Aryaa's Indian Vegetarian Restaurant Bangkok

Tuesday, January 7, 2014


Aryaa's Pure Vegetarian Indian Restaurant (Shop No. 164/1, Corner of Soi 8, Sukhumwit Road, Bangkok. Phone: 02-834-3663) is located right below Nana BTS Skytrain Station. In case you wish to have their food even before climbing down from the station, there is a small Aryaa's Fast Food counter at the BTS station itself. The fast food counter has a limited menu and most of the food there is served after bringing it from the main restaurant on the road below. Anyway, Aryaa's is another vegetarian Indian restaurant in that area apart from Khana Khazana on Soi 11. Aryaa's Vegetarian Fast Food has been my favourite for a long time now. I find it very convenient to pick up some food on the way to my hotel after alighting from the train. The Fast Food counter has a couple of tables to sit down and eat. Its as comfortable as a small place like that can be. The main restaurant downstairs (and upstairs again, because its 2nd floor of the building) is spacious and well furnished. North and South Indian snacks, meals, curries, breads, desserts, and drinks are served apart from alcoholic drinks. Read more below...

Aryaa's Indian Vegetarian Restaurant Nana Bangkok

South Indian favourites - Idli, Dosa, Vada, etc. are available in all imaginable variants between 90 and 120 THB. There is a Sunday special menu - Rice Pongal and Bisibele Bhat (120 THB each), Khara Bhat (105 THB), Kesari Bhat (dessert - 110 THB), and a South Indian Mini Tiffin (Set Meal) that consists of Dosa, Idli, Khara Bhat, Kesari Bhat, and Rice Bhat, all for 200 THB. A South Indian Set Meal (Thali) with vegetable curries, rice, roti, and curd is available everyday for 200 THB and a North Indian Set Meal is available daily for 230 THB.


Aryaa's Indian Vegetarian Restaurant Bangkok

Snack menu has batter-fried vegetables (onion, capsicum, mixed, etc.) at 100 THB. These taste best with a Masala Tea (Chai) at 65 THB per cup. If you feel like having Pani Puri in Bangkok, Aryaa's will not disappoint you. That and other Chaat items are all there at around 75-80 THB. North Indian curries (its a very long list) cost between 130 and 200 THB and a tandoori roti costs 30 THB. There is even a Chinese menu that has everything one finds in a typical Chinese restaurant in India. Prices are around 170-200 THB. Fresh fruit juices and desserts cost around 100 THB. Beers cost 70/130 THB for small and big, and a JW Black Label 30/60 ML costs 95 / 175 THB. Aryaa's determination is reflected in the size of their menu. The restaurant is open from 10.30 to 23.30 everyday. Home delivery is promised to reach any nook and corner of Bangkok (I hope that is true). Well done, Aryaa's.







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