Hardeep moved from India, in 2015, opening the restaurant in October 2016, which provides employment to five people.
The venue is located on Second Road, close to the junction with Soi Buakhao 15. The street is easy to get to if coming by baht bus, for it is serviced by Pattaya’s popular transport system every few minutes plus it also has taxi and motorbike services nearby.
Second Road is a very busy area, with many tourists heading from their hotels to do some shopping at the malls, visit the beach or heading off to one of the many attractions in the vicinity such as the world famous Walking Street or Bali Hai Pier.
The restaurant is a bright, clean, modern affair. The entrance is glass but the bottom half is adorned with large images of food. Once you cross the welcome mat, you will be shown to a table by one of the courteous members of staff.
The wooden chairs are either sky blue and white or a light pink and white colour, which blends in with the pastel coloured decor. The tables are positioned against both walls, leaving a passageway for waiting staff to take orders and deliver food.
It is air conditioned but has ceiling fans to assist with temperature control. There is a television, which displays Indian TV and traditional music from India completes the setting.
The capacity of the dining area is 32, making it ideal for romantic dinners or business lunches.
They advertise that they produce a “Real Taste of the Pubjab”, so you would expect quality food from their comprehensive menu.
You will find a wide range of dishes available from kebabs to tasty rice dishes such as Biryani in various styles.
Masala, Tikka, Vindaloo, Korma, Paneer and Curries are all to be found on the bill of fare with mutton, chicken and sea food options.
A good range of Indian breads can be ordered to accompany your meal, ideal for soaking up any of the delicious sauces left over from your main course.
Early birds can enjoy one of their breakfast sets, perfect for getting your day off to a good start.
Overall the taste and flavours are very good and the food is well presented to the customers by a skilled kitchen team.
Lovely Indian, at the time of writing, sell only soft drinks to complement your meal. They have all the popular ones plus bottled waters. You can also order a tea or coffee if you prefer.
A pleasant hygienic setting, which is bright and cheerful, where friendly staff welcome visitors with a hello and a smile. The food is good and the menu offers something to suit most people.