Bombay G/F 87 Woo Sung Street Jordan Tel 2780 0664 Grub: Indian curries, tandoori and snacks. Vibe: An oasis of tranquility after the pandemonium of Nathan Road. This is a small family-run restaurant that looks like it has occupied the same premises for years. Bollywood movies provide background music and entertainment for the staff when they are less busy. The sequinned Indian art on the walls would look tacky anywhere else but fits right into to the ambience here. Who to take: People who like Indian food. The menu also has a lot to offer for vegetarians. What's hot: It's a fairly typical Indian menu with no real surprises, but plenty for vegetarians. A good way to kick-start proceedings is with a plate of vegetable pakora, vegetables coated in a mildly spicy batter made from chickpea flour then deep-fried, and served with a minty dipping sauce. My plate included potato, peppers, cauliflower and okra, but it varies depending on what's available at the market that day. Tandoori is great for meat lovers and the menu offers a good selection: lamb chops, kebabs, chicken and the ever popular chicken tikka. The fish, however, is a stand-out: firm and succulent. If there are enough of you, or if you're particularly hungry, you could try the tandoori mixed grill which offers a selection of different tandoori meats. For vegetarians, the tandoor oven offers paneer tikka, a cottage cheese that has been marinated overnight, and vegetable kebabs. Of course, there are plenty of curries to choose from. Two slightly less common options are cuttlefish curry cooked in south Indian style, and the Goan fish curry. Goa is also the home of the ferociously hot vindaloos which you can get here with chicken, fish or lamb. Jalfrezi is a curry that comes from Pakistan and can be mild or as spicy as you like. It contains peppers and tomato, and is spiced with a hearty dose of turmeric. It can be served with rice or scooped up with naan or roti. The curry is available with chicken or veggies. The one dessert is gulab jamun. These are balls of milk solids, deep fried and served in a rose or saffron-scented syrup. They're incredibly sweet, so share an order. What's not: The buildings around here are all very old; while the toilet is perfectly clean, it's out the back in an alley. Apart from the usual selection of canned drinks, the only drinks on the menu are sweet, salty or mango lassi. Cost: Dishes are designed for sharing; two people can eat well for around HK$250.