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Best Indian Restaurants in Wan Chai


11 restaurants available nearby

A photo of Shalimar Indian Cuisine 沙士亞印度餐廳 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Causeway Bay
With elegant premises situated above street level at the corner of Pennington Street and Jardine’s Bazaar in the East Point neighbourhood of Causeway Bay, Shalimar Indian Cuisine offers a high-class South Asian restaurant experience. Make a meal from great shareable starters like the tandoori mixed grill, chow down on chicken biryani, and mop up the creamy, nutty sauced of a navratan korma with plenty of freshly oven-baked garlic naan. The focus here is on traditional, imperial Mughlai cuisine, an ancient art with origins in the court kitchens of northern India, and a tandoor oven that uses charcoal for the ultimate in smoky flavour. Get stuck into this Hong Kong Indian restaurant’s offering without risking the bank by opting for one of the set lunch and dinner menus or explore the a la carte menu – its huge size means that you’re unlikely to get to the bottom of it.
A photo of Saravanaa Bhavan restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Saravanaa Bhavan is Hong Kong’s portal to all things vegetarian and Indian. This restaurant serves exceptional vegetarian food that’s so good, you’ll forget about meat altogether. One of dozens of Saravanaa Bhavan restaurants around the globe, this location on the fourth floor of Ashley Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui is ideal for locals looking for authentic Indian food made from scratch. The extensive menu at this Indian restaurant showcases flavours from across India, with favourites including tasty veg biryani, soya butter masala, South Indian curries and much, much more. Come hungry – you’re going to want to try everything on the menu at this popular vegetarian restaurant.
A photo of The Nest Restaurant & Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Yau Ma Tei
The Nest Restaurant & Bar in Hong Kong is an international melting pot of delicious cuisine. This cosy eatery in the Jordan district specialise in Italian and Indian food, as well as other Western dishes. It all comes together in delicious fashion, the menus offering a diverse range of appetizers, mains, sides and desserts. Customers can order from the Italian menu and enjoy classic pizza and pasta, or instead opt for an Indian cuisine delicacy. The Nest Restaurant & Bar has everything from chicken biryani and lamb curries to fish tikka masala and naan breads. Located on the corner of Wai Ching Street and Jordan Road, this Hong Kong restaurant guarantees a flavour-packed meal from midday until late. Book a table today!
A photo of Curry Leaf Indian Cuisine restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Yau Ma Tei
Fine Indian cuisine at an affordable price – what could be better than that? You’ll find it at Curry Leaf Indian Cuisine. Located on the ground floor of the Mau Lam Commercial Building close to Kowloon’s Jordan station, the restaurant is easy to reach by public transportation, and that’s a good thing considering how often you’ll want to visit this local hotspot. There’s even valet parking for all the drivers out there, so there’s no excuse not to stop in to Curry Leaf Indian Cuisine on Mau Lam Street for a taste of South Asia today!
A photo of Spices - The Repulse Bay restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Indian • Repulse Bay
Spices is popular for its diversified and authentic Asian cuisine, tasteful Eastern design and wonderful garden setting punctuated by spacious green lawns and tropical blooms. The refurbished Spices boasts a new contemporary interior. Inspired use of natural materials, such as bamboo, teak, rattan, stone and coconut, in contrast with bold, vibrant colours gives the restaurant a distinct Asian identity. The lively and inviting space, evocative of a bustling Asian spice market, will undoubtedly enchant and inspire all the senses. Several landscape enhancements have also been made to The Garden - an outdoor section of Spices celebrated for being the finest venue for alfresco wining and dining in Hong Kong. The interior design improvements are complemented by an enriched menu of authentic Asian delights, prepared to perfection by the highly talented culinary team.
A photo of Indian Restaurant 正宗印度菜館 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Kowloon City
For over two decades, Hong Kong’s Indian Restaurant has been serving up their signature South Asian dishes to the city’s curry connoisseurs and adventurous diners. As the only Indian restaurant in Kowloon City, this local hotspot is a necessity for local food-lovers, and is known to really pack in a crowd. This hip Indian establishment features many different menu items, with plenty of options for vegetarians, meat lovers, seafood fans and heatseekers looking for the spiciest curry around. Favourites from the menu include the samosas, the Nepalese-style momo, the jeera prawn, bhuna gosht, saag paneer, zafrani pulao and the crab dhania masala. With so many regulars coming in daily to get their curry fix, Indian Restaurant on South Wall Road is best visited after reserving ahead!
A photo of Gaylord Indian Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Tsim Sha Tsui
In the middle of all the action down Tsim Sha Tsui’s Peking Road – indeed, amid the clutch of restaurants and bars around Prince Tower – Gaylord Indian Restaurant reigns supreme over Indian cuisine, whipping culinary classics into shapes worthy of the Michelin Guide. A landmark Hong Kong Indian restaurant since 1972, Gaylord’s reputation extends far beyond the shores of the city. Not only is the food supremely good, but Gaylord likes to keep things even more exotic with live nightly entertainment, including traditional Indian dancers. Be sure to book well in advance.
A photo of Khyber Pass Mess Club restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Khyber Pass is named as the King of Curry with their traditional Indian cuisine, good quality of ingredients and the best Indian food served in Hong Kong since 1991.
A photo of Taj Mahal Club restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Tsim Sha Tsui
Situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui along the bustling Nathan Road, Taj Mahal Club serves up high-quality and delicious Indian cuisine. Located on the third floor of the Chungking Mansion, this illustrious restaurant is a popular spot among Hong Kong locals and tourists alike. The menu features all your favourite Indian classics that include biryani; vegetable seekh kebab; tandoori raan and a particularly tasty char-grilled leg of lamb marinated in dark rum. You’ll find Taj Mahal Club located opposite I-Square Mall, a short way from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station. Be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment!
A photo of Namaste Kitchen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Sheung Wan
Namaste Kitchen in Hong Kong is a must-visit restaurant when you’re after authentic and sumptuous Indian food. This cosy restaurant is packed with colour and a vibrant friendly atmosphere that welcomes you in like family. Located in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong Island, only a short way from Central, this stylish spot is a local favourite for very good reason. The menu is brimming with a whole host of Indian and Nepalese dishes made using an array of fresh herbs and spices… needless to say, the chefs are a talented bunch. Namaste Kitchen is located within Medal Court on Queens Road West and is easily one of our favourite restaurants in Hong Kong. Book your table now!
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