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An Indian food maniac wanted to taste good Indian food in Hong Kong.  Tulsi and Wine popped up in my mind.I understood the maniac was a bit picky.  I thought the warm and inviting ambience should be satisfying.A chandelier hung at the middle of the ceiling, the stained fixtures, the cosy rich fabric tones, the light beige wood flooring and walls.  The golden framed mirrors and ethnical pictures brought the rich Indian culture back to this contemporary and tastefully eatery.Venue chosen by me.  O
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An Indian food maniac wanted to taste good Indian food in Hong Kong.  Tulsi and Wine popped up in my mind.
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I understood the maniac was a bit picky.  I thought the warm and inviting ambience should be satisfying.

A chandelier hung at the middle of the ceiling, the stained fixtures, the cosy rich fabric tones, the light beige wood flooring and walls.  

The golden framed mirrors and ethnical pictures brought the rich Indian culture back to this contemporary and tastefully eatery.

Venue chosen by me.  Orders mostly made by the maniac.

The vegetable Samosa was my favourite too.  I liked the crispy shell and the soft veggie inside .
Samosa
$35
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I was recommended the signature Indian tea ~~ hot Masala Tea.  This Masala Chia was made by brewing black tea with a mixture of Indian spices and herbs.  It was really aromatic and comforting.
Masala Tea
$28
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The maniac chose another signature drink, the Mango Lassi.  It went well with spicy food.
Mango Lassi
$34
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The Tandoori Chicken .
The chicken pieces were crispy outside but the meat was still succulent. Authentic! It reflected the chef's culinary skill.
Tandori Chicken (half)
$92
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The outlook of the Indian rice was dried and loose but in fact it was soft and moist.  It went well with the Tandoori Chicken.
Inidan Rice
$34
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I liked the Bhindi Masala very much.  The Okra was still crispy in the sauce. 
Bhindi Masala
$68
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The Papadam was thin and crispy.  It added fun to the meal.
Papadum
$10
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The Chicken Vindaloo was really good ~~ moist chicken in hot spicy sauce. (no photo 
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I would like if it was kept to the original recipe to include potatoes. I was later learned from the waitress that they skipped the potatoes to cope with customers views. The maniac was so anxious to go to the Quarry Bay restaurant when was told that it kept the original Indian recipes.

Aloo Gobi was another veggie dish.  The combination of potatoes and cauliflower were good.  I would like them not to be so soft.
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The must item was the naan.  Both plain and truffle naan are good for me.
Naan
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The Gulab Jamum and Kulfi gave a sweet ending. Gulab Jamum was very sweet and fulfilling.  If you do not have a sweet tooth, just forget it.  I like the texture of the Kulfi much.
Gulab Jamum
$34
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Kulfi
$40
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I was happy that I made a good choice of venue.  I received no complaint from the maniac and we spent a wonderful night together.
Other Info. : This restaurant had given comprise to suit the local taste buds. Will visit the Quarry Bay restaurant for the original Indian cuisine.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Dining Method
Dine In
Type of Meal
Dinner
Recommended Dishes
Samosa
$ 35
Masala Tea
$ 28
Mango Lassi
$ 34
Tandori Chicken (half)
$ 92
Inidan Rice
$ 34
Bhindi Masala
$ 68
Papadum
$ 10
Naan
Kulfi
$ 40
  • Tandoori Chicken
  • Indian Rice
  • Veggetable Samosa
  • Bindi Marsala
  • Chicken Vindaloo