At the time of writing, this Indian restaurant is one of the new kids on the block, having opened in October 2017. It is owned by Sahil, who is also new to the city, arriving shortly before the grand opening. The six full time staff, can serve over 70 diners in this modern and hygienic setting. It is located on Second Road, basically adjacent to Walking Street, making it idea for anyone travelling by baht bus from anywhere in the city to get to.
The decor throughout this premises leans towards a light brown colour scheme, with darker tables and chairs. Lighter tan marble tiles provide the floor covering in what is a very nice environment to have a meal.
There is seating outside, and indoors there are two levels to the building, offering a variety of settings for customers. Even the toilet facilities here are modern and clean, which is refreshing.
Sahil advertises that the restaurant serves 100% pure Indian food on the large sign as you approach the venue. There is a board that features images of the cuisine before you enter, which shows a range of tasty looking dishes from the nation of India.
Like all Indian restaurants, they have a substantial vegetarian selection on their bill of fare, ensuring they attract people from all walks of life and different tastes. They offer a good range of veg starters as well as normal appetisers and for those who just fancy a snack or light bite, they have a very good range available.
Looking at the list of soups available, we can see Hot and Sour, Sweet Corn, Lemon Coriander, Chicken Shorba along with many favourites such as Cream of Tomato. From the salad range, you can chose a Punjabi or a Russian variety or Aloo Raita or maybe you fancy a Dahi.
For your mains, you are spoiled for choice. Chicken Do Pyaza, Murg Badami Josh, Kadai Mutton or a Fish Curry appear in this section. You will also find all the well known dishes such as Tandoori, Masala, Korma, Biryani and a vast range of breads, rices and vegetables. The menu is extensive, so lovers of Indian cuisine should be at home in this elegant restaurant.
Now at the time of writing, there was no alcohol on sale here but diners were invited to bring their own bottles. That may change of course and you should check with the venue to confirm.
On the drinks list are Mocktails, with Pink Panther, Kiwi Cooler and Blue Lagoon being amongst the offerings. Butter Milk, various teas and coffees and a range of soft drinks are stocked too.
Karma is open from noon till 02:00 each day of the week.
This dining house looks to be a winner, with a good pricing structure and delicious food on offer. Friendly and courteous staff will welcome you and ensure you are catered for in an efficient manner.