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More Bang For Your Baht With The Weekend Brunch at Indus

More Bang For Your Baht With The Weekend Brunch at Indus

Author: Anonym/Tuesday, June 11, 2013/Categories: Buffets & Brunches

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The Vibe: Indus is one of a handful of upscale Indian restaurants in Bangkok. The venue is beautifully decorated with Asian antiques and tasteful one-of-a-kind artwork, and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable and attentive. Each guest is made to feel welcome and well cared for and they have a well appointed inside area for dining and a serene garden for alfresco dining. The menu is diverse and is designed to give you access to a wide variety of dishes that complement one another and allow you to maximize your dining experience. Indus is appropriate for business dinners, family dining, and also groups and couples.

What to Eat: If you have never been here before, one of your best bets is to opt for their weekend brunch which features an impressive ala carte menu with 44 choices including starters, breads, rice, side dishes, vegetarian and non- vegetarian main courses and dessert. Everything is cooked fresh to order and it is a good way to familiarize yourself with their menu. Start off with the grilled kebabs, such as the Mulaiyam Sheekh Kebab (lamb), the Chicken Tikka, and the Keba–e-Malai (tender yogurt marinated chicken) which are all exceptional. Next try the thick and creamy Daal, the rich Butter Chicken, the smoky eggplant dip Baingan Bhartha, and the delectable Aloo Gobi (potato & cauliflower). The Chicken Biryani is possibly one of the best you will ever try as it has an incredible earthy depth of flavor. Indus also has some fantastic and unique desserts such as the Masala Chai Ice cream, the Kulfi Ice Cream and the Gulab Jamon which is a deep fried dumpling with very sweet syrup poured over it.

Insider Insight: Indus Restaurant is a first class dining experience that gives you all the benefits of a buffet, but with the refinement and special attention of fine dining. If you go for lunch or dinner during the week, Indus can be rather pricy, but the weekend brunch is a steal at only 550Baht++ per person. They also have a free flow wine and beer option that you can add on for an additional fee, just ask your waiter about it when you go. The brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 11:00AM and 03:00PM and there is a 50% discount for children 12 years and under. Also make sure you call ahead for reservations.

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