High end Indian
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While in Thailand Indian food has always been a bit of a spend compared to other options, it took Indus to make Bangkok sit up and take notice of how amazing this cuisine can be when prepared by the right hands.
Indus is definitely more expensive than other Indian options, but the quality of ingredients and the innovative techniques used justify a bit of an investment.
The tasting menu is a great introduction to what this kitchen can do, both the vegetarian and omnivorous versions being worth their price.
The dining space is also a treat: obviously South Asian without being gaudy. There is also an outdoor terrace that is dimly lit in the evening with candles and fairy lights, and manages to be perfectly enchanting.
Service is good, and servers themselves are knowledgeable about what they are serving. Starters from 140- 350 baht, main dishes from 220 - 670. Tasting menu veg/non veg is 1300/1500, and with paired wines 2200/2400 baht.
Last updated on 11th January, 2012.