Ate here for lunch one day. You do need to negotiate the touts out the front, but the dining experience makes up for it. Being a quiet time of the year, they had a happy hour with 20% off the bill. The Chicken Tikka was some of the best I've tasted, juicy tender and full of flavour. Breads were good as well, especially the spinach naan. Mango Lassi was great - not that sweet with a good amount of salt. Service was good, however it was a bit expensive at THB 1,000. Would overall rank as slightly better than Bombay Palace, although not much in it.
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