You could see that coming. You get to the Rembrandt hotel. You cross the huge and luxurious hall, get into the elevator and press the floor number twenty six. You get out of the elevator and you find a nice desk and a wall full of titles and awards the restaurant has won over the years. You talk to the chef and tells you he left his native India to go abroad to work as a cook and finally just over a decade ago, remained in the Thai capital.
Its cuisine is centered on the typical gastronomy of northern India. We tried their signature dishes, and in my case I definitely felt in love with ‘Tandoori prawns‘. Eugenia also loved it but her favorite was the ‘Roganjosh Kashmiri‘, pot-roasted mutton cooked in thick onion gravy with indian spices, finger-licking!
It was a pleasure to be able to eat again garlic nan combining it with chutneys, sauces and all the food in general. All this being accompanied with sips of delicious mango lassi. And to finish? Of course, my favorite dessert in the world since I first tried it: Gulab jamun.
Rang Mahal is certainly one of those restaurants that leave its mark on you. Not only for the delicious Indian food, but also because of the atmosphere created by the incredible views over the city, the excellent treat of the staff and the sweet sound of live Indian music.