There is a plethora of places to eat in Hong Kong, from the Cantonese and Chinese restaurants that dot the city to the stylish and sophisticated Japanese sushi joints that add glamour and the down-at-home Korean BBQ eateries that are becoming increasingly fashionable. One area in which the Asian food of Hong Kong is occasionally lacking is in its Indian cuisine, but at Ganga’s Fine Indian Dining on Wyndham Street in Central, they are trying to do something about that. Ganga’s in a curry house of no little class and refinement, with a menu packed with subcontinental specialities, from tandoori clay oven-cooked kebabs and tikka meats to vegetarian-friendly curries and much more. Take the train to Central and wander up to Wyndham Street for an Indian meal to remember in Hong Kong.
Oir reservation wasnt there when 10 of us showed up. Food on the buffet table wasnt much and the waiters were shocked. They managed to pull together more.food after 20 min. Good naan and chicken tikka. But mango chutney was charged at 12 per small bowl was a bit much as most Indian restaurant will serve for free