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Exit D1/ L1/ N5, Tsim Sha Tsui / East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station; 重慶正門入口一直行(可由專人帶領,請詢問門口警衛) continue reading
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Review (329)
Level1 2017-05-06
298 views
一直有聽聞重廈大廈的印度菜非常出色,難得今次有朋友推介,終於可以試一試了。首先一進重慶大廈已經有非常多人很熱情的跟你招手急著遞宣傳單張給你。今次我們要試的就是這一家了。我們一共七個人,選了幾個菜,不得不試的當然是咖哩和烤餅。我們點了椰汁咖哩燴魚(中辣),蘑菠菜芝士(小辣)和為不嚐辣的朋友而點的香濃腰果汁燴羊肉,配上芝士烤餅,再叫了一個新德里特式炒飯和蘑菇印度黃飯。飲料方面,咸乳酪比較特別,芒果和士多啤梨乳酪也不錯,但喜歡乳酪味較重的就要試一試甜乳酪。最受朋友歡迎的是蘑菠菜汁和有拉絲的芝士烤餅。另外可能因為我們去的那天人客比較多,所以上菜比較慢,如果趕時間或餓着肚子去的朋友要注意一下~ continue reading
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Level2 2017-03-08
801 views
First Brexit. Now this (http://bit.ly/2j4LUfL).Like the aforementioned travesty, the news that the British curry house is facing an existential crisis makes me feel like my national identity is being forcedly ripped from me. There’s precious little else I really miss about the UK. Watching rugby in a warm pub on a cold autumn day, waking up facedown in a muddy ditch on a Somerset farm and dark chocolate hobnobs all fill me with a slight nostalgic twinge. But nothing really comes close to the sensory assault that comes from a good Indian. Living, as I did, in brutalist Tower Hamlets, I had my pick of exceptional establishments specialising in the fare of the Sub-Continent. However, I was loyal to just one. The Tale of India was my curry house. Decorated like your Nan’s living room, the wall’s adorned with the photos of c-list celebrities who happened to stumbled in and set to the tune of ear piercing Indian opera. Yes, there are many like it, but the Tale of India was mine. Always there for Friday night stomach-lining, hungover weekends and late night holiday returns. My quest to find the perfect curry has taken me the length and breadth of Hong Kong. But, from the upmarket Bindas and Gay Lord, to the less refined takeaways hiding at the bottom of the Food Panda directory, nothing has quite hit the spot.My last hope should have been my first attempt. Chungkin Mansion – and more specifically The Delhi Club – enjoys unrivalled fame as purveyors of a good Indian and the perfect location for a rowdy meal (in this case a work leaving do). Chungkin mansion is also famous for being fairly lawless, housing the cheapest accommodation in Hong Kong and the place from which to purchase all manner of prohibited goods and services. And it’s the sellers of illegal wares that you first have to contend with. Those crafty bastards have an eye for the nouveau riche and made a beeline for me with their collective calls of ‘copy watch, copy watch’. However, with puffed chest and aloof demeanour I pushed my way through to the pungent metal elevator.  It’s a relief to be greeted with a friendly smile and cold Kingfisher (which would reappear the instant the bottom of the bottle was in sight) and shown to a large table laden with poppadums.  As we were a party of 40+ people, there wasn’t the usual temptation to revert to habit and stick to the usual favourites (vegetable biryani, taka daal, Chicken Makhani and peshwari naan if you’re interested) as we were offered the set menu. First we received samosas; with a perfectly short pastry containing moist flavoursome veg. These were so moreish it was lucky the quantity was restricted to one each. Next to arrive were onion bhaji. These were the low point being, as they were, poorly disguised grease-enveloped onion rings. Not to worry as the next course quickly entered the now smoke filled room to a cacophony of dry coughs. The Chicken tikka was delightful. Perfectly succulent and still sizzling on a bed of sweet onions. Manners went out the window as multiple forks fought for every last charred morsel. All told, the mains were really rather satisfying too. An assortment of simmering curries with various degrees of spice were placed and promptly lapped-up. Unusually flavoursome saag paneer and vegetable rice provided the illusion of nutrition and a buttery naan a welcome textual contrast. You won’t find any hint of interpretation or fusion-inspired dishes at Delhi Club. But you will find is near perfect curry, perfect for a raucous evening with friends.  continue reading
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Level3 2017-02-01
1166 views
其實一路都想黎重慶大廈食嘢,但次次都話呢度好危險,女仔唔好黎,但自從係尖沙咀返工後,覺得咁近都唔黎咪好傻豬,於是搵左一日Lunch同同事黎到重慶大廈三樓既新德里餐廳食嘢。重慶大廈咁多印度咖哩點解偏偏揀呢間?無他既,網上Search到話連日本雜誌都評呢間係全港最好食既咖哩嘛!咁係咪最好食都要食左先知既。一入到去餐廳,充滿印度風情既音樂加埋藍藍既燈光有種昏眩既感覺。我地三個女仔坐低,印度店員就送左碟印度脆餅加蘸汁俾我地,d汁好似Washabi架埋d檸檬、乳酪既味道,怪怪地,我就食唔慣啦。我地三個女仔Order左新德里特式炒飯、瑪莎拉烤雞、燒烤五香雞件同埋芝士烤餅。特式炒飯略平凡,就係d雜菜啊,蛋啊,豆角炒埋,睇唔出幾特色,但印度米比較長條,食落去口感較乾身,都OK啦!另外係瑪莎拉烤雞,話係烤雞,其實成碟好Juicy好多汁,紅卜卜咁食落去其實應該都係咖喱黎,我覺得,齋食係重口味既,要配埋個芝士烤餅,烤餅蘸瑪莎拉汁,幾惹味。烤餅係印度叫Naan,有好多味,個人推介芝士位同蒜蓉味,圖中係芝士Naan,可以見到入面有少少Cheese,增加左鹹味,但其實就咁食一定寡,一定要蘸咖喱。最後重點推薦佢地個五香雞件,烤得好乾身,擠少少檸檬汁上去,酸酸地,一咬落去索索聲,醃得都好入味。 continue reading
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Level3 2017-01-31
1591 views
初三去完林村。去tst行左陣街!就去試試重慶大廈嘅咖哩先。一直好想試。但又好似好雜咁。今日難得有人陪。可以勇闖重慶大廈!揀左新德里咖哩王。一坐底先有薄片配綠色嘅醬。薄片辣辣咸咸。啲醬汁都辣辣地。我就麻麻地中意喇餐牌價錢唔貴。印度雜菜沙律 $50都幾大碟。有紅蘿蔔。青瓜。蕃茄。椰菜等等。個汁無咩太大味道。但都唔錯!鐵板雜菜卷$70一份4大條。薯蓉加雜菜。都係無咩味道。店員提醒可以點枱上面樽醬。點左即時好味左。醬汁味道酸酸甜甜。不錯吃!椰汁咖哩雞$72一般。咖哩味同椰汁味都唔重!雞份量都幾多。磨菠菜芝士 $65印度芝士。味道唔重。口感實實地。加埋菠菜醬汁。好食!印度炒餅 $55印度米。雜菜同蛋!濕濕地但又唔會係一pat野。幾好食!芝士烤餅 $22一份三塊。中間勁多芝士!加埋naan煙韌口感!勁好食!可以Encore!蒜茸烤餅 $22一上枱好香蒜味。但食落無咩。有啲失望。因為一開始無比水我地。所以我地叫左樽水同兩支可樂!之後見到其他枱有水架!早知有水就慳返$12啦咁多樣野食左$388抵食! continue reading
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Level1 2017-01-23
801 views
三個女仔叫左薄餅野飲,我抱著會肚痛既決心叫左有芝士同奶成分既野(完全唔識叫,係英國讀書既朋友叫),好彩係好食就算肚痛都抵食!最鐘意都係有芝士個個醬,酸酸辣辣,好開胃! continue reading
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