Beware of the food... All old food.. stored is refrigerator.. I had a very bad food poison after eating..sick for a week..it's not worth the money for the quality they serve..
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This is a must visit in Bangkok. Excellent food . Home made and very tasty . Value for money . The Adai aviyal is excellent . Dosas are crisp and nice . The meals are filling and of excellent quality .
I highly recommend eating here. It's a small restaurant which serves very tasty food. My family includes a vegan and a coeliac/gluten free. The owner was very helpful and clearly passionate about the food that is served. He took time to explain the dishes and...More
must visit for anyone who enjoys rava dosas, never eaten anything like this any where before. need to be patient as everything is freshly prepared . great food needs effort and time.
I've eaten here several times and this is probably the last. Half the menu wasn't available on the Saturday I went and the portions were tiny and not very appetising. Don't be fooled by the photos on the wall as you'll get a lot less...More
The service wasn't as bad as the reviews made out but it is very amateurish and it's more of a greasy spoon than a restaurant. I've eaten lots of Indian food and this is canteen fare, unless you have an inescapable craving for Indian food...More
My expectations of a thali range form the Bombay Indra Bhavan in Mysore at the top of the range to the average second class sleeper fare at the bottom. This fell well below the latter. A thali should be a stimulating, varied , fragrant and...More
Came here because of all the recommendations on Trip Advisor. Was very disappointing. Should have twigged when we noticed no-one except a family inside. Decor is very strange (let's just say they haven't bothered), lassis were very warted down and the thali was the worst...More