Price Range: $$$$
Indian Hut has been around since 1995, occupying a cozy spot on Surawongse in the heart of the gems and jewellery district. Large glass windows give off prime street watching views, and the restaurant... Read More
Indian Hut has been around since 1995, occupying a cozy spot on Surawongse in the heart of the gems and jewellery district. Large glass windows give off prime street watching views, and the restaurant has stylish white plush armchairs set around spacious tables, making it feel far more like a royal room than any type of humble Indian eatery as tends to be the norm in this part of town. The menu is extremely large and varied, with all the northern Indian favourites like roghan josh, chicken tikka, dal, samosas, curries, naan breads, and more on the list. Best of all are the paneer dishes, as Indian Hut is renowned for their homemade version, they don't outsource it, and it is incredibly fresh and flavour filled. There is also Chinese-Indian fusion on the menu, probably the best in Bangkok, with plates like chilly chicken getting a lot of attention from the locals. The restaurant started in more humble dwellings as a small hut across the street, hence the name, but has since gone on to much bigger and brighter things. In a neighbourhood that can look pretty quiet and void of life at night, it's a bright star with an amazing variety of food, and while not a budget eatery, the prices are still less than the competition over on Sukhumvit, and it's a worthwhile stop if you're in the neighbourhood.
- Indian: "Make sure to try the paneer, it's homemade. It's a bit too far to walk here from the Skytrain, best to take a taxi from either Sala Daeng, Chong Nonsi, or Surasak BTS stations."
- Best for Indian Because: For great homemade paneer and Indo-Chinese fusion, Indian Hut is unique!