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Thai, Vietnamese and Indian fusion cuisine is the order of the day at Hong Kong’s Tamarind Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar, where you’ll be treated to a wide array of fantastic flavours and specialities in a sophisticated and upscale dining space. Found at the Sun Hung Kai Centre on Harbour Road in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai, Tamarind is a gorgeous restaurant with plenty of space for big groups, celebrations or private functions.
Great food, does best with traditional indian cuisine. Perfect Mbience sith a view of the harbour. Food takes some time though to appear, but thats the only thing
Food ok. Service needs to improve. I had to go up three times to ask for a waiter to serve us. We were sitting outside
Hello...I would like to say that it was a bit noisy due to the floors that conduct the noise. The rest was enjoyable and we will return. Thank you
Tamarind Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar features some of Hong Kong’s finest chefs slinging out
the city’s best Asian cuisine from the restaurant’s state-of-the-art kitchen. In charge of Thai and Vietnamese cuisine is none other than chef Amoo, who honed his skills cooking around Southeast Asia and alongside celebrity chef Bobby Chinn. Cooking up the restaurant’s Indian specialities is chef Ravilal Bhandari, bringing years of experience to the kitchen from his days working as executive chef at Viceroy of India. Together, the two create magic behind the scenes, giving guests a dining experience unlike any other in Wan Chai.
You’ll find Tamarind Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar at the Sun Hung Kai Center on Harbour Road in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai, just next to Wan Chai Sports Ground. Guests enjoy an extensive menu complete with appetisers, tandoori dishes, salads, soups, curries, breads and sides, all showcasing the very best in Southeast Asian and South Asian cuisines. Feel free to mix and match at Tamarind – guests are welcome to enjoy a bowl of Thai tom kha kai before diving into a big plate of Indian baigan bharta, for example. Be sure to book well in advance for a meal at this popular fusion restaurant!