Savory food in a pleasant setting with great 26th-floor views of the city brings people back to this upscale Indian restaurant. The bindi do piaza (stir-fried onion and okra) is interesting, the rogunjosh kashmiri (mutton curry) is a hit, and the homemade naan breads are top-notch. The main dining room has Indian music, which can be loud to some ears, but there are also smaller rooms for a quieter meal. Take a jacket—the air-conditioning can be overpowering—and
ask for a window seat for a great view of the city.
Rembrandt Hotel, 19 Sukhumvit, Soi 18, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Feb 7, 2007
situated on the top floor of the Rembrandt Hotel providing real indian cuisine - usually live music and delightful service