The area we live in is packed with great restaurants. Unfortunately, most of them cater to the rich white bankers who don't mind paying hundreds of dollars for a meal that would, at the bottom of the hill, be a third of that price. So we try not to go out much around here. Luckily, we've discovered an Indian place right by our house that is cheap and unbelievably tasty. It's a hole-in-the-wall with a friendly owner and a couple of tables on the sidewalk so you can sit outside and watch Hong Kong happen.
Roasted papadum with mint sauce:
Malai kofta (vegetable croquette stuffed with indian cheese, fruit and cashews in some sort of creamy sauce) and bhindi masala (roasted okra and onions with spices):
The best and cheapest Indian food we've had so far.