I ate here tonight. When I arrived there were clearly a couple of empty tables visible. I stood waiting to be seated for 10 minutes. I assumed that the tables must've been reserved. Eventually one of the staff showed me to one of the afore mentioned empty tables.
Based on other reviewers I asked for a thali without milk products. Since the menu says that is primarily a South Indian that seemed the obvious thali to choose. I was told though that it contained dairy products. I asked for a recommendation and was told that the Jain thali was dairy free. I thus took this recommendation.
I was then brought a tray of what seemed an impressive array of food; 3 pooris, white rice and 8 small dishes. However asked what the dish of white food was and sure enough it was yogurt based. I asked for that to be taken away and devoured the rest (apart from the rice as I was full enough). Any time though anyone eats in a restaurant there is an element of taking a leap of faith with the restaurant staff. After the yogurt episode I couldn't stop a feeling gnawing away in my head questioning how much I could trust the food I had been given. This is a shame as the food taated great. It cost hkd 100.Pros: Tasty food
Cons: Underwhelming service