Navrang Mahal – some like it HOT

Our second annual Bhut Jolokia “Ghost Chili” Challenge has been rescheduled to be held on Friday 6th November 2015 at 7pm at Navrang Mahal Indian Restaurant located at the Karon Sea Sands Resort & Spa.

Why not take up the challenge to be one of those capable of finishing a bowl of Ghost Chili Curry and be in the running to win some fantastic prizes. Judges will also be on the lookout for the contestant with the most “expressive facial feature” – it could be you!!

*Entry fee is set at 200 baht per contestant with a limit of 20 entrants*


This will be an exciting fun filled night for everyone, so why not reserve a table, organise a group of friends and enjoy not only the Chili Challenge but our Curry Friday Buffet.

*Note: Chili Challenge entrance fee is 200 baht per person and is only open to those participating in the Curry Friday Buffet at 399 baht per person. Chili Challenge is limited to 20 people.

Contact us on or phone 076 286464

Have you heard the latest news ?
You can now satisfy your curry cravings every Friday evening for the super hot price of only 399 baht per person. So get yourself along to our “all you can eat” Indian Curry Buffet and be sure to bring your friends – enjoy a fabulous night of delicious food, friendship & live entertainment.


Medicine cabinet in your kitchenTurmeric most often appears in Indian cuisine, as its flavor is enhanced by curry, cumin and citrus. Modern medicine confirms turmeric has health-benefits, too. Turmeric is helpful in the fight against the common cold and respiratory problems, and research is currently exploring its use in managing heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Spice up your dinner routine with Indian Mango Dhal for a flavor-packed ethnic meal made at home.

More than 60 different types of dal (or dhal) are made across India. The basic dish contains lentils or other legumes flavoured with aromatics and spices.

Here’s this month’s recipe – Indian Mango Dhal – a delightful dish where yellow lentils (toor dal) and mango are cooked in a more traditional Southern Indian style which is soup like. Both ripe and under ripe mango will work; less-ripe mango imparts a tart flavour and holds its shape, while riper mango breaks down more during cooking and gives the dish a sweeter taste. Serve over basmati rice or with roasted chicken.