I have only eaten at the restaurant situated in Soi 47/1 Charoenkrung, so I'm not able to compare it to the other Himali Cha Cha outlets.
I'm not a big fan of Indian cuisine and when in Thailand I prefer to eat mostly Thai food. However, I decided to try this place for the first time 26 years ago on the recommendation of one of the (then) part-owners of the restaurant, whom I met whilst trekking in Nepal.
I was impressed by the tandoori chicken followed by a dish of mutton korma which was somehow prepared despite a major power outage in Bangrak at the time! I have been back many times since and have not had a meal there that I have not enjoyed.
The décor and quiet atmosphere along with the soft background music and excellent service make this place worth visiting. When in doubt about an item on the menu, the waiter/waitress has always been very patient in explaining just what the dish consists of and how it is prepared.
One thing I have noticed is that the restaurant never appears to be really busy and on a few occasions I have been the only customer. This could possibly be partly due to the location, a small Soi off Charoenkrung, not a spot passed by pedestrian traffic.
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