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Gents... I can't get a good curry where I'm at... anything good in Patts? Does not have to be an Indian restaurant... just a good curry!

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Gents... I can't get a good curry where I'm at... anything good in Patts? Does not have to be an Indian restaurant... just a good curry!

Try Madras Darbar on 2nd Road, opp. Central Festival or Kohinoor in South Pattaya opp. VC hotel.

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I go to the Indian directly opposite Soi Honey on 2nd road. Not the quickest service but well worth the wait. Closes at 1.30am I think.

My Pattaya budget is perfectly adequate as long as I don't spend any of it

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I go to the Indian directly opposite Soi Honey on 2nd road. Not the quickest service but well worth the wait. Closes at 1.30am I think.

 

Ain't nuttin' there but a bunch o' beer bars--I think you mean the one opposite Soi Honey on Soi *Buakow*. No?

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Ain't nuttin' there but a bunch o' beer bars--I think you mean the one opposite Soi Honey on Soi *Buakow*. No?

 

Good point. Can't even blame the Chang cos I'm sober!

 

They make a great Aloo Gobi.

My Pattaya budget is perfectly adequate as long as I don't spend any of it

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I've been in a relatively nice indian restaurant. It's on the beach road between Soi 7 and 8. In fact it is on the first floor of a tailor shop.

As I figure it out, it's a family business. The father is a tailor hustling customer during the day to enter his shop (you know the drill - but they were not the annoying kind).

In the evenings, they try to hustle customers for the restaurant above. Well the father downstairs told me: "Listen, if you don't like it, don't pay."

I didn't believe him for a second, but it quite convinced me that he was sure about the food.

 

The restaurant is managed by his son and his wife (the son's wife). They are very nice and friendly people. They do the waiting and the cooking, ... everything.

So in summary, the location is bad (that's all they go), the restaurant is no so nice, BUT, the food is quite good. It's the entire family cooking real Indian home food. And it is relatively cheap.

 

I had better Indian food, but I was not disappointed. I was quite surprised when the son (the owner) told me when I was paying the bill: "I hope you have appreciated my cooking sir."

It's then that I have realized that he was putting an effort into it.

 

Hope this help.

 

 

 

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nope ive tried to find one but can,t so i gave up it,s different to uk by that i mean horrible

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Tikka Centre is awesome. Soi Buakhau opposite Soi Honey.

 

 

Agree, I eat there often, I'm vegetarian and they make a real nice vegetable biriyani which I have with a vegi curry, usually an aloo gobi. As someone said they do tend to be a bit slow but it is worth the wait.

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some people believe in indian cooking if the meal comes quick it wont be good, its meant to be a slower process i believe but if its good i wont mind!

I tried alibaba here a few nights ago and was very unimpressed, the madras and vindaloo sauces where rancid so much so we only ate the meat from them, the chana masala was the blandest un masala tasting dish ive ever experienced and it was way to expensive..... ALIBABA = FAIL

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some people believe in indian cooking if the meal comes quick it wont be good, its meant to be a slower process i believe but if its good i wont mind!

I tried alibaba here a few nights ago and was very unimpressed, the madras and vindaloo sauces where rancid so much so we only ate the meat from them, the chana masala was the blandest un masala tasting dish ive ever experienced and it was way to expensive..... ALIBABA = FAIL

 

 

Yes, true, whenever I cooked an Indian-style curry back home I'd make it the day before, like most stews & soups those curries taste better a day later than they do freshly cooked, which is definetely not the case with Thai food, which is often fit for the trash can a couple of hours after cooking.

 

However, in the case of slowness at the Tikka Center, I think this is more a case of being under-staffed.

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Tikka Centre is awesome. Soi Buakhau opposite Soi Honey.

 

+1

 

I have tried a few places, Tikka Centre was recommended by a friend.

 

The closest I can find to a decent UK style curry.

 

I have taken many friends along and everyone was impressed with the food.

 

One friend of mine ordered a dish not on the menu, and it was no problem, they made it up for him.

Next time I went in, I also decided to order a dish not on the menu, and, same again, they said no problem, and made it for me.

 

 

Tikka Centre gets my vote.

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Try Madras Darbar on 2nd Road, opp. Central Festival or Kohinoor in South Pattaya opp. VC Hotel.

I agree 100% very good, authentic, South Indian food, just like home. Very nice staff too. Not that watered down crap that they serve in London.

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The last thing I imagined myself eating in Thailand was an Indian but I had a fantastic one on 3rd Road behind the back of Mooks Residence hotel - I forget the name,

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Yes, true, whenever I cooked an Indian-style curry back home I'd make it the day before, like most stews & soups those curries taste better a day later than they do freshly cooked, which is definetely not the case with Thai food, which is often fit for the trash can a couple of hours after cooking.

 

However, in the case of slowness at the Tikka Center, I think this is more a case of being under-staffed.

 

 

Its hard to beat a leftover indian curry the next day! brilliant hangover cure too, im going to try the tikka center today it sounds pretty decent and its a 5 minute walk from my hotel!

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thank you! i love curry murgh!

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I've been in a relatively nice indian restaurant. It's on the beach road between Soi 7 and 8. In fact it is on the first floor of a tailor shop.

As I figure it out, it's a family business. The father is a tailor hustling customer during the day to enter his shop (you know the drill - but they were not the annoying kind).

In the evenings, they try to hustle customers for the restaurant above. Well the father downstairs told me: "Listen, if you don't like it, don't pay."

I didn't believe him for a second, but it quite convinced me that he was sure about the food.

 

The restaurant is managed by his son and his wife (the son's wife). They are very nice and friendly people. They do the waiting and the cooking, ... everything.

So in summary, the location is bad (that's all they go), the restaurant is no so nice, BUT, the food is quite good. It's the entire family cooking real Indian home food. And it is relatively cheap.

 

I had better Indian food, but I was not disappointed. I was quite surprised when the son (the owner) told me when I was paying the bill: "I hope you have appreciated my cooking sir."

It's then that I have realized that he was putting an effort into it.

 

Hope this help.

 

 

 

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Thanks for the rec. I just tried it and it's everything you said it was. Some of the best food I've eaten in a while. I'll be a regular from here on out.

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Thanks for the rec. I just tried it and it's everything you said it was. Some of the best food I've eaten in a while. I'll be a regular from here on out.

 

That's one hell of an avatar you got there Vigile - just hope you don't go to hell for having it! LOL

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The Tikka Centre and the Punjabi Tadka it is then!! Will pencil them in for a visit...

 

Looks like Dr Mak's place might be worth a visit too: "I've been in a relatively nice indian restaurant. It's on the beach road between Soi 7 and 8"

 

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being an indian i dont go abroad for indian food but since my cousin forced me for having indian food ill suggest go to Maharaja indian restaurent.its ahead of mcdonallds .u will surely get indian curry over there.the food tastes good and the price is also ok neither too costly nor cheap.just go there once .

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I've been in a relatively nice Indian restaurant . The name of restaurant was Gulab Indian restaurant.they provide buffet food which is great.gulab restaurant is located at pattaya bazaar pattaya soi 2rd nogpure banglamung chonbury pattaya. This restaurant is well connected with baht bus. so you can reach there easily from 2nd road, beach road or Walking Street. The owner of this restaurant is a thai person but the cooks are Indian origin,the food is ok.

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