Hung Hom (pronounced as ‘Hong Haam’) has become a popular area with the business savvy Indian community in Hong Kong. Hung Hom has a business district, an industrial area and pockets of super convenient residential areas as well – including Laguna Verde and Whampoa. Many of the Indian families in Hung Hom are from the Gujarati Community – which means there’s a good demand for good Indian vegetarian food.
Here’s a list of top 6 Indian restaurants in Hung Hom that will truly satisfy your taste buds.
1. Sharmaji Indian Veggie Restaurant
If you’re looking for a pure vegetarian Indian restaurant in Hung Hom, then Sharmaji is the answer. A family run restaurant, with a homely feel. The Set lunch with Lachha Parantha, Samosa Chaat, and Bread Pakora are a must have at Sharmaji.
Sharmaji Indian Veggie Restaurant | Shop A, G/F, Block 2, Hung Hom Garden, 3 Tsing Chau Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong | 2334 0133
2. Malay King [CLOSED]
While not exactly in Hung Hom (actually in nearby To Kwa Wan), Malay King offers Malay+Indian cuisine to people in and around Hung Hom. From traditional south Indian food to classic Indian style fish fry, you’ll get everything and more at Malay King. Some of our staple favourites include the dal makhani and lacha paratha, murtabak and chicken chowmein.
Malay King | G/F, 279 To Kwa Wan Road, To Kwa Wan | 2380 0218
Eskaara, owned by a businessman from New Delhi, is a promising pure vegetarian restaurant that offers flavorsome Indian dishes. It is also perfect for vegans as the restaurant offers to prepare non-dairy food as per customer’s choice. Some of the must tries include dal makhani and rice and aloo puri.
Eskaara | 19 Sung Kit St, Hok Yuen, Hong Kong | 2725 0777
4. Smrat Pure Veg
Looking for pure vegetarian Indian food that’s full of flavor? Check out Smrat Pure Veg. They serve a variety of Indian dishes with a heavy Punjabi flavour, such as kadhi chawal (one of the best in town) stuffed parathas (aloo and gobi), Punjabi curries, Jain dishes and desserts.
Nibbles is a small joint on Sung Kit Street – within the industrial area of Hung Hom. It’s quite famous for sumptuous Indian curries, kebabs and biryanis – specially during lunch time. Some great options for non vegetarians if you’re craving for some good ol butter chicken or tandoori chicken. Definitely worth stopping by whenever you are around.
6. Spices 8
Spices 8 is a contemporary restaurant that offers classy dining experience and serves authentic Indian and Thai cuisine. Located at the Fortune Metropolis mall, it’s frequented by Indian travelers commuting through the Hung Hom Railway Station. It’s a relatively large restaurant, making it a great place to go in a group.
Spice8 | Shop 749-750, 7/F, Fortune Metropolis, 6-10 Metropolis Drive, Hung Hom | 2330 7950
Did we forget any other good Indian Restaurants in Hung Hom? Let us know in the comments section below.