When Indians visit Hong Kong, they seek out Legends of India, down Prat Avenue in Tsim Tsa Tsui. If that’s not recommendation enough for this Indian restaurant, then perhaps the friendly, professional service or the vibrant atmosphere that will do it for you. Indeed, Legends of India’s carefully selected menu of North and South Indian cuisine comes with quite the backdrop – live performances from singers and musicians straight from the Indian heartland are a regular occurrence here.
You know the story – you’re passing a Chinese restaurant and you can’t help but notice that there are a lot of people most likely from China enjoying their meal. Your conclusion is that it has to be a good Chinese restaurant if the Chinese are appreciating what’s before them. The same goes for Legends of India, a popular place to dine for Indians holidaying in Hong Kong. Located in the heart of Tsim Tsa Tsui, down Prat Avenue, Legends of India is a spacious and relaxed place, with an outdoor terrace, where you can indulge in an authentic North and South Indian banquet. They also offer a superlative catering and function service, with room for up to 130 covers in a private dining area, big TV screens, WiFi, and a DJ booth. It’s a good spot for a hot party.
When it comes to Indian cuisine, Legends of India makes a good fuss over its vegetarian offering, with a huge selection of vegetarian starters on the a la carte menu. That’s a big draw for Indians, who don’t traditionally eat quite as much meat as most Indian restaurant menus would suggest. And how delicious are Indian vegetarian dishes? Dal Punjabi, bhindi masala, and plenty of paneer dishes are all worth a try. Vegetarian tandoori dishes are rustic, traditional and all very tasty, too. That’s not to say that there aren’t mouthwatering meat and fish options available. Legends of India’s Tsim Tsa Tsui kitchen is adept at turning out incredible seafood, such as their Kashmiri shrimp malai curry. It gets even better down Prat Avenue the more you examine Legends of India’s menu. You realise their range, and how careful they are to be specific. Dig deep and you’ll find whole pages devoted to dosa, chaat, and vada, making Legends of India somewhere Hong Kong Indian aficionados come back to time and again.