Sangeetha vegetarian restaurant in Hong Kong

Sangeetha vegetarian restaurant in Hong Kong

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Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant Review

There are days especially on a Sundays that I wish I was in Bangalore! Crisp dosas, soft idlis, spicy sambar, a little podi and some fresh coconut chutney…just 5 mins away from my house. Bangalore ensured that I became a dosa addict by the time I left.
How I wish I could walk up to a dosa corner to satisfy my cravings, here in Hong Kong! If you live in Hong Kong or are a tourist and want to eat some scrumptious vegetarian meal especially dosa! Sangeetha is your best bet!

Sangeetha, a vegetarian restaurant which specialises in south Indian food comes to our rescue every time the Dosa desire strikes!
It is in Tsim Sha Tsui above the Wing On plaza (next to Shangri-La hotel). The is a simple restaurant without any décor elements. But you don’t need fancy décor when you are greeted warmly by the manager and can enjoy delightful service.
Please ensure that you come around 12:30 pm for lunch as by 1 it is buzzing with people and this a weekday I am talking about. Over the weekends this place is packed up. So, it’s a good idea to arrive a little earlier than usual lunch or dinner time.
Let’s talk food now! You will see they serve a variety of food here. Apart from South Indian food, you will get North Indian, little Indian style noodles, chat and sizzlers too. They also serve several types of thali which I am yet to indulge in, so no comments about that. If you are in the mood for some north Indian style roti sabji, they offer that as well and it’s really good.

In the South Indian cuisine, you will get your regular dosa options and wait for it…. kotthu paratha, appams, kaima idly even paniyarams! You can’t see the grin on my face right now, almost salivating.
Every time we end up here, the husband never fails to order his favourite paper dosa! It is humongous and very crispy. It takes a while to arrive at your table, but it is well worth the wait. Just have a look at the picture.

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As a dosa lover I usually order and recommend the ghee podi dosa, rava dosa, even these will take a little extra time. In case if you are looking for something quick the plain dosa, Idli and Wada are a good start.

If you like rasam you should try their Wada in rasam combo, it’s delicious. If you find yourself here for dinner don’t forget to order paniyarams. I love these and they are on the menu during evening/ dinner only.

After a nice scrumptious meal all I need a good old strong filter coffee! What more do you need…

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My Ratings

Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant, Hong Kong

Cuisine: South Indian North Indian

Ambience: 3/5
Service: 4/5
Food: 4.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Overall: 4.5/5

Opening Hours:&nbsp Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 03:00pm & 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Website: Sangeeth HK

Address: UG 1-5 & 31, Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road,

East Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Map: Location Link

Price Range: HK$500 for two approx. (No soft drinks/ mocktails)
(for 2 sabji, 2 starters, 4 rotis, 1 rice, no desserts)
This place doesn’t serve alcohol.

Bombay Brasserie Restaurant Review

Bombay Brasserie Restaurant Review

Bombay Brasserie Restaurant Review – Vegetarian Options

Having read good reviews, I was waiting to visit this restaurant! Bangalore is their latest addition after opening in Chennai and Kolkata.

My friends and I decided to go down for a nice lunch here. Getting a place on a weekend here is a task! They don’t take reservations so better be there when it opens! We were there by 12:30-45 pm. After 30-40 minutes in the sweltering heat, we got inside in the comforts of A/c.

The high ceiling, white and blue colours make this place elegant, open and relaxing. It wears the shabby chic look. Every nook and corner filled with antiques like old typewriters, fans and tonnes of dabbas (old tiffin boxes) giving it a quirky touch. Overall a nice warm place to eat. They have an outdoor seating, perfect for winters.

This place offers India cuisine with a twist! They created the WOW moments with their food presentation. Each dish has been carefully crafted. You can see the hard work gone into creating the menu and different presentation style for each item. I am a vegetarian and I was happy they had a lot of veg choices!

We were parched in the heat and went on to place our drinks orders first. I ordered Kairi Sherbet (Raw Mango drink) and it was perfect. Balanced the sweet tangy flavours, just what I needed! My friend chose to walk down the memory lane with the Juhu Beach Gola. For those who don’t know about Gola. It’s crushed fine ice serve in different flavours. Her choice was the famous ‘Kala-Khatta’. As soon as it hit our table she was like a kid in a candy store. We even tried the Paan Milkshake, not my favourite.

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To start off we ordered the Aam papad paneer and gunpowder potatoes. The best dish that we tried! It was sublime. Juicy soft paneer just melts in your mouth. The sweet tangy sauce just dances on your tongue. You can fault this dish! The gunpowder potatoes were fun and loved the perfectly cooked potatoes. Not overdone or under. We noticed almost all tables having white little-stuffed rotis kinda thing! They were cheese stuffed Kulchas. They looked amazing! One had to close their eyes as they take a bite of them. So good…and definitely a cheese lover’s dream, no wonder my husband enjoyed them a lot!

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For the Mains, we ordered the Bombay Lunch and Chatka Chhole Kulchey. I must say their presentation is where they get 10/10. The Bombay lunch came with vegetable curry with crunchy rice fried vermicelli. Served with coconut rice wrapped in banana leaf. The curry also had coconut undertone to it. It signified subtle coastal flavours wonderfully.

The Chhole Kulchey on the order hand was tasty but a little too oily. The kulcha was nice too. We ordered churchur paratha just because we loved the name! We were not disappointed, it was flaky and crushed paratha with a very chatpata taste to it.

Mains-Bombay Brasserie Restaurant

In spite of being stuffed with all this food, we ordered one dessert and share amongst all four of us (all try hard to watch our waistline). Mango is in the season we went for RAS-E-AAM. The entry of dessert was rather dramatic. With smoke arising out of the bowl gave it a very ‘Shaahi’ feel.

RAS-E-AAM - Bombay Brasserie Restaurant

It was 2 roshogullas topped dunked in rabdi with aamras on top. The presentation again upped our expectation. But, we were very disappointed with it. The rabdi was thin and for some reason had an odd tangy flavour to it. It was a very so-so dessert. Maybe it was an off day for desserts. Hope next time they surprise us with a wonderful dessert. You always want to end your meal on a high note!

Eating food is all about the taste and overall experience. This place offers a great food experience from the look to the taste! Overall a great place, warm staff & wonderful food. You guys should definitely try and share your views with me.

My Ratings
Bombay Brasserie, Indiranagar
Cuisine: Morden Indian
Ambience: 4.5/5
Service: 4.5/5
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Overall: 4/5
Opening Hours:  Monday to Sunday 12:00noon — 12 Midnight

Address: 2989/B, 12th Main Road, Indiranagar, HAL 2nd Stage,
Bengaluru, Karnataka

Telephone:080 4147 1004

Price Range: Rs1500 for two approx.

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