★★☆☆☆ This restaurant is there now for close to 10 years( perhaps more). It's owned by Muslims so you can expect halal food. They may have halal certificate as well. Do not be fooled by the description that it's a middle eastern restaurant. You may be disappointed if you expect a good middle eastern food. You may expect some reasonable Indian or Pakistani food. Nothing exceptional. I visited many years ago. I did not visit it recently. So can't say how is quality now. Posted on October 12, 2019
★★★★☆ We saw the poster on the side street. It is not that difficult to find this place provided that you are familiar with TST street. To make things easy for you it is located on the 6th floor of Harlela mansion which is just before iSquare shopping mall. The staffs are welcoming, Food is good. Bit pricey compare to indian restaurant. You can do shisha here for HK130. Posted on December 18, 2014
★☆☆☆☆ You would ahve to look hard for this place. If I remember correctly its on the 6Th floor. You go into a dirty hallway from the main road and take the dirty lift up to this place. Place is run down somewhat. More like an old run down cafe. They have Mid-East and Pakistani dishes as well as a few western style. Food was bland and not that good. I dont know if smoking is allowed in restaurants or not but the owner and other patrons were smoking cigarettes and Hookahs right next to our table. The problem I had with the smoking was seeing one of the head kitchen guys going in and out of the Kitchen smoking. NOT GOOD. Posted on November 25, 2011
★★★☆☆ Nice name and posters, shame the food doesn't live up to the same standards. I ordered dal gosht (meat & lentil curry) with rotis (Pakistani flatbread). The meat was too dry and looked out of place in the curry. I only ate here once and it was close to closing time so maybe my review isn't doing them much justice but they did have a chance and they didn't do a very good job of it on this occasion.
There are 2 menus available with Pakistani/indian/Arabic and some Thai food available too. Posted on September 1, 2010
NR It's in the list of certified Halal restaurants posted in the Islamic Center at Wan Chai. Just walk up to Kowloon Mosque or Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station and there will be someone distributing brochure. Restaurant is located up at 6th floor of a old building (probably rent is cheaper) and quick pack. However dont be surprise to see the owners shoo-ing away customers who have finished eating to sit you. Food is quite good and comes in big portion that can be shared. Price is quite reasonable by Hong Kong standard. Note that if you order Roti you have to order dhall or other gravy separately which can cost almost the same for a Chicken Briyani at HKD55. Posted on June 18, 2009
★★★★☆ Food was quite good, though could be better. Entrance into the restaurant building may put some people off, since it shares it with a spa and a table-dancing bar. Just get into the building, go up the lift to the 6th floor and ignore the other establishments. We initially thought that the restaurant no longer existed, since it did not advertise, while these other two establishments sharing the building had their names in huge neons. Posted on April 13, 2009