Bombay Dreams - Hongkong
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Bombay Dreams is known for its elegant, relaxing, and inviting atmosphere, attentive service, and delicious array of traditional Indian dishes to tempt the discerning palate. Its Tandoori oven is the centerpiece of the semi-open kitchen, which has a glass panel for viewing the chefs in action. With a quiet view of Central’s cityscape, it is the perfect spot for private parties, business or leisure, Lunch Buffet or a la carte dinner.
Just few steps away from Lan Kwai Fong , Soho and Hollywood Road, Bombay Dreams boasts authentic, traditional Indian cuisine in a high class, yet welcoming venue for quite reasonable prices. The service in classic Indian style is very warm and welcoming, attentive yet professional. The menu has been designed by Indian Master I.R. Qureshi, and the chefs are all directly from India, bringing their own respective South India, Goa, and North Indian styles of cuisine.
Known for their splendid lunch buffet which includes traditional dishes such as butter chicken, fish masala, tandoori chicken, saag paneer, aloo gobi is served with fresh Naan and potato roti, and your choice of a complimentary drink. There is also a range of desserts, as well as a fruit selection. The buffet is just $118, plus standard service charge.
Dinner specialties range from vegetarian and non-vegetarian Chef's Platters, Salmon Dill Se, Handi Murgh, Shahi Galouti Kebab together with classic Biryani with Chena Payesse and Ramalai desserts. Bombay Dreams also has an extensive but not intimidating international wine list to choose from. Bombay Dreams’ Sunday Bubbly Brunch buffet is also of superb quality and quite reasonable, with the option of adding an open bar for an additional $78.
Expect to spend HKD 130 for lunch, HKD 200 – 250 for dinner, and HKD 200 – 275 for brunch (depending on whether you add the open bar option)
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