HKYantoYan’s favourite Indian Food Caterers in Hong Kong

By on June 22, 2015

Indian Food

Are you planning a private party or a junk anytime soon? Looking for some delicious Indian food? Here are some of our favourite Indian Food Caterers in Hong Kong:

Jashan

Demonstrating phenomenal Indian and fusion cuisine expertise, Jashan is well-known for being one of the most exquisite Indian restaurants to grace Hong Kong. Their menu caters to both vegetarian and non-vegetarian sensitivities, and it offers unforgettable Indian classics, creative curries and sumptuous kebabs.

For special occasions and private parties with 25-30 guests:

HK$150/person includes

–          3 starters

–          4 main course dishes

–          Rice and Breads

–          1 dessert

–          Additional HK$400 for 1 waiting staff

–          No delivery charges

Jashan | 1st Floor, Amber Lodge, 23 Hollywood Road, Central | 3105 5300 / 3105 5311

Bombay Dreams

Delivering the finest Indian fare to Hong Kong, Bombay Dreams in Central has gathered numerous critical accolades for its traditional Indian cuisine. A function of popular Indian chefs hailing from their home country, Bombay Dreams presents an authentic Indian experience deserving of its fine dining title. Exotic desserts complement a superb buffet overflowing with Indian delights, serving irresistible value whether business lunches or a simple lunch with friends.

For special occasions and private parties with 25-30 guests:

HK$175-200/person includes

–          3 starters

–          4 main course dishes

–          Rice and Breads

–          Non-alcoholic drinks

–          Additional HK$400 for 1 waiting staff

–          No delivery charges. Delivery includes disposable cutlery

–          Can accommodate special requests

Bombay Dreams | 4/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central. | 2971 0001

Ista

Ista is the dwelling of those seeking Indian street-food favourites, tapas-style appetizers, curries, biryani and desserts; satisfying even the most discerning palates. It also offers an extensive array of choices for Catering and Delivery orders.

For special occasions and private parties for 25-30 guests:

HK$175-200/person includes

–          3 starters

–          4 main course dishes

–          Rice and Breads

–          Non-alcoholic drinks

–          Additional HK$200 for 1 waiting staff and HK$600 for staff+warmer trays for food

–          Delivery charges extra

Ista | 2nd Floor, Onfem Tower, 29 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central | 25305353, 92014775

Tamarind

Tamarind tells the ultimate story of Thai, Indian and Vietnamese cuisine, and is ideal for every capacity, whether lunch, dinner or drinks.

For special occasions and private parties for 25-30 guests:

HK$250-300/person includes

–          3-4 starters

–          4-5 main course dishes

–          Rice, Breads and Salads

–          2 desserts

–          Non-alcoholic drinks

–          Additional HK$500 for 1 waiting staff

–          Delivery charges extra

Tamarind | 2/F., Sun Hung Kai Centre, 30 Harbour Road, Wan Chai | 2598 1222

The Great Indian Kebab Factory

Delectable kebabs from all over the world call The Great Indian Kebab Factory as their home. Witness their skill as they contrast the innovative with the ancient, the alluring with the contemporary; and feast with more than your eyes at the layers that unfold.

For special occasions and private parties for 25 – 30 guests:

HK$280-300/person includes

–          3 starters

–          4 main course dishes

–          Rice and Breads

–          1 dessert

–          Non-alcoholic drinks

–          Delivery charges extra

The Great Indian Kebab Factory | Shop 2012, Miramar Shopping Centre,132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | 2317 7008

Indrakshi Wangu
Saying goodbye to her life in India and the corporate world, Indrakshi is spending her time in Hong Kong pursuing her passion for Food, Travel, Poetry and People. Living by the motto that life is too short to eat boring food and to live at one place; you will find her constantly on the move and in search of good food. She spends her weekends either in a library lost in books or hiking around Hong Kong.
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