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Incredible Indian food at Tapori Bkk

From Mumbai's streets to the Himalayas, Tapori on Sukhumvit 47 offers a menu that goes beyond clichéd Indian cuisine, showcasing the rich tapestry of the Incredible India's gastronomic heritage

Tapori, (Hindi slang for ‘wanderer’ ) is the culmination of extensive travels and research inviting diners to explore the lesser-known treasures of India.

I enjoyed their Siddu (stuffed dumplings) from Himachal Pradesh, Andhra-style squid, scallop ceviche from Goa, Kheema Ghotala (ground beef in spices) from Mumbai.

Don’t forget to taste regional favourites like Natukozhi Pulusu, a rustic chicken dish from Telangana, and traditional vegetarian dishes like the potato and banana blossom Mochar Chop from West Bengal and the hearty Rajasthani lentil and millet porridge, Bajra Khichda, and you really cannot miss a sweet ending with benami kheer and/ or idukki gold

Tapori’s interiors here are instagrammable beautifully blending modern elements with traditional Indian accents for an elegant and warm ambiance that feels both intimate and sophisticated.

Enter Tapori through the 200-year-old wooden door carefully imported all the way from Rajasthan leading you to the sprawling bungalow decorated a collection of artwork that draws from the country’s vast cultural traditions. The bold, black and white floor sets a striking foundation, harmonising with the warm tones of woven leather chairs and marble-esque tables that glow invitingly from within.

Come visit Tapori for their beautiful space and an unforgettable culinary journey across India, it’s just 10 mins of walking distance from EmQuartier / Phrom Phong BTS

Address: 22/2 Sukhumvit Soi 47, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

Tel: +66-645-693-798

Opening Hours: Dinner – Tuesday to Sunday: 5.30 pm-10:30 pm

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