Hong Kong is oversaturated with Indian restaurants, so to be successful you’ve got to stand out. Bindaas Bar and Kitchen does just that, serving up Indian street food inspired by traditional dishes and small tapas-style plates, alongside an array of signature cocktails. Located on Aberdeen Street in Central, this chic restaurant is shaking up things up with their unique take on classic Indian cuisine. Booking a table in advance is recommended.
Bindaas means chilled out in Hindu and this sums up this Central Hong Kong restaurant’s vibe, featuring stylish decor taking inspiration from traditional Indian design and casual high chairs and tables. At lunchtime you could chow down on a naanza, an exciting combination of a naan bread and a pizza, like the chilli chicken naanza topped with fried chicken, oriental sauces, onions and bell peppers. Come dinner time we recommend sharing some small dishes. Start with some Lucknoki galawti, smoked plantain and elephant yam patties flavoured with a blend of twenty herbs and spices.
Move on to some malai chicken tikka, mutton shami kebab or paneer skewers. The chingri malai curry, one of Bindaas Bar and Kitchen's signature dishes, is another must-try, an aromatic dish made with prawns, coconut milk, green chilli and coriander. With its stylish ambience, handcrafted cocktails and interesting takes in traditional Indian cuisine, this Indian restaurant on Central’s Aberdeen Street has been causing quite a stir in Hong Kong dining scene, make a reservation at Bindaas Bar and Kitchen and find out what all of the fuss is about!