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1-min walk from Exit B4, North Point MTR Station
All Branches (3)
Telephone
2568 3806
Introduction
Interior is well designed in traditional Indian style, the executive chef is famous of cooking North Indian cuisines. Offered at a low price, customers are attracted by its creative dishes as well. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon.-Sun. 11:30-23:00
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
58
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
Cake-cutting Details
Phone Reservation
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Review (187)
Veteran Gourmet 2016-08-10
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Pumpkin soup was thick and savoury. I personally prefer this soup than the runny soup last time. Tandoori chickenThe chicken pieces were tender and smokey, covered in the traditional somewhat dark orange colour sauce. My friend is obsessed with this herby yogurt sauce which went perfectly well with the veggie potato samosa. The samosa today was super crunchy which I liked a lot. The shell was just at the right thickness, and the potato pieces stuffed inside is very flavourful after being mixed with a lot of Indian spices. The onion pakoda was semi-crunchy because the breaded onion was mixed with flour before being fried. Then 4 pieces of oysters were brought to us, they were all covered in a kind of spicy, sweet, and savoury sauce, yet the sea water taste from the oyster remained fresh and fishy. Beef Skewer was unexpectedly good because it was cooked just right with a just cooked juicy pink centre. The ginger slices on top complimented nicely with the strong beef taste from the skewer which had 2-3 thick pieces of succulent beef. Then some curry had been brought to us, I liked their fish and chicken curry, while the fish curry seemed to be cooked with coconut milk and the chicken curry was cooked with a lot of tomato sauce which was slightly sweet and sour at the same time. The curry was serverd hot and exceptionally appetising. Two types of naan, black truffle and plain, were served for us. I liked them both because the plain one was a bit drier and crispier, while the black truffle one was oilier yet with a more complex luxurious flavour to it. I just enjoyed everything so much when wrapping all of them with those freshly prepared made-to-order pieces of naan. Before we go, we had a nice cup of hot masala chai tea. It just brings me back all the old memories when I used to drink these kind of tea almost every single day when I was living in the UK.   continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
捉精靈捉到入北角 Featured Review
Veteran Gourmet 2016-08-05
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捉精靈大熱,為左試試電車孵蛋法,我同朋友由銅鑼灣搭到北角再過海,點知見到新光戲院間道館又停低左,就決定係北角食埋飯先番屋企。原本都無諗住食印度餐,因為本來唔太食辣,但見餐廳係道館同PokeStop旁邊,而且又係米芝蓮推介,就入去試試啦。脆脆胡椒餅好香脆,但都非常辣,我同朋友都食唔到辣,只好食2啖就放低。羊肉通心燒卷 $984條羊肉卷係用鐵板上,鐵板溫度好高,一直冒煙同發出「渣渣」聲,未食都覺得好似好正。熱辣辣既羊肉卷相當惹味,而且冇咩羶味,份量仲要好十足,2個女仔食完都飽左半。焗茄瓜 $72原以為係一舊舊既焗茄瓜,點知係焗茄瓜茸,可能係太少食印度菜,有啲大鄉里,雖然賣相不似預期,但連埋咖哩一樣焗既茄瓜茸出奇的好食,有少少輕辣,就咁食或者連埋烤餅食都一樣唔錯。椰奶咖喱雞 $88咖哩唔算辣,只係食到微辣既人都食到,椰奶並唔算重,雞塊都唔會「鞋」口,用烤餅點埋d汁一齊食,就最適合不過啦。蒜蓉烤餅 $26好夠熱,油左少少,但食落去外面有少少脆,𥚃面就軟軟地煙煙韌韌,蒜味唔算太重。印度奶茶老闆可能見到我地好努力捉精靈 ,就送左2杯奶茶俾我地試試。印度奶茶冇港式奶茶咁濃,有淡淡既香料,幾特別。水 $10整體黎講依餐飯係唔錯,價錢適中,店員都好有禮貌,最重要係唔食辣既人,都可以試到印度菜。 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
tuli Featured Review
Veteran Gourmet 2016-07-26
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Lunch time at North Point area has always been like a battlefield but Tulsi offers you a comfortable dining experience with high AC during this hot summer! Me and my friend came here for a decent lunch with Groupon coupon, which comes with free flow of papadum, curry, and drink. Soup of the day would be cream of corn soup with Indian spices and coriander. It was not too creamy which was just right for a warm start. Papadum comes with the classic coriander sauce. The warm papadum was served warm and crispy and the savouriness went well with the refreshing taste.  The starter platter comes with 4 different kinds of small bites including crispy onion pakodabeef skewer chicken tikkapotato samosa Crispy onion pakoda is a small little cute onion ball deep fried with light batter and probably some tumeric and other spices. It was somewhat between soft and crispy, a fun small bite for every one. The whole small bowl had around 5-6 pieces of flavourful goodness.The beef skewers were tender and almost succulent. The coriander on top gave an extra flavour to the well marinated beef. The chicken tikka was comparatively dryer after being grilled. The smokey flavour was over the top and I really enjoyed having it on its own. The samosa was jam packed with chunks of potato, cumin seeds and other Indian spices. The shell was hard and crunchy, which was strong enough to hold the whole big piece of potato hot pocket. Indian spice cooked oysters and clamsEach piece was cooked until just right. The spices married nicely with the seafood with light fishy taste. The oyster was medium size and had a soft texture. It was not a bad treat for any good lunch deal! You may even see pieces of cardamon seeds hiding in the orange curry on top. Three types of curries were provided as the main dish, they are fish curry, chicken curry, and potato curry. The chicken curry was quite buttery and creamy in texture, it was not spicy at all and it went just perfectly well with any rice or naan of your choice! The fish curry was even creamy and more coconut-y in taste. It was again not sweet and I liked how soft and moist the fillet pieces were. I personally like fish a lot and I like this fish curry the most just because it was cooked nicely with a soft texture. The potato curry was covered with spices and the most noticeable one would be fried cumin seeds. The dish was also served with some shredded carrrots as well! Each piece of tomato was fluffy yet still firm in texture. It was flavourful from the spices and it was not hot. truffle naanI have chosen truffle naan to go with my curry. It was again fluffy, served very hot with a mushroom earthy truffle taste. Curry is just good with any naan, and any naan would be good for any curry. I really liked that the heat was not too strong which was just great during this hot summer otherwise I would have probably died. Mango lassi is also refillable, the sweet and tangy yogurt drink can never be missed in any Indian meal. It was fruity, sweet and refreshing. It is a also a good cure for spicy food if you can't handle the heat. I would say it is a super good deal for this price especially when we can get free flow drink and curry. It was very filling as a lunch meal so get your stomach ready for it.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)