It’s all about the ‘rowdy taste of India’ over at Aamchi Mumbai, a themed Indian restaurant inspired by the lively train stations of the bustling city of Mumbai. From early in the morning until late in the evening, the restaurant serves up typical Indian specialities, teas and desserts to the city’s adventurous diners and foodies, as well as to tourists looking to take in some of Hong Kong’s international vibe. Aamchi Mumbai serves up an array of tasty Indo-Chinese specialities that blend the best of south and east Asian cuisines, represented through dishes like the vegetarian hakka noodles, the chilli prawns, chicken fried rice and the chicken manchurian. You’ll also find many North Indian dishes including vegetarian seekh kebab, tandoori malai mushrooms and the machali tikka. Reserve ahead and make your way to the Lyton Building on Mody Road for an authentic Indian feast at Tsim Sha Tsui’s Aamchi Mumbai.