Little garden cafe at the back of Suananda Wellness center, tucked in an alley steps from the Myanmar embassy. Serves traditional Indian as well an a la carte menu of international food. Cooking is based on the Ayurvedic principle. Beverages include Ayurvedic tea, fresh juices, saffron & almond milkshake. Staff speak English. Opened since Mar 2013. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, International, Juice bar, Ayurvedic
109/9 Thanon Pan, Silom
Bangkok, Thailand 10500
022381733
Now Open

Mon-Sat 9:30am-9:00pm

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  • Outdoor seating
  • Accepts credit cards
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First Review by Tereza-soucitne.cz
jollypig
jollypig
  • vegetarian
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+101

It's Good

5
Posted on 02 / 11 / 2016

Nice little restaurant located in a street with many other veggie/vegan options. I had the daily special for lunch, which was a selection of veggies in Indian style with rice and bread. It was tasty, healthy and inexpensive (300 for the food and one drink).

Pros: Healthy food, Inexpensive, Relaxed atmosphere
KomalKokoAndorinha
KomalKokoAndorinha
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+33

Ayurvedic wholesome food

4
Posted on 01 / 19 / 2016

Stayed at cooper hostel so it is only a short walk to this lovely place from there. Had dahl set meal. Tasty and nutritious with a choice of three different flavoured waters.

Pros: wholesome, good value, free flavoured waters
Cons: not as flavourful as other Indian food
Labylala
Labylala
  • vegan
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+179

An excellent experience

5
Posted on 12 / 26 / 2015

We accidentally stumbled upon this neat place after being rejected at Bonita Cafe (booked for a private party). Our meal was fulfilling and delicious. It's not savory but can taste the wholesomeness and healthy food. No MSG or too much oil, and so we can really taste every flavor of the vegetables used. Good vegan friendly options. The best would be the soup and pomodoro pasta. Spent ~ $700 including tip to feed two hungry people. Best money spent on vegan food so far... Very serene environment and deco. Very friendly staff.

Pros: healthy food taste, friendly staff, serene atmosphere
Cons: mosquitos outside, stay indoors!

Eric_
Eric_
  • vegetarian
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+274

Blend

3
Posted on 11 / 29 / 2015

The food I had didn't taste much at all. And I understand that it is actually an ayurvedic centre of some kind ... but still can't really appreciate people talking to me about this kind of "scientific" (oh yeah?) stuff. One can be a vegetarian without being a 70s hippie, right?


Cons: The usage of the word "scientific"
Mostly Amelie
Mostly Amelie
  • vegan
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+20

Delicious healthy Indian food in Bangkok

5
Posted on 11 / 08 / 2015

Sua­nanda is an Ayurvedic well­ness cen­ter with a lovely café, a yoga and med­i­ta­tion hall host­ing var­i­ous classes and work­shops, a small shop and an Ayurvedic con­sul­ta­tion cen­ter offer­ing med­ical treat­ments, ther­a­pies and mas­sage such as shi­rod­hara (pour­ing of oil on the fore­head). The food at the cafe is whole­some and pre­pared with care and any­thing can be made vegan. Unlike the Indian food I am used to where things gen­er­ally swim in a pool of oil, every­thing at Sua­nanda is fresh, light and healthy. Every­thing is pre­pared with organic ingre­di­ents and will leave you feel­ing light and ener­gized thanks to the cook­ing that is based on Ayurvedic prin­ci­ples, using the right com­bi­na­tion of food and spices to aid diges­tion. You can pick from one of the daily grains on offer (quinoa, rye, bar­ley, cracked wheat, cracked oat or ama­ranth) which can be sub­sti­tuted to the organic rice. The poha (flat­tened rice) with nuts and veg­eta­bles was a lit­tle like fried rice, except it was light, fluffy and not greasy at all — the tex­ture of the flat­tened rice grains reminded me a lit­tle of fresh coconut and the fla­vors were spot on — I love cumin. The morn­ing glory frit­ters were sur­pris­ingly really light and a very inven­tive – and espe­cially tasty — use of my beloved morn­ing glory. The accom­pa­ny­ing dip­ping sauces were great – the minty one packs a punch! The sprouted fin­ger mil­let crepe stuffed with spinach (ask for no cheese) was a great vari­a­tion on the tra­di­tional South Indian dosa; I found the mouth­feel actu­ally nicer than a tra­di­tional dosa: fluffy and chewy, a lit­tle like an actual crepe. I’m assum­ing the taste is bet­ter with the cheese, but I really enjoyed this nonethe­less. Same goes for the beet­root paran­thas: it’s a sim­ple, fresh and well exe­cuted dish that is not oily at all. The beet­root is still very crunchy, the tex­ture is spot on and the accom­pa­ny­ing minty sauce is lovely. The prices at Sua­nanda are very rea­son­able. Make sure you sit out back in the lovely gar­den. A really nice take on Indian food.

Photos and more at http://mostlyamelie.com/15-vegan-restaurants-to-try-in-bangkok/


Bettyblue
Bettyblue
  • vegetarian
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+11

Suananda kitchen

5
Posted on 07 / 11 / 2015

Delicious fresh yummy Indian home made dishes, a great choice of sets for lunch in a quiet and green atmosphere, very friendly staff ... beautiful people! and now easy to find with a very visible board at the entry of this green soi on Thanon Pan... Ayurveda and yoga also available... don't miss it !


oblako2000
oblako2000
  • vegan
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+44

Very nice place!

5
Posted on 02 / 21 / 2015

A little bit hard to find, but it definitly worth it! There is a light box sign "Susnanda welness center" on the street. Very quite and autentic. We ordered "day special set" and it was very tasty! 180 baht.


Tereza-soucitne.cz
Tereza-soucitne.cz
  • vegan
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+258

Wrong address?

2
Posted on 01 / 31 / 2014

We could not find this restaurant (according to the map) and we think it does not exist anymore.


  • Bettyblue
    Bettyblue

    This restaurant still existing, it is located at the end of a sub soi on Thanon Pan (the street of the Indian temple/ Silom), the sign "Suananda" is at the entry of the sub soi... it is +/- opposite to Bonita and close to Chennai kitchen. I really recommend it, lovely atmosphere and very great food! fresh, testy, unique... VERY YUMMY! close on Sunday

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