Treat Your Taste Buds To Scrumptious Thai Food At These Restaurants In Bengaluru

Thai cuisine is one of the most delectable cuisines of the world and a lesson in delicately balancing sweet, sour, salty and spicy. When in Bengaluru, here are some eateries offering Thai food that you should explore.

Published On Sep 19, 2023 | Updated On Mar 07, 2024


Bengaluru, one of India’s most dynamic metro cities is known for being a cultural hotspot. Not only does it have bits and pieces of India’s many cultures packed into its landscape, but the city has also evolved to include many global cultures as well, especially in its food scene. The effects of this interesting mix-and-match of all these cultures have resulted in Bengaluru carving a unique space that it enjoys today.

One such global cuisine that the city has perfected and made one of its own is the delectable Thai cuisine. The wholesome flavours of this cuisine, ranging from the spiciest to sweet to a little bit of everything are something that the people of Bengaluru enjoy. These Thai restaurants in Bengaluru are always bringing refreshing ways to recreate age-old recipes while keeping their traditional essence intact, delivering exciting dining experiences. A balance between innovation and tradition is what keeps the Thai food scene in Bengaluru a true foodie’s delight, guaranteeing a memorable experience.

A few of Bengaluru’s best Thai restaurants that you should give a try

This pan-Asian restaurant chain is responsible for livening up the East Asian food scenario in Bengaluru. Playing on the visuals as well as the traditional flavours of these cuisines, The Fatty Bao’s food is a treat for the eyes as well, along with your taste buds, thanks to the rich taste as well as colours on the plate. Bringing an exciting mix of fusion recipes and familiar Thai recipes, The Fatty Bao will definitely be a dining experience to remember. 
What to try: Thai yellow curry, grilled fish in lemongrass sauce, tom yum tofu and crackling spinach bao, fatty pad thai, etc.
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 12 pm – 11:30 pm 
Cost for two: Rs 2000 (approx.)

The pan-Asian eatery chain Foo brings the familiar goodness of Thai cuisine to its visitors in refreshing new ways. A sprightly restaurant with modern touches both, to their interiors as well as their food, Foo has brought on a much-needed freshness and exciting innovation. The restaurant presents delicious fusion recipes that are a delectable ode to the essence of Thai flavours.
What to try: Tom Yum prawn soup, Thai Me Up, golden sea bass, etc.
Location: 105, 106 And 202, Plot 169, Forum Rex Walk, Brigade Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru
Timings: 12 pm – 1 am
Cost for two: Rs 2000 (approx.)

Nestled in the quaint vicinity of the Oberoi, the beautiful location of Rim Naam is expertly matched by the high quality of the food it offers. Taking the traditional flavours, celebrating them and presenting them in all their authentic glory is what makes this restaurant one of the best restaurants in Bengaluru. The aesthetic of the restaurant elevates the dining experience, making for a truly memorable affair.
What to try: Pad Thai, satay gai, coconut curry, slow-baked lemon and chilli cake, etc.
Location: The Oberoi, 37-39, MG Road, Bengaluru
Timings: 12:30 pm – 3 pm and 7 pm – 11:30 pm
Cost for two: Rs 5000 (approx.)

Thai Basil is an initiative of a Thai national who wanted to bring true, authentic Thai flavours to the bustling Bengaluru. With beautifully designed interiors, including a charming outside–sitting area, and delicious Thai food, you will want to come back for more every time you crave Thai food. With a focus on ensuring the highest quality of the food, eating out at Thai Basil will make you feel like you have ended up in a Thai neighbourhood itself.
What to try: Tom Yum soup, Thai spice, lab gai, meang kam, mango sticky rice, fried tofu with peanut sauce, etc.
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 11:30 am – 11 pm
Cost for two: Rs 1500 (approx.)

Striving to bring delicious Thai food to Bengaluru and its people at a pocket-friendly price, Auntie Fung is one of the most popular Asian street food restaurants in Bengaluru offering lip-smacking dishes that are so intricately balanced in taste, the restaurant has become a top favourite. This restaurant is a must-try for a good, old taste of some of the best Thai food Bengaluru has to offer.
What to try: Thai green curry, Thai connection bao, chicken satay, Thai basil prawns, etc.
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 12 pm – 11 pm 
Cost for two: Rs 1000 (approx.)

The ingredients that go into making Thai food the delicacy it is known as in the world, have been expertly used by this restaurant to come up with a unique menu that is an eccentric mix of delicious food as well as drinks, celebrating these very ingredients. The combination and pairing of the food with the complementing drinks make for an innovative experience, allowing One Night in Bangkok to stand out from other restaurants. 
What to try: Yum mamuang salad, larb gai, popiah tod, thai fried calamari, pad krapow gai, etc.
Location: UB City, 203, 2nd Floor, The Collection, 24, Vittal Mallya Road, Near Lavelle Road, Bengaluru
Timings: 12 pm – 4 pm and 7 pm – 1 am (Monday closed)
Cost for two: Rs 2500 (approx.)

This all-vegetarian Thai restaurant in Bengaluru focuses on bringing the deliciousness of Thai cuisine to everyone, irrespective of their dietary choices. A cosy aesthetic clubbed with vibrant flavours will make this all-vegetarian version of Thai cuisine become your new favourite. 
What to try: Soya satay, Thai coriander and vegetable soup, Thai red curry, phad see ew style drunken noodles, tub tim krob, etc.
Location: 16, 2nd Floor, 1st A Cross, 17th Main Road, Koramangala 5th Block, Bangalore
Timings: 12 pm – 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm (Monday – Friday) 12 pm – 11:30 pm (Saturday – Sunday) 
Cost for two: Rs 2000 (approx.)

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