Indian restaurants in Hua Hin

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Re: Indian Restaurants

Post by leither69 » Sun Apr 27, 2014 5:53 pm

I tried this last year and thought it was average. Could have ben my choice of food so am goin to try this agan after seeing so many positive posts.. Love indian food (maybe UK Indian) 8)

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Post by stu7 » Thu May 22, 2014 7:42 pm

As I said in my introduction I spend a few months every year in HH. I will be returning soon.I have tried a few Indian places but sadly the consistency of the food and service is not that good, a lot of the dishes all taste the same,
However last time I was there I found some really good British style curries in HH Ham and Bacon Co.Can anyone tell if they are still stocking them as i have looked on their site but can not find them. hope they are because they were probably the best I have tasted here.

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Post by Big Boy » Thu May 22, 2014 7:54 pm

Yes, they have Chicken Madras, Jalfrezi. Vindaloo, Phal and Massala in stock.
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Post by blue05 » Fri May 23, 2014 11:42 am

stu7 wrote:As I said in my introduction I spend a few months every year in HH. I will be returning soon.I have tried a few Indian places but sadly the consistency of the food and service is not that good, a lot of the dishes all taste the same,
However last time I was there I found some really good British style curries in HH Ham and Bacon Co.Can anyone tell if they are still stocking them as i have looked on their site but can not find them. hope they are because they were probably the best I have tasted here.

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the Royal in town is the closest I have come to UK curry style

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Post by stu7 » Sat May 24, 2014 11:27 am

Big Boy wrote:Yes, they have Chicken Madras, Jalfrezi. Vindaloo, Phal and Massala in stock.

Thanks Big Boy.
Thats a relief I have being craving a good curry. I enjoyed all of them last time but I think the Vindaloo was my favourite.

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Re: Indian Restaurants

Post by Nick NCFC » Sat May 24, 2014 9:08 pm

We ate at the Indian at the top of soi 80 last Saturday and I have to say I was quite impressed. I guess reading some of the views on here had lowered my expectations but thought the food and the service was very good and will go again for sure.

Can't beat a good Ruby and a few beers on a Saturday and whilst not Brick lane standard it was pretty good.

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Indian Curry. Mythical New Restaurant...

Post by Zero » Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:22 pm

Was speaking to a chap last night who regards himself as a bit of a curry aficionado.

I mentioned both S&S and the place at the top of Soi 80 as being the one I use and he was familiar with both, but reckoned that there is a place on Soi 88 (over the railway, sharp right, then left at the bend and it's a km or so up on a road to the right...near to the court building) that blows both these restaurants into the weeds. Of that he was certain.

He also said that it was the only Curry house with a proper decent sized Tandoor oven imported from India. If true, this can only mean one thing. Proper elephants ear Naan bread.

He said it was called Sheera's or Shira's....or something like that and he was very complimentary. Anyone tried it? Or was the guy just being delusional?

He also reckoned that the restaurant had a lovely garden setting with really attentive staff and a friendly Indian owner.

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Re: Indian Curry. Mythical New Restaurant...

Post by Big Boy » Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:37 pm

Probably the one at the Hin Lek Fai turn off from Soi 88. I've never tried it, so can't comment. There is a thread in Feeding Time somewhere.
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Post by Farang » Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:37 pm

Here's an Indian restaurant:

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Post by Pagey » Sat Oct 18, 2014 4:09 pm

It's called Shiva Ayurveda and they also do yoga and meditation. You can google it to see the menu.
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Re: Indian Restaurants

Post by Zero » Sat Oct 18, 2014 4:16 pm

Thanks Pagey, this looks pretty good. Thanks admin for merging.

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Post by theprice01 » Sat Oct 18, 2014 5:19 pm

Theres a recently opened (1 month?) Indian food outlet in Chatsila, which i think has very good food and is well priced.
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Re: Indian Restaurants

Post by Zero » Sat Oct 18, 2014 11:59 pm

Zero wrote:Thanks Pagey, this looks pretty good. Thanks admin for merging.

[Mod Edit] Link removed. Links featuring menus are not permitted out of respect for our sponsors.
Wow! That's a real slap in the face for your users though - the folks who provide the life blood of the board and ultimately the cash into the tills of your sponsors. This mentality means that your sponsors dollars are preventing the free flow of information that is available to the general public in Hua Hin. Bad PR for your "sponsors" (misnomer if ever there was one) i'd say.

Ultimately, if you carry the thinking through it can only serve to restrict the number of unique visitors to the site itself - which in reality hurts everybody - including your sponsors.

Sorry HHF, but this is shortsightedness in action. Whilst I understand you are trying to derive some sort of revenue for the site, which is perfectly understandable, i'd urge you to rethink such a counter-intuitive and draconian policy. If folks are going to click through to links, keep a server record and go and then go see the company and ask them to advertise based on the hard evidence of your click throughs.

The revenues you command can only be measured by the amount of traffic through the site. This policy will restrict that and leave the user with a bad experience. It's web 101.

Just a thought, but Google did alright using this model...

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Re: Indian Restaurants

Post by HHTel » Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:05 am

What a load of BS. Of course you would go out of your way to promote your competitors eh? IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. By word of mouth is fine but it's by WORD OF MOUTH, not by using a popular forum!

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Post by caller » Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:07 am

It's not short-sightedness Zero, them's the rules and understood and respected as a consequence. I get it and I'm sure others also do. Anyone with half a brain will have the nounce to do as you did. Googles your friend.
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