Himali Cha Cha Restaurant

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Bangkok’s Best Indian Cuisine since 1979


Visit our three locations in Bangkok, Thailand

SOI 31



Sukhumvit Soi 31 (near Phrom Pong BTS) tel. 02259-6677

2nd branch on Convent Road in Silom (near the Sala Daeng BTS station; tel. 02238-1478)

The original branch on Bangrak Charoenkrung Soi 47/1 tel 02235-1569.

A Taste of Our Menu.

Our house specialties include a mutton barbecue, chicken tikka, and chicken masala. The Indian thali plates (a large plate with a variety of item to sample -- similar to an appetizer plate) and much more.


  • Mix Vegetables Pakoras
  • Deep Fried Pieces in tasty pastry (visit us for more selection)


  • Tandoori Chicken (half or full)
  • Tandoori Mint Chicken (half or full)
  • (visit us for more selection)


  • Mutton Korma - Rich, creamy curry of the northern Moghuls
  • Mutton Boti Depezia - Grill lamb cook with famed Indian blending with onion, spices (visit us for more selection)


  • Fish Kashmiri - A rich mild Himalayan blend with fresh spice leaf and yogurt
  • Bengali Fish Curry - An old staple of Cha Cha’s native Bengal. Usually Quoi Fish (visit us for more selection)

Himali Cha Cha Indian Cuisine is located with three branches throughout Bangkok, Thailand. When visiting our restaurant, be sure to try our delicious breads and mango lassi (yogurt drinks). Our northern Indian cuisine is served in a pleasantly informal setting with beautiful Mogul decor.Price above is in Thai Baht currency. Price are subject to change without notice. Visit our restaurant for more expanded menu list.

We have more variety in our restaurant menus such as selections of Nans, Chapati, Variety of Soups, Dahl, Masala, Vegetarian Dishes, Palak Paneer, Aloo Ghobi, Bindi Masala, and a wide range of Chicken dishes such as our delicious Butter Chicken and more.


Mr. Cha Cha spent over 40 years cooking around the world before establishing Himali Cha Cha in 1980. One of his first jobs on the staff of Lord Mountbatten of India in the 1940s-set the high note his career was to follow; cooking for the rich, powerful and famous. They expected and got, the very best-Cha Cha's "special" cooking.

Himali Cha Cha Indian Cuisine now has 3 restaurants throughout Bangkok and managed in the capable hands of Mr. Cha Cha's son Kovit Sarcar.


In 1998, Kovit took the plunge in managing Himali Cha Cha and leased a big old house on Sukhumvit Soi 35, creating the second Himali Cha cha. The atmosphere is very inviting with Red tablecloths, Mughal arches, low lighting, rartan seating, with background of authentic indian music. Further, to make sure the food is always satisfactory, Kovit himself takes charge of the kitchen.


Following customer's demand of more space, In 2006, The 2nd restaurant at Sukhumvit Soi 35 was moved to a bigger and beautiful building in Sukhumvit Soi 31 (Two blocks away). The new address for Himali Cha Cha 2 is:  Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok, Thailand. Phone:  02-259-6677 or 02-259-6900.

After Indian independence, Mr. Cha Cha took a career as a chef for Indian Ambassadors abroad. His last diplomatic posting was in Laos, where he got married, then set up a small restaurant by the morning market. His name spread among the Indian food lovers, though his old friends, Ambassadors and diplomats remained prominent among diners there. In 1977 Cha Cha and hisThai family moved to Bangkok, Thailand. In Bangkok, HIMALI CHA CHA grew from demand for Cha Cha's cooking, his rare skill with spices and flavors.





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