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Arabia Restaurant

Comment: Great Indian, Arabic and Pakistani food. House specialties include goat meat masala, chicken tandoori, garlic naan and shish kebab.
Address: Anusarn Market, Chang Klan Rd.
Time Open: 11:00 am - 12:30 am
Telephone: 053 818 850, 081 724 55 80
Rating: (1.5 points from 4 votes)
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Asma Restaurant

Comment: This restaurant is centrally located close to the northern wall of the city. The decor is fairly plain and bare, but the interior is clean, comfortable and air-conditioned. The place attracts many local Indians, which may be indicative of the authenticity of the Indian dishes. A wide range of Indian and Thai fare is on offer. You get to enjoy a buffet spread with more than 25 varieties of food. Particularly recommended are the mixed vegetable curry, roti and lassi. Alternatively, you can order from the menu, which incorporates several vegetarian and Western dishes.

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Address: 149/20 Anusarn Market T. Chang klan
Time Open: 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Telephone: 053 818 588, 083 571 4007, 082
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Indian Food Vegetarian

Comment: The number one choice for curry-hungry travellers and expats. The quality and laid back atmosphere are top notch. This is a must. They also serve beers.
Address: Moon Muang Rd., Soi 9
Time Open: 6:30 am - 8:30 pm
Telephone: 053 223 306
Rating: (3 points from 1 votes)
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Le Spice

Comment: The overnight talk of the town, this Indian restaurant serves top notch fare as good as any place you might find in Bangalore or Bradford. Brightly decorated in the Indian style and very spacious, this is a breezy break from the maelstrom of the shopping street. As well as Indian food they serve Thai and ethnic Thai dishes, lassis, Indian teas and alcoholic drinks.
Address: 31 Charoen Prathet, Soi 6, Chang Klan Rd. (at the Night Bazaar next to Kalare Food Centre)
Time Open: 12:00 pm - 12:30 am
Telephone: 053 234 962, 053 234 983
Rating: (3.2 points from 5 votes)
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New Delhi

Comment: New Delhi has some unique dishes on offer in addition to all the old Indian faves. The genial owner maintains that all his dishes and sauces are cooked from scratch from fresh ingredients; nothing is pre-made. And when you get your teeth stuck into their chicken Madras you'll find out why it was worth waiting the extra ten minutes for your food: succulent, spicy and pervasive with all sorts of herbs; wash this down with a mango lassi and get a garlic naan - cooked in a real tandoor (clay oven), and you won't be disappointed. "Mother's home cooked food," he claims. Chiang Mai is not the first place the New Delhi has served its great food; they've also had locations in Malaysia, Philippines, Koh Samui and Pai.
Address: 46 Ratwitthi Road (just up the road from the Irish Pub)
Time Open: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am
Telephone: 083 782 8248
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Punjabi Restaurant

Comment: Great food with vast selection for vegetarians.

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Address: 1/3 Moonmuang Rd., A. Muang
Time Open: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Telephone: 053 226 675
Rating: (3 points from 1 votes)
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Rajdabar

Comment: Unbeatable prices and serious value for money Indian cuisine. This funky and modest little shop house with its garish red-patterned walls, stylish antique doorway and casual outdoor tables (a tad too close to the pungent Mae Kha Canal, best to sit inside) serves up some of the tastiest Indian food in the city. Moreish papadoms, rich creamy lentils, deliciously light and non-greasy samosas, fresh nan, and curries galore are dished up in stylish Indian brass bowls.
Address: Situated at Loi Kroh Road. In front of Duangtawan hotel and about 100 metres from the Night Bazaar
Time Open: -
Telephone: 082 929 2985
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Rajdarbar

Comment: Rajdarbar is an authentic Indian restaurant, well known for it's delicious food and it's typical Indian atmosphere.
The use of traditional Indian recipes and the art of blending spices and herbs makes Rajdarbar one of the best Indian restaurants in Chiang Mai.

All of the food is prepared fresh, with care and thoughtful presentation.
Rajdarbar offers a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from North and South India.The chef's specialties are Tandoori and Paneer.
The authentic interiour and original Indian music provide you with ideal rest and emotional balance. This approach is the core principle of a new Indian restaurant which is called Rajdarbar.



Address: 99/2 Loi Kroh Rd. (in front of Duang Tawan hotel and about 100 meters from the Night Bazaar walking street)
Time Open: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
Telephone: 082 929 2985, 082 929 2984
Rating: (3 points from 1 votes)
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Royal India

Comment: Indian food has become so popular in the UK it has become somewhat traditional British fare, chicken masala being the most liked dish in the country. And really it's no wonder, once you've tasted the rich spice infused dishes of India. Royal India serves up delicious dishes and huge portions all of which won't disappoint curry lovers. The restaurant itself could do with a facelift, or even a face, as it's pretty scant of decoration or colour scheme. Nevertheless, what it lacks in aesthetic, it makes up for with cracking food. Recommended is the chicken masala, mutton rogan josh, tandoori chicken, nan breads and any of the many veggie dishes; wash this down with a fruit lassi or a cold beer and you'll leave with a thousand tastes lingering on your tongue. It's a no thrills restaurant, but it's sincere in providing great nosh.


Address: 11/12 Talad Boonyu (in the complex of bars and restaurants that house the old Rasta Bar and Salsa Kitchen), Ratwithee Rd.
Time Open: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Telephone: 084 174 1001
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The Colonial House at The Chedi Chiang Mai

Comment: The Colonial House at The Chedi Chiang Mai offers a modern Indian dining experience. Set in the former British Consulate the restaurant provides an exceptional and traditional Indian Menu.



Address: 123 Charoen Prathet Road T. Changklan A. Muang Chiang Mai 50100
Time Open: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Telephone:
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