VIDEO: Pahurat – Bangkok’s Little India

By Mark Wiens 3 Comments

(if you can’t see the video, watch Pahurat Little India on YouTube here)

Though Pahurat, Bangkok’s Little India really is quite little, it offers a nice little flavor of India.

Fabric dealers, merchants, India Emporium shopping center and a few delicious Indian restaurants and street stalls are the best reasons to visit Pahurat.

In this video, I head over to Pahurat and dine at one of my favorite street Indian restaurants in town.

3 comments. I'd love to hear from you!

  • Nash

    11 years ago

    I am reading your older post and found the name of the Indian place, Toney Restaurant. I will be heading to BKK tomorrow and check out this place, I have been to Pahurat before but didnt enjoy any good Indian street food. I went into India Emporium and eat in the food court, pretty lame.

    Cheers,
    Nash

  • Nash

    11 years ago

    Hello Mark What is the name of your favorite Indian Restaurant in Pahurat, and how do I get there? You got me all excited to eat scrumptious Indian curry with roti.
    I was in Yangon and naturally enjoyed the local delicacies, but found some good Indian places serving South Indian Thali for $1.20 for unlimited food, so I think if you head to the correct location you can get great Indian food cheap.

    cheers
    Nash

  • Damien

    11 years ago

    Hey Mark,
    Became a fan recently and love your Thai food adventures. But got wondering that I love spicy thai food but also love a cold beer with it! Yet I’ve never seen you having a beer with your meal. Any reason? Sorry may seem like a silly question