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Hong Kong’s Western District is blossoming into one of the city’s best culinary destinations, and one of the area’s hottest restaurants is Tulsi & Wine, an Indian eatery serving up spicy Indian specialities. Located on the ground floor of The Bonham Mansion on Bonham Road, Tulsi & Wine attracts diners to its Sai Ying Pun location every day of the week. To guarantee a table, making a booking at Tulsi & Wine in advance is advised.
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Start with mouthwatering Samosa served with cooling mint yogurt dip. Mains with hot sizzling Tandoori Chicken marinated with irresistible aromatic spices, masala juice and fragrant basmati rice. The exotic & succulent Lamb Chop Masala was tasty, tender together with tangy & spicy gravy and fresh Naan. Best Naan bread in town. Fulfilling lunch. Will definitely come back to explore more 😋 😋 ...
Service was good and helpful especially my mum was in the wheelchair. Food was very tasty but every dish we ordered were a bit small as if only allow one piece of meat for each person per dish. Overall was good.
Live nearby and it always smelled delicious when I walked by. Tried it and: Good Indian Food overall. Little bit overpriced but will def come back. Their truffle naan bread is very delicious.
With a number of branches scattered across Hong Kong, Tulsi & Wine is a fail-safe favourite among the city’s spice seeking foodies, and the Sai Ying Pun is conveniently located inside The Bonham Mansion. Begin your Indian feast at Tulsi & Wine by snacking on some samosas, vegetable aloo tikki or some deep-fried ginger fish before moving on to the main affair. The main course menu takes in all of the time-honoured Indian classics, from madras to masala, butter chicken, fish curry and rogan josh.
We recommend going for one of Tulsi & Wine’s specialities, like the tandoori lamb chop (New Zealand lamb chop marinated with Indian spices and cooked in a BBQ clay oven) or a fusion dish like the salmon pizza (homemade Indian bread topped with onion, tomato, cheese and smoked salmon). You’ll find Tulsi & Wine’s Western district branch located inside The Bonham Mansion on Bonham Road. To guarantee a table at this Sai Ying Pun hotspot, booking in advance is recommended.