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48 Hours in Bangkok: INDDEE in Bangkok

As part of our 48 Hours in Bangkok series, Metro.Style visited INDEE who just got its Michelin-star early this year!

What if you only had 48 hours in a city? This special travel series from Metro will take you across different destinations, highlighting the hotels, restaurants, and destinations you must not miss.
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One of the most enchanting aspects of Bangkok is its ability to surprise you at every corner. Just a turn down a narrow Soi can transport you from the bustling streets of the capital to a serene haven. And nestled within the lively Lumphini district, off the vibrant Langsuan Road, lies a true gem for food aficionados: Inddee.


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This modern Indian dining paradise, who just got its Michelin star a few months ago, occupies the former space of the renowned Gaggan Anand, transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed by Matteo Messervy, a master of lighting, Inddee exudes an ethereal charm, with mist gently enveloping the lush garden, creating a dreamlike ambiance both inside and out.


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Step through the glass corridor and enter the realm of head chef Sachin Poojary and his talented team, poised to take you on a gastronomic journey inspired by diverse regions of India. With Chef Sachin's background in Mumbai's fine dining scene, including his tenure at Wasabi By Morimoto, precision and presentation are paramount in every dish.


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The menu at Inddee is a collaborative ode to the chefs' experiences and travels across India, featuring ingredients sourced from various regions. Take, for example, the rare morel mushrooms from Kashmir, delicately stuffed and served atop saffron pulao, creating a symphony of flavors that captivate the palate.


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Check out the gallery below for the different dishes we got to try at Inddee! 

In a culinary landscape where bold flavors are celebrated, Inddee stands out as a beacon of authenticity and innovation. Here, every dish is a testament to the rich tapestry of Indian cuisine, inviting guests on a sensory voyage that transcends borders. And the fact that this culinary oasis lies just two hours from Singapore adds an unexpected twist to the adventure, making it a must-visit destination for discerning palates seeking a taste of India in the heart of Bangkok.