Indian restaurants in Hua Hin

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The other Indian restaurant a few doors further north has gone which makes me think they possibly relocated into this one and rebadged



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thecolonel wrote:Anyone tried the Indian Hut opposite the Hilton yet? I say yet I assume it opened recently??

I think it's in the old family mart that was refurbished a few years ago

Got good reviews on google

There was one a few doors along but not sure if still there(maybe they moved into this property as bigger??)



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Henry 14th wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:32 pm This is same owner at Everest in PoonSuk Rd.
That's useful info. Thanks.
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thecolonel wrote: Mon Jan 02, 2023 2:34 pm I'd be interested to hear how you would rate Karan Cafe versus the others ... for food not ambience.
I've tried it at last (18 months on :oops). No complaints with the food - it tasted good. I was surprised that my lamb vindaloo did not contain potato (the attraction of a vindaloo for me), but I've looked vindaloo up this morning, and potato is not a key ingredient https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vindaloo.

As good as Shiva, but I still think Atcha and Kwality are better, but I'll never pay to have the meat removed from the bone at Kwality again, so Atcha still takes it on flavour for me.
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My Indian food is usually home delivery. I add to the recommendations of Kwaility's dishes on that basis, although the size of the jeera rice portion was poor. But I was very irritated by their delivering in plastic bags, like Thai food is delivered. I had to break out my large Tupperware containers to dish it up which means more washing up tomorrow too after I finish it. Also it's messy extracting all of a thick curry out of a bag. Plus I couldn't get the rubber bands off the bags without using a sharp knife, they are tied in a weird way. First World problems, I know.... :D

How can they justify saving maybe ten Baht on four very cheap bulk order containers when my order was over 1000? I won't be ordering from them again and it's a shame, but only because I don't want the hassle. There are plenty of excellent alternatives.

Thank you for reading my whinge. The food was very good.
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404cameljockey wrote: Thu Jun 06, 2024 10:20 am Plus I couldn't get the rubber bands off the bags without using a sharp knife, they are tied in a weird way.
Nice to know I am not alone. I think Thais are born being able to tie/untie elastic bands.
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Big Boy wrote: Thu Jun 06, 2024 10:50 am
404cameljockey wrote: Thu Jun 06, 2024 10:20 am Plus I couldn't get the rubber bands off the bags without using a sharp knife, they are tied in a weird way.
Nice to know I am not alone. I think Thais are born being able to tie/untie elastic bands.
They're born naturals! I find they usually can tie them so they're very secure but easy to remove. Whoever tied them at Kwality doesn't have this ability!
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I really fancied a visit to Kwality last night at 8.20. Pm

As is absolutely typical of my luck they are closed on Wednesdays but I also noticed they close nightly at 8.30

I assume therefore last orders is at 8 or even 7.45??

Just seemed too early to me

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Is that not similar to Atcha? At least I avoided Atcha for a long time because of the early finish. I think I adapted, not Atcha.
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Big Boy wrote:Is that not similar to Atcha? At least I avoided Atcha for a long time because of the early finish. I think I adapted, not Atcha.
Atcha, and Shiva for that matter, close at 9(according to Google maps)

For me personally that's an important 30 minutes to my daily routine which is probably the difference between me making it there in time or not

Would have to really get my ass into gear to make Kwality in time

FYI Karan closes at 10 and Indian Hut /Everest at 11 which is understandable as they close to all the nightlife in town and same owner.



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thecolonel wrote: Thu Jun 06, 2024 10:56 pm FYI Karan closes at 10 and Indian Hut /Everest at 11 which is understandable as they close to all the nightlife in town and same owner.
Going out on the town with a belly full of curry has never been my idea of a good time, but I was a slick Londoner, the curry in the UK used to come only after the pubs had chucked out :D
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thecolonel wrote: Thu Jun 06, 2024 10:56 pm Atcha, and Shiva for that matter, close at 9(according to Google maps)
Fair enough - Atcha open during Covid (at least that is when I first heard of them), and their closing time was certainly much earlier than that. I've been in both restaurants much later than 9, so the stated closing time must be last orders.
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My DIL has just brought me home a take-away lunch from an Indian at the side of the Market Village food court as a birthday treat - her birthday, not mine. The place is named ADK Indian.

I've got a Chicken Tikka Masala, Pilou Rice, Nan Bread and a Chicken Samosa. Cost about 150฿ (several different meals, so not sure exactly).

It's definitely not the best Indian in town, but is very acceptable, and for the price, fantastic. Lovely flavour with the Samosa. Worth a try - at that price, very little to lose. It certainly made a pleasant lunchtime change. Obviously, you'd normally sit and eat it within the food court.
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Big Boy wrote:My DIL has just brought me home a take-away lunch from an Indian at the side of the Market Village food court as a birthday treat - her birthday, not mine. The place is named ADK Indian.

I've got a Chicken Tikka Masala, Pilou Rice, Nan Bread and a Chicken Samosa. Cost about 150฿ (several different meals, so not sure exactly).

It's definitely not the best Indian in town, but is very acceptable, and for the price, fantastic. Lovely flavour with the Samosa. Worth a try - at that price, very little to lose. It certainly made a pleasant lunchtime change. Obviously, you'd normally sit and eat it within the food court.
Yes I heard about this place a few weeks ago keep meaning to try it

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