This smartly laid out Indian restaurant is located close to Bali Hai Pier and has been in business since 2014.
It has 15 staff employed, all of whom are exceptionally polite and courteous when dealing with their customers. They have been trained in their specific roles, so the chefs offer a lot of expertise, meaning the customer benefits from delicious food.
It is in an ideal location for attracting people from Walking Street, being situated on the perimeter of Pattaya’s busiest and most famous tourist attraction.
The first thing that is noticeable is the sheer size of the premises. It is open sided offering you the opportunity to look in before you decide to go in or not.
It is unlike most restaurants you will come across in Pattaya, for it resembles a large hotel lobby, with sofa seating providing much of the comfort. It can cater for 80 plus diners or people simply wishing to enjoy a beverage.
The exterior features a fair bit of greenery in the form of plants and there is a line of stools situated at a bench type table, where customers can sit and enjoy the views along Walking Street.
The restaurant is incredibly spacious with a lot of floor space for customers to pass by without disturbing others, who may be enjoy a romantic meal.
Indian And Thai Cuisine
They menu is extensive and varied with a good selection for all courses. The soups for instances has Chicken Hot and Sour, Egg or Fish Soup and as expected in an Indian venue, they are thick with vegetables and assorted ingredients, making them more of a main course.
The salads are similar as far as quantity on the plate is concerned. They offer many options including Russian, Mixed Vegetable, Fruit or Chicken.
There are a number of snacks or light bites such as Spring Rolls, Cheese Fries, Aloo Samosa and Vegetable Pakora. Staying with the light bite theme, you can select Chicken Legs, Chicken Tikka or Fried Prawns to name but a few other snack items.
For vegetarians they have you covered too. Dal Tadka, Chana Masala, Aloo Jeera, Matter Paneer or Palak Pancer plus many more are on this bill of fare.
The main courses offer all the expected dishes which are popular in Indian restaurants. With Chicken Masala, Madras, Tikka, Korma, Kadhai, Vindaloo and Curry all being there. They offer similar options for Mutton and Fish.
To accompany your main course they have a number of yogurts, breads and rices.
What About The Drinks
Once again, their selection is substantial with Chang draught being on offer. You can actually order a three litre tower for sharing. Bottled beers, spirits, wines and soft drinks are there for you too.
For something different you could try a tasty Oreo, Toblerone, Vanilla, Chocolate, Hazelnut, Mango, Kiwi or Banana Shake. They have many more tantalising flavours if none of the above take your fancy.
For coffee drinkers, how about a Latte, Cappuccino, Mocha, Espresso or Black. Maybe a Hot Chocolate would suffice or a hot cup of tea.
Looks like they can cater for anyone’s taste at the bar too.
A genuine pleasant setting with good quality Indian food, all the top brands from the bar and you can even purchase your meal as a take away.
The staff stand well back from the diners but are attentive and will come over immediately when called. Services here is exceptionally good.
Well worth checking this restaurant out.