Owner Nithi Tantisilapanon was
educated in Singapore where he developed a love of
Indian food. He has adapted the menu to suit Thai tastes
and the flavours are slightly less spicy as a result. There is
not a huge selection to choose from but mutton biryani,
chicken tikka masala and mutton curry are stand-out
Indian dishes. There is also home-made roti which is the
tastiest method of mopping up the remnants of a curry.
The international and fusion fare on offer includes panfried
balsamic fish, caesar salad and pumpkin soup.
Surprisingly high-class desserts-not especially Indian
but delicious nonetheless-include Oreo cheesecake,
chocolate fudge cake and vanilla panna cotta.
Coocurry's location leaves something to
be desired, in a nondescript commercial area with no
other entertainment venues and a short taxi ride away
from the nearest BTS station. Once you get inside, the
restaurant is tastefully decorated in an Indian style and
the food is authentically Indian.
2210/32 Narat hiwat -Ratc hanakarin Rd, Bangkok 10120
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Casual but no shorts |
|Private Rooms: For 10-12 People ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 300 baht ||Tel: 0-2678-1300 |
|Car Valet: No ||Price: 500 baht/person |
|Open Time: 11:00am-10:00pm |