The Top 10 Indian Dishes – Patiaala House

Indian cuisine is a microcosm that reflects diversity in Indian culture and its lifestyle across the subcontinent. Spices, ingredients, cooking utensils, and even condiments change from dish to dish. For someone not too familiar with the multifarious food items that together make the Indian cuisine, it could be difficult to pick which dish to begin at an Indian restaurant.

Whether you are an Indian or a Thai looking for Indian food in Bangkok, the cure to this gastronomical confusion is to head straight to the Patiaala House restaurant for Indian food. Patiala House is an authentic Indian restaurant in Bangkok with an extensive Indian food menu that also includes 10 most famous dishes of The Land of Spices.

1. Samosas

Filled with delectable spiced potatoes, these fried or baked triangular pastries leave a savory aftertaste, leaving the gourmet craving for just one more.

2. Butter Chicken

Originating in India itself, this dish is prepared with succulent chicken in the peppery thick gravy of mildly spiced tomato sauce. It is often served with rumali roti (thin flatbread) or naan (leavened oven-baked flatbread).

3. Malai Kofta

Malai kofta are vegetable meatballs dunked in rich and creamy gravy. Variety in these scrummy kofta are found in galore. Some are cooked with a mix of potatoes, carrots, beans, and peas, while some also include sweet corn or just paneer (cheese).

4. Hyderabadi Biryani

Biryani hails from the house of Nizam and is served in various forms surrounding both vegetarian and non-vegetarian versions of it. A beautifully layered dish which is almost a gastronomic art form, Hyderabadi biryani is a must-try Indian delicacy.

5. Dosa

Dosa is essentially a South Indian dish prepared in the form of a thin and crispy crepe. This dish is as healthy as it is delicious. Made with fermented batter of rice and white lentil, it is served with filling of potatoes or onions. The dish is relished with sambhar and coconut chutney.

6. Chaat

Often referred to as the street food of India, chaat is an evening snack that is a popular choice of dish throughout the nation. It is not a single dish per se, but an amalgamation of many seasoned dishes including pani puri or golgappa, pav bhaji, sev puri, vada pao, tikki, and more. These savory snacks are known to be spicy and change depending on which region of India you are in.

7. Chhole Bhature

This appetizing dish can be your breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Served with onion salad, Chhole Bhature is one of the heavy meals served in India which includes deep-fried round Indian bread made of white flour and side dish prepared with chickpeas.

8. Tandoori Chicken

Originated in then-India city Peshawar, this chicken dish is prepared with roasted chicken pieces marinated in yogurt and spices on a tandoor or charcoal/clay oven. It is often served as a starter or with rice and onion salad.

9. Daal Makhni

Daal Makhni is a popular Punjabi dish that is served in almost all other states of India. The dish is made with whole black lentils and kidney beans with a slice of butter on top. Its creamy, savory flavor tastes best with roti (flatbread), rice, and naan.  

10. Kebabs

Introduced by the Mughals, kebabs are now a popular go-to dish in India. Made most commonly with minced vegetables, mutton, fish, or chicken, they are cooked in skewers over a charcoal fire.

All of these mouth-watering dishes are available in the comprehensive menu of Patiaala House. It caters to those who dine in as well as those who order Indian food online.

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