Pardeep moved to Pattaya in 2009, having spent his entire life in Delhi in India. Four years later, he opened this venue in Soi Bay Walk, close to the Royal Garden Plaza Shopping Mall.
The restaurant employs seven full time staff, including two experienced chefs. Together with the dining room team, they offer a friendly and courteous service to their customers who are both locals and tourist based.
The dining area can cater for up to 40 customers at any given time, in an intimate setting. Its dark wood furniture blends well with the pastel coloured walls and grey tiled floor.
There is large windows, permitting a lot of natural light into the premises during day time hours, with strip lighting providing the ambience after dark.
It is fully air conditioned and has a television to keep you entertained when waiting on your food to arrive.
A small bar is located to the rear, which is well stocked with available drinks.
The bill of fare follows traditional standards beginning with appetisers and soups. Start with a Vegetable, Chicken or Mutton Samosa or possibly a Tomato or Dal Soup.
If with others, you could order one of their platters for sharing, which come in non-veg and vegetarian options.
The next section is mainly breads and there are many options available, which are ideal to accompany your main course.
They offer a range of Tandoori Specials, such as Fish Tikka, Paneer Tandoori, Tiger Prawns cooked in a Tandoori style, Afgani Chicken or the popular Chicken Tikka.
Then there is the vegetarian offerings containing dishes like Bhindi Masala, Aloo Mutter and Vegetable Kofta from a good selection.
There are yogurts and salads available, Paneers, Chicken and Mutton Specials where you will see Masalas, Curries, Kormas and the hot Vindaloos.
Seafood lovers are also covered in this extensive menu plus there is the expected rices to go hand in hand with the mains.
Finally a small selection of desserts is present just to finish off with.
Many of the items on the menu have photos to help you decide what to order for anyone who may be unfamiliar with Indian cuisine.
Fancy a cold beer? They have Chang, Leo, Singha and Heineken in bottled format or you could order one of their many Breezers.
Spirits, wines, liqueurs, soft drinks or a tea or coffee conclude the drinks menu.
This is a cosy venue to sit and relax with a tasty meal cooked in the true Indian style.
Pop in and try the cuisine yourself and enjoy the food. The business offers a lot of experience in food preparation and service. You may just like it here and become a regular customer.