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India Restaurant and Bar love their loyal customers, and they have plenty of love for you too. Come on in to this firmly family oriented Indian restaurant along Prat Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui to sample dishes created with love, using only the finest and freshest ingredients. Hong Kong diners in search of fine Indian cuisine have never had it better – upscale dining at affordable prices, in a restaurant with a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Polite and attentive. Excellent food, good quality and lots of flavour
Once we found the restaurant which is on the sixth level we had an excellent Meal and couldn’t fault the service
A small but cosy restaurant in a simple and neat white/red colour scheme, reasonally priced foods served by polite and helpful staff.
Even the name – India Restaurant and Bar – suggests culinary confidence. This restaurant in Hong
Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui is what it is – an Indian restaurant. The lovechild of proprietor Trilok
Bishwakarma, whose three decades in the hospitality industry is shown to full effect here, is
committed to providing Hong Kong diners with the ultimate in Indian eating. Under his supervision,
India Restaurant and Bar’s Prat Avenue premises are awash with warm, soft colours, complementing
the delicate (and sometimes rather spicy) dishes created by the expert chefs in the kitchen.
When it comes to choosing from India Restaurant and Bar’s meu, you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to sample a dish or two from the tandoor, the traditional Indian clay oven. The scent of carefully cooked tandoori chicken, lamb, fish, and homemade paneer (Indian cottage cheese) fills the air at this Prat Avenue Indian Restaurant. It’s no wonder that Tsim Sha Tsui families and business people have India Restaurant and Bar on their radars, and it’s about time that the rest of Hong Kong followed suit.