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Jadho Khassi Pork Rice

My food coma tours of undiscovered India are the subject matter of this travelogue, also known as the menu of Tapori. My passion for food took me across India, discovering its hidden culinary treasures in family kitchens. As I crisscrossed India's 28 states and 8 union territories, I was introduced to traditions passed down through generations, family recipes held close, and spice combinations that opened my mind to new experiences.


Each dish on the menu is a chapter from my travelogue, a tale crafted to transport you to a compass point in India. Let your taste buds lead the narrative, my menu be your guide, your curiosity your compass as you step inside Tapori. This foodie trail skips the usual stops like butter chicken galli and dal makhani lane; you're about to venture into uncharted territory.

The Space

Tapori’s interiors seamlessly blend modern elements with traditional Indian accents, creating an elegant and warm setting that’s both intimate and sophisticated. Past the 200-year-old wooden door from Rajasthan, the decor pays homage to India’s rich artistic heritage. From the geometric patterns of Warli art and the tribal motifs of Bastar to the detailed narratives of Madhubani and the vibrancy of Pichwai art, each storied art form celebrates India’s unique visual language. A towering hand-cut mirror mosaic of a preening peacock and a 32-foot long oil on canvas of the backwaters of Kerala animate the space, bridging the gap between contemporary design and traditional artistry. Around the property, a parade of colourful Indian elephants punctuates the aesthetic. At Tapori, the stories aren’t just on your plate.

Wall Art Installation Of Tapori Restaurant Sukhumvit Bangkok
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