About JoJo Indian Cuisine (Wan Chai)
More about the restaurant: JoJo Indian Cuisine (Wan Chai)
The Wan Chai branch of JoJo Indian Cuisine is the original Hong Kong Indian restaurant. Beginning as a dream in the minds of a father and son team, JoJo was born to bring Indian food to the people of Hong Kong. And it worked, with JoJo converting many timid first-time diners into loyal followers of the cult of curry. JoJo Indian Cuisine can be found down Wan Chai’s Lockhart Road, still providing the ultimate venue for a business lunch, family dinner or hot date in the throbbing heart of Hong Kong after all these long, spicy years.
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JoJo Indian Cuisine’s menu begins by informing Hong Kong diners of some of the benefits associated with consuming correctly balanced spices. You could say that this Wan Chai Indian restaurant doubles as an Ayurvedic medical clinic. Ajwain alone helps digest a hundred varieties of food, goes an old Sanskrit saying. Just as well, because the menu at JoJo Indian cuisine is rather extensive. Black cumin cures fever, attests Bha Pra Haritakyadivarga. Excellent – Hong Kong does get a little feverish at times. Did you know also that All poisons can be removed from the human body if treated with a dose of turmeric? Well, at least Parvati bathed in the yellow dust, and it is mighty tasty. Point being, that if you’re up for some hot and healthy food, come to JoJo’s down Wan Chai’s Lockhart Road.
JoJo Indian cuisine is a highly diversified restaurant, excelling amongst Hong Kong Indian eateries for their judicious and extensive offering. There are so many tandoori dishes on offer here, plus specialty meats, and a menu specific to the cuisine of Calcutta. Set dinners for two or four people are a a popular option amongst Wan Chai locals who frequent this Lockhart Road Indian restaurant for its famous Indian cuisine, amongst the first (at least amongst the most long lived) in Hong Kong.