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  • Writer's picturerohit sharma

Bangkok, a global hub for culinary exploration, is witnessing a refreshing wave – the rise of Indian coastal cuisine in fine dining.

Gone are the days of menus featuring only North Indian dishes like chicken Tikka Masala, butter chicken, and daal makhani. The capital’s diners are now embarking on a delicious journey along India’s vast coastline, experiencing a kaleidoscope of flavors unique to each region.

This shift reflects a growing interest in more regional Indian cuisine, as Chef-owner Rohit Sharma of the newly opened Tapori puts it. Diners are “explorers” seeking “bold flavors, aromatic spices,” and the inherent health benefits associated with Indian vegetarian options.

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