Home Cooked: Curry Bay is a contemporary Indian private kitchen that serves up dinner or canapés from across India.
Look & Feel: You’ll be welcomed into a dining room where you’ll feel right at home, seated around a long table with artworks hanging from the walls and curios and elegant tableware lining the shelves. The menu for the evening is displayed on a blackboard with a gilt golden frame.
On the Menu: Dinner at Curry Bay consists of six courses originating from throughout the Indian subcontinent, taking you on a journey from Kashmir in the north to the southern coast. Roadside churmuri chaat, eggplant bahar, and madras fish curry are only a few of the dishes you can expect. ($500 per person for dinner or $200 per person for canapes, with a minimum spend of $5,000.) The dishes are family recipes that have been honed through multiple generations and granted a special twist thanks to the chef’s travel experiences across the globe. Menus can be customized, too.
FYI: You can reserve your table by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The private kitchen can also accommodate up to 40 people for canapés.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.