Saturday, January 23, 2010
Where Slumdog Becomes a King
Whether we are not a slumdog or a millionaire, all of us enjoy to be fed like maha raja (the greatest king), at least for a night. Pleaseeeeeeee!
Spicy MahaRaja, the restaurant with northern Indian accent in Central World Plaza (and a branch on Surawong Road) didn't offer royal service but brought us tandoori, curry, masala, and nan that we could enjoy in line with the privilege to a maha raja. Taste is friendly to all ages and nationals yet authentic. Spiciness in your dishes (esp. curries) is on your own hand, as simply choose from a 'spicy' scale of 0 to 50, namely from mild to super hot, that suit all-palate of liking. Level one is the kind of curry even a baby can eat.
Price is on the modest side and service is of those mall restaurants standard.
Spicy MahaRaja Indian Restaurant ***
7th Floor Central World Plaza
4 Rajdamri Road
Patumwan, Bangkok 10330
Open daily : 11 am - 9:30 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 1,200
* (update 2011-04-01: Spicy MahaRaja had been moved to Pratunam area, near Baiyoke Sky Hotel)