|Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Wan Chai Hong Kong|
|Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant in Wan Chai Hong Kong|
At Khana Khazana, one can have Indian favourites like Bombay Chaat (Paani Puri, Dahi Puri, Bhel, Aloo Puri, all 48 HKD each), Chhole Bhature (70 HKD), Pav Bhaaji (68 HKD), South Indian Idli, Wada, Dosa (48-68 HKD), Chinese rice, noodles, & vegetables (68 HKD), desserts like Firni (48 KHD) and Kesar Badam Kulfi (68 HKD). Ruh-Afzah Milk (38 HKD) and Badam Lassi (48 HKD) feature among the drinks on offer. Vegetarian curries cost around 68 HKD and Indian tandoori breads start at 18 HKD a piece.
|Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Wan Chai Hong Kong Menu|
Vegetarian Set Lunch (Thali)
|Vegetarian Set Lunch at Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Hong Kong|
|Mango Lassi at Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Hong Kong|
Khana Khazana's Vegetarian Set Lunch Lunch (Thali) and weekdays' lunch buffet deserve special mention. Thali costs 138 HKD plus 10% service charge and is huge. It comes with tomato soup, a dessert, and a standard drink (like Lassi) that one can choose from the menu, apart from daal curry, three vegetable curries, raita, salad, vegetarian seekh kebab, and a tandoori bread of your choice. It is an excellent way to sample a variety of Indian dishes in just one meal.
Vegetarian Buffet Lunch
|Indian Curries in Buffet Lunch Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Hong Kong|
|Snacks in Buffet Lunch Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant Hong Kong|
However, if one happens to be there for lunch during weekdays (Mon-Fri), the buffet lunch should not be missed. It costs 88 HKD + 10% service charge per person and is an all-one-can-eat meal. Now see what you get for the price: rice idli, wada, coconut chutney & sambar, palak pakora & seekh kebab, paneer kadai, veg Jaipuri, aloo jeera, daal tadka, steam rice, tandoori breads, green salad, and gaajar (carrot) Ka Halwa. Now you know why they call it Khana Khazana! If you are looking for non-vegetarian Indian food in Wan Chai, try Jo Jo Indian Cuisine which is at a walking distance from Khana Khazana.
|Posted by Narinder Singh|