Most unusual restaurant and certainly not one that, in any way, resembles a typical “Indian” restaurant. This restaurant definitely would not appeal to anyone looking for a good curry, nan bread and beer evening meal.
It has been described as a Bangkok version of Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck restaurant and “molecular gastronomy” (see Wikipedia) cooking style.
We had the tasting menu of about ten “small” dishes of which perhaps only one could be described as Indian food. All of these were quite unusual and unique. Quite seriously different.
Service excellent. Maitre D’ extremely helpful in explaining the menu.
One criticism, it is a very noisy restaurant and conversation at normal levels is very difficult if you have the misfortune to be seated next to a voluble table.
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