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Great news for Indian food lovers on Koh Phangan. A new hotspot of gastronomical proportions, Restaurant Aggata at Love Station Hostel in Ban Tai, has recently opened its doors on our lovely shores.
Aggata is serving up selected traditional Indian dishes at a chill and quiet atmosphere, secluded from the main road yet very easily accessible. Just follow the junction opposite Fabio’s (near the new 7/11) and right before the corner to Infinity.
Owned and managed by Zoran Trenchevski, a 32-year-old Macedonian who found his place in Koh Phangan and has been living here over 4 years now, Aggata’s true secret weapon is its chef, the author of all the flavours served with a genuine Nepali background, 27-year-old cook Vishna, who has been performing his talent in the kitchen in Thailand for the past 8 years.
Aggata Restaurant officially opened its doors on January 28th with an event opened to the public in which a buffet with free food tasting was offered, meant to introduce its customers to the high quality of food and service that Aggata was proud to present.
“We bring to Koh Phangan traditional Indian food made with really fresh ingredients since the very beginning of the preparation of our dishes: selected herbs, spices, vegetables, meat and 100 percent handmade sauces that are the perfect combination for tasty and flavourful meals.
From short-term tourists staying for just a few days who stop there for dinner after spending the whole day on the beach, to the long-term island stayers who get home tired after a day of work who can make a takeaway order or simply have it delivered to their place ordering through their partner Mamma Mia Wonderfood.
“That’s hard to tell, but we can try to separate into the vegetarian and non-vegetarian ones: Dothi Dahl and Palak Paneer are very famous for those who doesn’t eat meat while Butter Chicken and Chicken Tikka Masala are the chosen ones by meat lovers, definitely!
This one is valid only for the morning shift at the restaurant (10am to 1pm) and was created with the purpose of encouraging customers to come and see our space in daylight while they enjoy a good chat among friends having a drink or a snack before starting their day or during their morning break.
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