You will be spoilt for choice when you encounter the wealth of exciting tongue-tingling tastes and aromatic delights at the newly opened South Asian dining spot called Hello India in Tsim Sha Tsui. With a wide-ranging menu of both vegetarian and meat selections, the restaurant aims “to provide dishes that are suitable for the tastes of Hong Kong people. We hope our customers will get to know more about India by trying authentic Indian dishes. That is the origin of our restaurant’s name.”

You will be spoilt for choice when you encounter the wealth of exciting tongue-tingling tastes and aromatic delights at the newly opened South Asian dining spot called Hello India in Tsim Sha Tsui. With a wide-ranging menu of both vegetarian and meat selections, the restaurant aims “to provide dishes that are suitable for the tastes of Hong Kong people. We hope our customers will get to know more about India by trying authentic Indian dishes. That is the origin of our restaurant’s name.”

A: Amagram
H: Mr. Alex P Eaganathan, Owner of Hello India
A: Why did you open Hello India?
H: Many of my friends like Indian cuisine so I wanted to open an Indian restaurant where we could share a range of authentic dishes with food lovers. Besides, I would like to share with customers that Indian cuisine is not all about hot, spicy and curry selections. The restaurant is decorated in a traditional Indian style, with lots of photos and murals about the country on the walls. We aim to share India’s architecture, culture, arts, and lifestyle with our customers in a direct and engaging way.
A: What are the main characteristics of Indian cuisine?
H: The most defining characteristic of Indian cuisine is its diverse use of spices. In general, Indian spice mixes often use around 10 to 12 different spices, with turmeric powder being the most commonly used. There are various combinations of spices even if you are just cooking a simple curry – and what you might not know is that many of the spices used offer numerous health benefits.
A: What are the highlights on the menu at Hello India?
H: We mainly offer Northern Indian cuisine and the tandoori chicken and garlic naan are our signatures. The tender chicken served on a hot plate is marinated in various spices to provide an intense taste, while the soft bread with garlic and butter is good to eat with curry and a great choice for vegetarians. I also suggest you try kulfi, a home-made Indian ice cream including milk, almonds, cashews and other nuts that is mixed with saffron to provide a unique and unforgettable taste.
A: Why did you choose the Amway eSpring™ Water Purifier?
H: Restaurants commonly serve tap water or distilled water to customers. However, the quality of tap water is not guaranteed, while distilled water does not contain the minerals that are good for our health. Clean and quality water plays an important role in ensuring the health of our customers and staff, and the Amway eSpring™ Water Purifier fulfils our needs. Not only is it effective in removing more than 160 contaminants and eliminating 99.99% of waterborne viruses and bacteria, but it also retains beneficial minerals.
A: Amagram
H: Mr. Alex P Eaganathan, Owner of Hello India
A: Why did you open Hello India?
H: Many of my friends like Indian cuisine so I wanted to open an Indian restaurant where we could share a range of authentic dishes with food lovers. Besides, I would like to share with customers that Indian cuisine is not all about hot, spicy and curry selections. The restaurant is decorated in a traditional Indian style, with lots of photos and murals about the country on the walls. We aim to share India’s architecture, culture, arts, and lifestyle with our customers in a direct and engaging way.
A: What are the main characteristics of Indian cuisine?
H: The most defining characteristic of Indian cuisine is its diverse use of spices. In general, Indian spice mixes often use around 10 to 12 different spices, with turmeric powder being the most commonly used. There are various combinations of spices even if you are just cooking a simple curry – and what you might not know is that many of the spices used offer numerous health benefits.
A: What are the highlights on the menu at Hello India?
H: We mainly offer Northern Indian cuisine and the tandoori chicken and garlic naan are our signatures. The tender chicken served on a hot plate is marinated in various spices to provide an intense taste, while the soft bread with garlic and butter is good to eat with curry and a great choice for vegetarians. I also suggest you try kulfi, a home-made Indian ice cream including milk, almonds, cashews and other nuts that is mixed with saffron to provide a unique and unforgettable taste.
A: Why did you choose the Amway eSpring™ Water Purifier?
H: Restaurants commonly serve tap water or distilled water to customers. However, the quality of tap water is not guaranteed, while distilled water does not contain the minerals that are good for our health. Clean and quality water plays an important role in ensuring the health of our customers and staff, and the Amway eSpring™ Water Purifier fulfils our needs. Not only is it effective in removing more than 160 contaminants and eliminating 99.99% of waterborne viruses and bacteria, but it also retains beneficial minerals.

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