Recognized as the best Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, Jashan went under a major facelift and is now back with a modern twist.
Adding some spice into your dining experience, is a dynamic and talented Indian culinary team which has brought with them the magical flavours of old and present-day India.
Being the first restaurant in HK to be mentioned in the Michelin Guide 2013 for Indian cuisine, and we are the winner of GHM Cordons Bleus - Recommendation Restaurant 2016. Jashan continues to commit itself to quality and authenticity - with a menu that is set to impress - and is conveniently located along Hollywood Road in Central.
With warm decors of vermillion and gold details, impressive chandeliers, welcoming sofas, as well as colonial furnishings, walking into Jashan brings you to a modern India.
This eating establishment raises the benchmark for Indian restaurants in the city, developing a reputation for its high quality cuisine and attentive service. It is opened all day, serving lunch, afternoon snacks , dinner and late dinners.
A Hong Kong-based transport operator has won the contract to run services on the £14.5bn Crossrail train route, beating British rivals Go-Ahead, National Express and Arriva to the high-profile franchise.
MTR will operate services across the full route from 2019, with trains crossing from Reading through tunnels under central London to Shenfield in Essex.
London's mayor, Boris Johnson, said: "As hardworking engineers beaver away underneath our feet on the construction of Crossrail's tunnels, we are putting the final pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together above ground. I am delighted that we can announce the operator of this landmark railway, bringing it one step closer to welcoming passengers aboard."
MTR also operates the London Overground concession with Arriva UK Trains as well as running the metro system in Hong Kong. Jay Walder, its chief executive, described Crossrail as "a 21st-century railway for a 21st-century London".
He added: "Crossrail's success will be finally realised through pioneering and sustaining a culture to deliver world-class performance. We will work passionately with TfL to achieve this."
Crossrail will see the transformation of a number of overcrowded central London Tube stations and drastically improve cross-London journey times. However, the amount of government money spent on the project has led to accusations from politicians and campaigners outside London that the south-east of the UK is receiving a disproportionate share of infrastructure investment in the UK.