#RadarReview: Rang Mahal Is The Place To Indulge In  Northern Indian Cuisine

Think beyond palak paneer and butter chicken here at Rang Mahal. 

Rang Mahal within Rembrandt Hotel & Suites Bangkok has successfully and felicitously managed to marry old traditions and new innovations of Northern Indian cuisine for over two decades. 

The Bangkok rooftop restaurant slings out both favourites, such as palak paneer and butter chicken as well as innovative, out-of-the-box options for adventurous palates, which makes it a place for multi-generational foodies. 

Situated on the 26th floor, the restaurant offers an exceptional cityscape of the Big Mango to go with your excellent meal. 

It’s an ideal spot to visit with your partner for a romantic date night or with friends for a fun night out on the rooftop bar situated right next to the restaurant. Craft your game plan according to the group’s liking: A) drinks then food or B) food then drinks. Whatever floats the gang’s boat, Rang Mahal will be your perfect one-stop culinary destination for the night. If you’re more of a bruncher? The venue also does Sunday Brunch weekly from 12-3 pm. 

We got to try their latest tasting menu. Here’s our recap from the night of good food and good service.

Course 1: Street – Puffed Rice/Spiced Yoghurt Foam/Beetroot Reduction 

Course 2: Ferment – Portobello/Crabmeat/Gun Powder 

Course 3: Sea – Snow Fish/Mustard/Cucumber Salad 

Course 4: Moilee – King Prawn/Coconut Gravy/Milagai Podi Rice

Course 5: Land – Lamb/Baby Potato

 Course 6: Sweet – Milk Cake/Saffron 

For more information about the restaurant, check https://www.rembrandtsukhumvit.com/rang-mahal.php 

(All images courtesy of Rang Mahal)