the same name as its owner does not only focus on the taste but also the overall experience of their customers.

Location: Gaggan Anand Restaurant, 68 Sukhumvit 31, Sukhumvit Rd, Klongton-Neu, Wattana, Bangkok


Photo by Amritsr

Amritsr brings you right into the heart of India with their traditional chefs serving one of the most authentic Indian cuisines in the city. The restaurant takes pride in its sophisticated and vibrant place, offering customers food that truly tastes like home at the right price. Whether you’re eating solo or with a group, the restaurant has a wide range of dishes on the menu, including a buffet and an à la carte menu, guaranteeing a delightful explosion of flavours.

Location: Amritsr, 26/13, Eleven Bangkok, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Next to Holiday Inn Express, Khlong Toei, Bangkok


Photo by Haoma

Bringing in a new taste of India in the concrete jungle of Bangkok, Haoma is the brainchild of chef Deepanker Khosla, who introduced a sustainable and neo-Indian way of dining that earned him a green Michelin star. With a rich history and background in cooking, chef DK successfully found his own flavour to bring guests on a culinary journey from the east to the west.

Serving an inclusive set of menus with meat and seafood choices, guests can get a taste of Haoma’s homegrown ingredients added to their food, which contains the rich culinary history of India modernised through the eyes of chef DK.

Location: Haoma Bangkok, 231, 3 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok


Photo by Indus

Indus has been delighting patrons with authentic Mughalai-style Indian cuisine since 2005 through its commitment to serving quality food. Apart from offering a fresh and vibrant spot to eat, the restaurant also transports diners back to the 1960s, where they can savour a blend of spices within a carefully curated artistic setting tailored for a sophisticated dining experience.

Location: Indus Bangkok, #71, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Klong Toey, Bangkok

Punjab Grill

Punjab Grill
Photo by Punjab Grill

Taking the name of the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan, this Indian restaurant in Bangkok serves dishes with a modern and contemporary twist. It offers new flavours made with the freshest ingredients, including morels that come from the foothills of the Himalayas in Kashmir.

Punjab Grill takes their rightful place as one of the best Indian restaurants in the city, as it's headed by chefs with years of experience in offering Michelin-standard cuisine.

Location: Punjab Grill, 23/2-3 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok

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