Mouthwatering.

From the gorgeous 1960s house and garden to the hyper-vigilant service and unctuous curries, Indus has represented the peak of northern Indian dining in Bangkok for over a decade.

It's not all hearty Indian comfort-food classics (though there's certainly nothing wrong with that)—Indus' tasting menus are known to take the cuisine in more modern, challenging directions.

That's largely the work of chef Amit Kumar, who this Mar 22-28 will take diners on an all-new six-course culinary journey covering "dishes that you've never seen before" as part of BK's Top Tables Champions series.

Prices start at just B1,400++ for the veg option, for which you’re rewarded with rich and creamy palak paneer and flavor-packed daal dhokli, among much, much more.

Meat-lovers are looked after with a menu (B1,600++) charting delicious fare like the succulent raan sikandari (7-hour-slow-cooked mutton), butter chicken and sarhadi champ (tandoori lamb chops) 

Those dishes are just the tip of the iceberg for what promises to a flavor-forward feast. See the full menus here. In addition, both are available with wine pairing (coming in at a total B2,600++ and B2,800++, respectively)

Top Tables Champions runs from Mar 21-Apr 7 and sees over 20 of the city's top restaurants to offer amazing fixed price menus and other culinary experiences. Book your spot for Indus here

71 Sukhumvit Soi 26, 02-258-4900