In one of the previous posts we listed out the Indian restaurants in Hong Kong. If you are looking forward to try some local foods here is the list of Indian friendly restaurants that serve mouth watering stuff.

Restaurants Indian tourists can try in Hong Kong

Restaurants in Hong Kong Island

City Hall Maxim’s Palace (Address – 2/F City Hall, Low Block)

If you are in Hong Kong, you should not be missing Maxim Palace. Very popular and crowded, this restaurant serves the best Dim Sum in Hong Kong. The Dim Sum’s are brought in a cart and you need to order from there. The dishes are expensive, but worth every penny. This is a restaurant where you want to go again and again.

Lei Garden (Address – 3007-11, 3/F International Finance Center)

It’s a chain of restaurants not only in Hong Kong, but also has presence in Macau, Shanghai and Singapore. The restaurants serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Before you order any non-vegetarian dishes, read the menu carefully or ask the waiter whether the dishes contain any beef. The dish to try here is ‘Pan-Fried Prawns with Dill Sauce and Wild Rice’. The rates are average.

Chilli Fagara (Address – Shop E, G/F, 51A Graham Street, Soho)

You need to make a reservation before hand at this restaurant that serves Sichuan food. From the name, you might have already guessed that the dishes here would be fiery and spicy. The dishes are prepared in such a way that the spice, does not overpower the overall taste of the food, but tell the waiter if you cannot handle too much chilli. The ambience is vintage and old-styled.

Under Bridge Spicy Crab (Address – G/F, Chinaweal Center, 414-  424 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai)

Head here if you are a sea food lover. The signature dish here is ‘Under Bridge Spicy Crab’ and you can select a crab your choice if you want. Try ‘Romantic Seafood Set Menu for Two’ if you are traveling as a couple.

Kung Tak Lam (Address – 10/F World Trade Center, 280 Gloucester Road)

Located in the World Trade Center, this restaurant is a feast for vegetarian-only eaters. They make the dishes so pure that they use only organic vegetables, do not even use onions & garlic as well as any artificial flavoring & coloring agent. The cuisine here is Chinese.

Saigon at Stanley (Address – 1/F Murray House, Stanley Plaza)

This is my favorite restaurant in Hong Kong, as it servers Vietnamese food. Try the Chicken Rice Noodle Soup along with Saigon Beer. The roasted duck is yummy, if you are adventurous.


Restaurants in Kowloon

Stables Grill (Address – 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui{TST})

Located inside the Hullett House of the luxurious 1881 Heritage is famous for western styled grilled food. On the weekends they serve a BBQ buffet lunch which costs HKD 230(not including taxes), though on the expensive side, it has to be to tried. They even have a A La Carte Menu and the veggie options include only side snacks like French Fries and Mashed Potato.

M Garden (Address – 6/F Grand Tower, 639 Nathan Road, Mong Kok)

Another pure vegetarian Chinese cuisine restaurant. It is not expensive but it does not mean bad food.

lineOther Restaurants Indians can try in Hong Kong

The Press Room (Cantonese) – 108 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

Zuma (Japanese) – Level 5 & 6, The Landmark, 15 Queens Road, Central

Habibi Cafe (Middle East/Egyptian) – 1/F Grand Progress Building, 15 – 16 Lan Kwai Fong

Thai Basil (Thai) – Lower Ground Floor, Pacific Place Mall, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

Le Marron (French) – 12/F Ying Kong Mansion, 2 – 6 Yee Wo Street

Sabatini Italian (Italian) – 3/F Royal Garden Hotel, 69 Mody Road, TST East

The name inside ( ) denotes the type of cuisine that the restaurant serves.

Disclaimer – The listings are done by our own intent and not sponsored by any entity. The rates mentioned are as on December 2013.

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Restaurants Indian tourists can try in Hong Kong

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