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 standout for quality, freshness and flavour, Hong Kong’s Curry Leaf Indian Cuisine is one of kind. Step inside and let the restaurant’s sophisticated yet inviting atmosphere transport you to a whole different world. Whether it’s for a first date or a casual meal with friends and family, this Kowloon restaurant sets the stage for an unforgettable meal. The restaurant’s location on the first floor of the Mau Lam Commercial Building – on Mau Lam Street – makes it an easy choice for residents of nearby Tsim Sha Tsui and Yau Ma Tei.
The menu at Curry Leaf Indian Cuisine features all the South Asian classics you know and love including appetisers like samosas and pakoras, mains like butter chicken and lamb rogan josh, plus a range of seafood dishes, vegetarians specialities and desserts. The Hong Kong restaurant also features several Chinese-inspired dishes – try the chicken fried noodles with an Indian twist, or go for the always popular vegetable manchurian. Wash it all down with one of Curry Leaf’s special Indian drinks such as mango lassi, jaljeera (a cumin-flavoured drink) or nimbu pani, an Indian lemonade. Discover more by booking your culinary adventure at this Jordan restaurant today.
Nice food, acceptable quality although limited variety for the lunch buffet, curries tasted good, roti and naan freshly made, samosa a bit stale, chicken tikka were soft, semiya for dessert bit overcooked, sticky and too sweet....overall a mixed bag but still good value for money at HKD 78 pp.
This place was really good, a nice relaxing oriental vibe with very friendly staff. And the food!Omg the food was just too awesome for words. I opted for the Lunch buffet which was really affordable and I'm definitely going back for more! Really EXCELLENT overall ! If anyone is ever in Hong Kong, this is a place you don't want to miss!
Been here many times, great food including samosas, chicken tikka, vegetable curry. I like the free papadam, Nice quiet location, not too many people know this place.
Very nice buffet. Good value for money. However the service was not as good as the first time we went there. I'd still come back for the food!
Indian restaurant off Nathan Road, in the vicinity of several hotels, five minute walk from Jordan MTR Exit B1. There is a bar & restaurant on the ground floor, with the buffet part on the mezzanine floor up a flight of steps. Inexpensive (by Hong Kong standards), the manager & staff were courteous. Food was labelled and kept hot, the taste was reasonable. Starters had one dish tandoori chicken thighs (mini) and aloo pakoras, with a lentil soup. Two curry dishes (fish & chicken) plus two other dishes (paneer & chole) for vegetarians with rice. HK$ 88 plus 10% tax for the lunch buffet plus one fizzy drink was adequate. Don’t expect fine dining and you won’t be disappointed. Perfect for tourists from India who are on a budget and miss home food. Indian film songs were played out on the overhead TV. The waitress might need to be proactive in refilling water & the naan breads, otherwise no complaints.
it was so so not really great wish the service could have been a little more better and quality of the food also shoud be better