Nice range of vegetarian options, you can try paneer dishes with tofu which was exciting for a vegan. Very cheap for Indian in South East Asia!
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Samosas were great. Rest was pretty average. Malai kofta was weird green inside, but ok tasting.rotti was a nann, but okish. It would be nice if the dude serving had a personality or some language skills instead of grunts. I think the usual management must...More
While it is obviously not the best Indian food I have had, it is cheap and tasty. Especially considering you are in the middle of nowhere. The owner was extremely friendly and service was decent. The naan was slightly burnt but the curry we had...More
Recent trip, food a disgrace to Indian food. Nan bread was a crispy crackerbread?, Chicken used in Tikka masala, was rotten or very old. Avoid this place like the plague.
i ate here a couple of times when i was in nong khiaw, the curries weren't quiet as spicy as i like them and the rice was not hot but the naan was and i was obviously satisfied enough to go back for another curry...More
I suppose going more than once says it all! The baked eggplant was my fave. We thought the service was good, reasonable prices and quantities.