An Indian restaurant with a lot of history, the first Shaffi’s Indian Restaurant opened in 1972, serving up curries to the British military base. In 1997, Shaffi’s Indian Restaurant relocated to Fau Tsoi Street, still remaining a favourite amongst its loyal fans. With plenty of choice for vegetarians as well as meat lovers, Shaffi’s Indian Restaurant’s comprehensive menu has something to suit all tastes and dietary requirements, from creamy kormas to fiery jalfrezis and old favourites like the chicken tikka masala. The go-to place for a curry in Yuen Long, Shaffi’s Indian Restaurant attracts Hong Kong hotheads every day of the week for both lunch and dinner. Tables are known to fill up very fast, so making a reservation ahead of time is strongly advised!
Ex-British Forces camp restaurant, previously in RAF Shek Kong, decorated with photographs and military memorabilia including an inscribed helicopter tail rotor blade and a sword. Delicious food - especially the breads, basmati rice and dal makhani.
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant on 29. 10. 2017 , at 21 : 30 pm. Many thing we actually enjoyed ! Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant on 29. 10. 2017 , at 21 : 30 pm. Many thing we actually enjoyed !
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant on 26 nd October 2017 At 3 : 00 pm . Many thing we actually enjoyed !