No longer at the minden avenue address. Building under renovation November 22 2012
RECOMMENDED: Multiple visits, take elevator on corner up to the 1st floor. We've stuck to the Indian veg offerings but they seem to have a wide range of dishes. Prices are moderate and it is nicely furnished (good dinner choice).
During our visits, the place has not been terribly busy, but don't let that put you off, the cooking appears to be quite good and the service has been friendly without being overbearing.
Happy to have found this in Hong Kong.
Take the elevator up one level and you find yourself in a clean lovely tastefully decorated restaurant. Large staff, very comprehensive menu, very reasonable prices. Set menu and a la carte options. Popular with Indian locals and tourists alike. Went alone and then with a group. Everyone was very satisfied.Pros: Extensive menu, Great mix and match set menus
Cons: Some items not available all days
This restaurant is highly recommended. We went for dinner and all the food we ordered was very tasty and fresh, and the service was friendly and efficient. Will definitely go again!
The food was very good. we ordered different kinds of Indian dishes and they were very tasty. The staff was very friendly and helpful they even explained the menu for us because on the menu there is only the name of the dish en not a description of what it is.Pros: friendly staff, good value
Cons: location is difficult to find
This restaurant seems to be fairly new, and given the kind of hidden location I wasn't surprised there were only a few other diners (all Indians btw) when we arrived at dinner time. Menu is mostly Indian food, plus some typical Chinese and Southeast Asian dishes, like Kung Pao Tofu, Laksa, pad Thai, sambal eggplant, Indonesian fried rice, you name it.
We had a laksa noodle soup, a tandoori vegetable, an Indonesian fried rice, and a baingan bhartha (Indian mashed eggplant), which he mistakenly thought we actually wanted. Food was not bad, though I didn't like was the fact that they used fake shrimps and some kind of fake meat skewers in the laksa and Indonesian fried rice. The mashed eggplant wasn't the best I've had, but for sure the least oily one.
Decor was very nice and waiting staff very cordial, even though there was some language barrier problem as they didn't seem to speak much English or Chinese. Menu is in both languages, just the dish names without description, vegan not marked either, so make sure to ask before order.
This place is not bad, just that nothing urges me to go back. If I ever return to it, I would just get a couple of Indian dishes instead of the southeast Asian ones. Might turn out better this way.Pros: decor, service
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