When Jashan opened its doors in Hong Kong in 2006 it raised the benchmark against which Indian restaurants in the city were judged. The food at Jashan, in Central, is innovative, upmarket and was recently voted the best Indian restaurant in Hong Kong – an endorsement indeed. Renovated in 2011, the restaurant is a chic, modern temple to all the best in Indian food; here is the best food on Hollywood Road and beyond.
Jashan, part of the Uppal Hospitality Group (UHG), was the first Indian restaurant in Hong Kong to appear in the Michelin guide, and the restaurant has only grown in stature since then. The kitchen team are rightly proud of their contemporary Indian food and seek to surprise diners with their innovative takes on classic favourites. For starters we recommend sharing amritsari paneer pakoda (cottage cheese fritters) and aloo tikki chana chat (pan-fried potatoes with chickpeas) with your date to get into the swing of things. When it comes to main courses, you might be well advised to ask for some help from Jashan’s knowledgeable wait staff who are more than pleased to guide diners through this labyrinthine menu. If all else fails, opt for the house specialty – Bombay tawa chicken – you won’t be disappointed. If you somehow still have some room, we recommend trying the gulab jamum (fried dumplings in a sugar reduction and rose water) that are both delicious and beautiful.
There can be no doubt about the scale of ambition in the kitchen and dining room at Hollywood Road’s star restaurant. The kitchen staff at Jashan in Central Hong Kong consistently deliver food worthy of the Michelin guide, but there’s plenty of front-of-house touches that assure diners that Jashan’s world class talents are not restricted to the plate. The dining room is a sumptuously upholstered space, in vivid vermillion and gold, tastefully designed to foster intimacy between diners. Of course, first and foremost Jashan is the home of great food, all accolades aside. Unusually for a restaurant of such serious ambition, there are plenty of promotions and offers here too. Aside from the much admired delivery menu (seriously, you can get this delivered) there’s a lunch and Sunday buffet to allow diners to sample some of everything from Jashan’s celebrated menu. Jashan is open daily.
Very good food and service Chicken tikka lamb Rogan josh and Garlic bread Good vegetarian options for one of Our diners Will go back again
Wonderful good food, good ambience, service was good, variety of food was great, we got buy 3 get 1 offer, vale of money. overall good experience.
Fantastic food and atmosphere. I mentioned it was my husbands birthday and the staff even brought out a dessert and sung happy birthday! We'll be back
Excellent food. Friendly helpful service. Very good value. The decor is quirky and comfortable. Mine host is genial and a bit cheeky. Go - you won't regret it!
Great indian taste in center of hong kong. Enjoyed indian food at affordable price.Very good indian food. Good hospitality. Nice staff. Good taste. Spices are mild as compared to Indian taste. Enjoy a good cuisine. Little bit costly.Live music at dinner time. Vegetarian and non vegetarian options. Thanks for the services.
It was my first visit to this restaurant for a Sunday brunch Buffet. I personally liked the following. 1) Online reservation 2) Food 3) Quality of service 4) Reasonable price for a buffet in Hong Kong Thanks
A great evening out with my family. Friendly staff made the evening a good laugh. Service and food were OK but more than anything the restaurant has a good atmosphere and is in a great location. I would definitely return again with my kids.
Good food. Tasty and healthy. Had the buffet in weekday. It is Indian cuisine but very much liked by UK, Taiwan and Hongkong people. This is my second time and will be happy to come again. One request to increase options in desert.
Attentive service and delicious main dishes (Rogan Josh and Tikka Masala). Also, really well cooked naan bread. Only minor complaint would be the Poppadoms, which could have been larger and crispier. Overall a great choice for Indian food in HK.
Lovely food and good value for money. May want to add a mixed starter to the menu and look at the bread basket as an increased variety in preparing naan / pratha / roti would add.