Chef Amit Kumar, who joined the team in 2017 as the new executive chef, has cooked in some of the best kitchens in India, including the Oberoi Gurgaon, The Roseate, and at the Amanbagh. Since 2016, Indus has been in collaboration with Dr. Pushpesh Pant – professor, author, TV show host, and one of India’s leading experts on indian cuisine. Together with chef Amit, they have revived long-lost recipes that are extremely difficult to find.
Indus has consistently maintained its high standards and dedication to serving authentic Mughalai style indian cuisine since 2005. The restaurant, set in a 1960s art deco house, comprises an elegant dining room, a capacious bar, a tropical garden with alfresco seating, and private dining room. Although very popular with expatriates, indus is credited for initiating (and converting) many Thai diners to being fans of indian cuisine. Indus proprietor Sid Sehgal graduated from New York University in 2004 and returned to bangkok with a desire to “create a fresh and vibrant Indian restaurant with high quality ingredients, creative presentation, and most importantly – delicious food.”