Dining Bollywood Style in Gaylord Indian Restaurant, HK

Jeff came from a run with his fellow HK hashers and he said someone from the group recommended a good Indian restaurant near where we are staying. Gaylord Indian Restaurant is the name of the place, it’s a Michelin-starred restaurant and has been operational since 1972.

gaylord indian restaurant

gaylord indian restaurant

We arrived past 9 pm, way past dinner time so there were only a few occupied tables. We were seated comfortably in the sofa inside an alcove, in front of us was live Indian music playing. Hah! I thought, this is how to dine Bollywood style.

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A complimentary basket Papadums or Papad were served while we scanned their menu for our orders. From Wiki, Papadum or papad is a thin, crisp disc-shaped Indian and Pakistani food typically based on a seasoned dough usually made from peeled black gram flour, fried or cooked with dry heat. Pickles and mint chutney also came with the papad.


Papadums with mint chutney and pickles

Judging from the Gaylord’s ambiance, I knew that the menu will be on the pricey side. Their Chicken Masala, which we ordered, is 116 HKD. Gwen and I were still full from our ice cream prior to this so we just ordered Garlic Naan to munch.

Garlic Naan and Chicken Masala gaylord indian restaurant

Garlic Naan and Chicken Masala

The Chicken Masala is a light chicken curry with onion and coriander. This is big on spices and you can really taste them in every bite. However, Jeff requested to tone down the heat.

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Chicken Masala, 116 HKD

I love their super soft Garlic Naan bread, albeit greasy. I used it to scoop some sauce of Jeff’s Chicken Masala.

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Garlic Naan, 35 HKD

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late dinner at Gaylord

If you’re looking for an authentic Indian restaurant while in Hong Kong, do try Gaylord.

gaylord restaurant hong kong

Gaylord Indian Restaurant
1/F, 23-25 Ashley Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


  1. Oh I love Indian food! Kahit pa siguro hindi Indian ang napangasawa ko haha! Bonus na ngayon that I can already cook Indian dishes! 🙂

    Namiss ko bigla ang Naan na authentic!


  2. Badet Siazon says:

    Ang sarap ng pagka spicy nila pero may lasa pa rin no?


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