I visited here on February 22, 2014 and the food was so great I returned again to eat more the following afternoon for lunch. The staff was excellent. I told the waiter I wasn’t too familiar with Indian menus and that I was vegetarian and asked if he could make some suggestions. He was incredibly friendly and helpful. I ended up eating a delicious vegetable semosa as an appetizer and my main orders were kadhi paneer and dal tarka, which I ordered with jeera rice and garlic naan.
The food was delicious but even so I ordered too much food for even a big guy like myself to eat alone. My family helped finished it off, even though non-vegetarians they loved the food too. The people working here are all Indian, the place is decorate in traditional Indian and they wear traditional India clothing that creates a great ambiance.
When I returned the following afternoon for lunch it was much less busy than the night before but we had the same waiter. This is when I noticed everyone eating there day time hour were Indian besides us, but was menu westerners at night. It is therefore popular with both. I also noticed during the day they offer the option of traditional Indian seating. A large family came in and were sitting on the floor with triangular pillows for mats and a fan was set up to cool them off.
As I wasn't familiar with Indian food coming in, and am now a fan of it (having since ate at several shops) I'm happy to see they have a website which lists the full menu giving me a chance to research before I come back. As mentioned I ate there the next day again after discovering it. I'll be in Phuket again next in late July 2014 and eating here is high on my must do list.
A tip for finding this place: It is on the main road that Patong beach is visible from. If you were on Bangla Road where the nightlife is and walked from that road to the main road the beach runs on you would turn right. It is however a considerable walk, it is doable but in the heat a tuktuk would suffice. The actual location is almost across the road from where the Children's playground (this has swings, a slide, big medal dog, etc.) that is in front of the beach is. If you reach that play area in a tuktuk from the direction I just described you'll have gone just a little too far.
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