The first day in October was Chinese Moon Festival. It was a public holiday in Hong Kong. I decided to go to Chungking Mansion and try out Indian Food with my wife and son. We choose Indian restaurant from time to time, but this was the first time we went to Chungking Mansion.I searched over Google first and selected Moti Palace and booked via Openrice. The restaurant was not busy tonight. We ordered samosa as starter, half portion of Tandoori chicken, grilled lamb chop, prawn masala for main course. Lamb soup is our favorite and we ordered one bowl for each. Food was good in quality and delicious. The chicken and lamb were juicy and tender, and the food temperature was just right. Prawn masala was also good. The prawns were big and meaty but the sauce was a bit salty. The lamb soup was not as good as we would like. It was a bit salty and sour. I told the manager that we would prefer the soup to be more spicy and thinner, but less salty and sour. Some years ago, we had lamb soup at the "Gaylord" when it was still at Ashley Road. We were much impressed by the balanced taste with mixture of herbs. However lamb soup is not served at the new Gaylord Restaurant.We had Gulab Jamun and Indian ice cream for desserts. We enjoyed both. At the end, I ordered masala tea which is my favorite. I hope the ginger taste can be stronger.We would certainly come back to Moti for meals in future.