The five best restaurants near BTS Sala Daeng
All five senses come alive at Everyday by Karmakamet, a lovely café bearing the name of the famous local scents brand. An enchanting aroma hits your nostrils as soon as you step into the blue-painted entrance, immediately making you fall in love with the place.
People these days prefer the eye-catching decorative restaurants, that they forget about the taste sometimes. It is important that not only the restaurant looks good, but the food looks and tastes great too.
Renovated their restaurant by transform the second floor into a billboard and bus stop setting while most of the first floor remains the same, besides the change of color. For the highlight dishes, try paella de mariscos—seafood paella with squid, clams, prawns and mussels, almejas marinera—clams in a fisherman sauce, pinchito moruno—spicy beef skewers, or if you are not that hungry, indulge your palate with churros con chocolate caliente (churros with hot chocolate). Visit Tapas and enjoy their signature cocktails like la botella (passionfruit, orange and grapefruit) or ron pomelo while chilling out and listening to deep house music.
Speaking about Indian food, many Bangkokians might not be so familiar with, but Indian food is inspiration to plenty of cuisines around the globe. Himali Cha Cha & son has proven its success by branching out into three areas, the original branch is situated on Charoen Krung road. Himali Cha Cha & son’s real highlights are tandori chicken—fermented chicken with yogurt and herbs charcoal grilled accompanied with naan, Chicken Kashmiri and lamb curry.