Review: JHOL Bangkok’s New Restaurant, Sukhumvit 18


Easy access from Asoke BTS Station, a fresh new concept by chef Hari Nayak that will excite senses and challenge perception of Indian cuisine as we know it.

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A casual set up, relax atmosphere, beautiful design restaurant is a perfect place for catch up daylight lunch with friends or a dinner with you loved one.

The distinctive cuisine at restaurant JHOL is focused on the regions around Konkan and Malabar on the West Coast as well as Chettinad, Pondicherry and Bay of Bengal on the East Coast of India.

Creative cocktails  – for wine lovers, a great progressive list is available with garage new world wines at reasonable prices.

Overall, a great opportunity to sample some of the best costal cuisines of India with light aromatic and curry flavours, high quality sourced meat & chicken, seafood main courses and appetizers, as opposed to rich and heavy Indian northern cuisines offered in many other Indian restaurants in Bangkok.
Mini Appam: Spicy young jackfruit, purple potato crisp

Chef Hari Nayak was born and raised with humble roots in a small coastal town called Udupi in Southern India, a region that is famous for its amazing culture and cuisine. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park New York, he started his career at the 3 star Michelin restaurant Daniel under celebrated chef Daniel Boulud in New York city.

Highly recommended: Massala Maska Bun served with Pat Haji Butter, Pani Puri: passion fruit, avocado, jicama, Sol Kadi Ceviche: Local sea bass, hokum jus, crispy ginger, or check out Spicy Prawn Koliwada: Red chilli, curd rice, rice crisp
The menu at Jhol is a unique experience inspired by the incredible regional delicacies of coastal India using best of seasonal Thai produce. The menu is mostly designed for sharing, a unique blend of ethnic and progressive dishes. Also, signature concoctions are carefully crafted to complement the food menu.
Ghee Roast Chicken: Kundapur red masala, crispy cone dosa
Chef Hari is also an author of seven cookbooks including the best seller Modern Indian Cooking. Chef Hari is eager to showcase his roots and heritage through restaurant JHOL to the local Thai market.
Mango Kulfi: White chocolate kaffir lime cream, fennel

7/2 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110
Tel: 02 004 7174

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