Delhi Sweets

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )

191/34 Soi Puttha Osot (at Siparya/Puttha South), Bangkok, Thailand, 10500

Indian food, sweets and snacks. Has Wi-Fi. Directions: Enter from the Mahesak side of Puttha Osot and not from the New Road section as the new highway blocks you. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Fast food, Delivery, Take-out

8 Reviews

First Review by enRoute

cheap food but good quality - Edit

Hidden shop, looks dodgy but compared to everywhere else the food was cheap and actually really good!

Pros: tasty food , cheap

Cons: seemed dirty/ not like a proper restrauant

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delicious food and very nice staff - Edit

We arrived to Delhi Sweets in the afternoon.its not on a main road but the happy cow app map was spot on. Very good food! The aloo jerra and Mattar paneer are fantastic! Even grabbed some sweets to go as they have a nice selection. Best northern Indian food I have had in Bangkok.

Pros: delicious and affordable

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Minimalist, Bland and Overpriced - Edit

We came here because, relatively speaking, the dishes were inexpensive compared to other veg Indian eateries in the area; and discovered that this was because each 'dish' was nothing more than an appetiser. At 20 THB a plate - almost the price of a local meal - we expected the serving of rice to be an adequate amount, but were forced to order several chappattis (also tiny) to accompany the child's-size servings of 'curry'. As if that wasn't disappointing enough, the meals were fairy tasteless and uninspired - worse than anything I've ever made at home - and the vegetable curry, which the owner described as being composed of capsicum and other vegetables, consisted of only diced carrot and beans (COMPLETELY DEVOID OF CAPSICUM!!!), and contained enough salt to float Donald Trump's corpse.

To top it off, the owner attempted to rip us off when paying the bill - adding a mysterious 25% to the plain rice, and additional 12% 'VAT' - neither of which appear on the menu. If you are game to dine at this place, make sure you check every item on the bill.

Updated from previous review on 2017-02-03

Cons: tiny portions, misrepresented dishes, bland uninspired fare, extremely overpriced, mysterious additions to the bill

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Great Indian Food! - Edit

A great place for great vegetarian Indian food. Really authentic Indian taste, and a friendly staff!

Pros: Clean, Good price, Fresh

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The best meal I have had in Bangkok! - Edit

The menu had a good selection of dishes. I was able to eat with my hands as if in India and it felt great! The staff were able to speak English which was so helpful. The other costumers were smiley and it felt like a really relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant is not fancy, it is basic but clean and cheap! It is located down a few small roads making it slightly difficult to find without using a map. I will return to it again asap!!

Pros: Delicious authentic Indian food

Cons: It would be great if there were short descriptions, Vegan dishes not specified on menu, assured by sta

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Better Indian - Edit

Despite not having received any attention on Happycow in the last years, this small eatery is still a decent place for a simple Indian meal. Staff is okay, the room no-frills. There's a range of about 20 different meals (฿60 to ฿100, rice to be ordered separately) and a choice of sweets. I had a vegetable paneer and plain rice - tasty, clean and as expected.

Pros: tasty, casual, affordable

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best food for veg people - Edit

its small and restourent but the food was excellent,and sweets allso very nice same like jaipur.and one thing is its near jain tempal in bangkok and they provide jain food also.and last time he delivered food at my home in sukhumvit. if any body want to go there just ask for jain tempal in bangkok.

Pros: excellent food, healthy , excellent sweets

Cons: good service, clene, good value

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nice little spot right next to Herwin's - Edit

small, humble little place just a couple of doors down from Herwin's Cafe. the best way to find it would be to go to Herwin's website and follow that simple map. not too much stock that I saw other than some nice samosas and Indian sweets. good option if you arrive (like I did!) at Herwin's on a Monday or Tuesday when they're closed.

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JohnnySensible 22 Feb 2013 - Herwin's moved a few months ago to - 293/32 Soi Kamchai Iamsuri (10500) (opposite Bangkok Gem & Jewelry Tower on Suriwong Rd)

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