This Beach Road diner is an Indian restaurant nestled between Soi 7 and Soi 8. It has the advantage of a great deal of passing trade from beach goers and the many pubs and shops nearby, where it attract a fair amount of trade from.
The venue opened for business in the summer of 2017 and employs four staff plus the management and owners within the dining room and kitchen.
You will be welcomed with a friendly smile and be treated with courtesy at all times.
This is 150 seater restaurant, which caters for romantic dinners for two and large groups, such as business lunches or family gatherings.
There are multiple floors offering an array of seating within the premises, from whicker chairs and tables to bar stools and high tables overlooking palm trees and pleasant garden scene or large sofas and views over Pattaya Bay. Further seating is provided in a traditional dining room setting where you will discover white tables, adorned with red table clothes.
A television is present for entertainment, while you await your meal and the drinks are served from a dark wood, well stocked bar.
The restaurant is modern, offering a nice setting for a meal featuring a taste of India and beyond.
What you will find here is three styles of food. Indian, Thai and the more unusual offering of Nepalese cuisine. From the latter you can try a Nepali Thalli, Noodles with Egg and Chicken, Momo Chicken, Pork and Veg, Kalo Dai Thaneko, Aloo Tareko or an Aloo Tama, which is just some of the items on the bill of fare from the region of Nepal.
The Indian section contains all the popular dishes you would come to expect. Masala, Ragon Jash, Vindaloo, Curries, Madras, Korma, Tandoori dishes along with numerous other delicious offerings are available.
Rices and Breads to accompany your meal are aplenty on the menu. Soups, Salads and Kebabs are also there with various options when ordering.
Thai food lovers can enjoy the oddly named “Fried Morning Glory”, Prawn Balls, Sea Bass and a decent range of traditional Thai cuisine.
They cater for vegetarians across the board too.
Most of us enjoy a drink to complement our meal so with that in mind, the bar offers you a variety of alcohol and soft drinks. Bottled beers such as Chang, Leo, Tiger or Singha or spirits including Gins, Whiskies, Vodkas and Rums are on the drinks list.
Wine lovers can have a red or white and soft drinks or teas and coffees can also be purchased.
A very good setting with a variety of styles of seating, where you can enjoy the food of three nations.
Give them a try and see what you think.