TUEN MUN, Hong Kong, SAR, China – So I have again decided to expand the scope of my blog to further help people who currently live in Hong Kong or are considering traveling to Hong Kong. In order to do this, I have decided to start reviewing various restaurants that I have gone too. As such these are mostly going to be restaurants that I highly recommend.
The first restaurant that I have decided to review is the Tuen Mun Curry House located on Castle Peak Road in Tuen Mun. I have gone to this restaurant at least two times a week since I found out about it in April. This restaurant, like many restaurants in Hong Kong is small and has limited seating and seems to be extremely popular with the locals. One of the greatest aspects of this restaurants is that you get a good size meal for relatively cheap, which is a hard thing to come by in Hong Kong. Often meals are over priced for the size that you are getting. For just around $100 HKD or slightly over $100 HKD (approximately $12 USD) I can get a main course, soft drink, a side of rice and two types of naan bread. I usually have a hard time finishing all of this and am able to sometimes get two meals out of this single meal. I have also gone here with a friend that has been to India and he has said that it is pretty authentic. This place is perfect for students who are studying abroad at Lingnan and living on a budget or for those people who love Indian Food.
As a tip for those future students that will be studying at Lingnan you can get here by cab or by taking the K51 bus and getting off at the second stop after Tuen Mun Town Plaza (TMT). The restaurant is marketed by a red sign with white lettering and it sits next to a 7-11 on the corner of the street.
Here is their website:
***Prices may vary between the website and the menu at the restaurant
***NO SERVICE CHARGE HERE***
NO. 25 G/F, Rainbow Garden, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong
May 12, 2012 | Categories: Hong Kong, Hong Kong 2012, Indian Food | Tags: cheap food, curry, food, good amount, hong kong sar, indian food, k51, naan bread, new territories, saag, set menu, tuen mun | Leave a comment