Khana Khazana, 153 Sukhumvit Soi 11/1 ( Main Road Corner ) +66 2 255 2289 +66 2
255 2289 11 AM - midnight.
Masala Art, Soi 8 Thong Lo. Very good and offers a fixed lunch and dinner special.
Mrs Balbir's, 155/18 Sukhumvit Soi 11 ( next to Swiss Park Hotel ), Most likely the
best curry you will have in all Bangkok.
Namuskar, ( down the first side-street on the left of Sukhumvit Soi 8 ). This restaurant
provides the closest approximation of British-style Indian food. edit
Rang Mahal, 26F Rembrandt Hotel, 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, +66 2-261-7100 +66 2-261-7100
Mughal ( North Indian ) food in surroundings fit for a maharaja. Fairly expensive
( well over 500 Baht per head ), but the all you can eat Sunday champagne brunch
buffet at 499 Baht is a steal. This 26th floor restaurant also offers great views
of Bangkok, call ahead for reservations and request a window view.
Bangkok's Little Japan is located near Sukhumvit Soi 33 and across the street at
Soi 24, with Phrom Phong BTS Station straddling the two. There is also a smaller
concentration along Thong Lo ( Sukhumvit Soi 55 ), notably the Nihonmura Japan Village
in Thong Lo Soi 13. ( The other major outpost of Nippon is Soi Thaniya in Silom.
Fuji. This Japanese restaurant chain can be found in Emporium. A meal for two costs
about 500-600 Baht.
Grande Teppanyaki and Grande Ramen, Thong Lo ( Sukhumvit Soi 55 ) on the left, a
short walk from Thong Lo BTS Station. Two small Japanese restaurants facing each
other, popular with Thais and Japanese alike. Sub-100 Baht Lunch menus particularly
good value, but the beef curry with real steak ( 130 Baht ) is a deal at any time
of the day. Edit
Ichiban Ramen, Soi Sukhumvit 24 Sukhumvit Road Klong toey Bangkok, Thailand 10110
Contact : 662-2586314 An authentically Japanese greasy-spoon noodle joint specializing
in ramen soup. A large bowl starts at 80 Baht.
Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Indian Restaurants and Japanese Restaurants