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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2012
 

Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting

Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting
Indian Chef Trilok Singh Rawat

Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting

By Douglas Habecker
Translated by Angel Pu

6, JingCheng Rd, Xitun District
(04) 2320-8821
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm
Halal food.
English menu
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

In the almost half-year that it's been open, Tapas-One has moved on from a high-profile launch and settled down--after some adjustments--into a dining groove that seems to suit most of its patrons. As management readily admits, achieving this certainly wasn't easy and required some experimentation with the menu.

Today, this swanky Spanish establishment welcomes a variety of guests with a full range of fare, including authentic Spanish main courses and set meals that come with three kinds of Pintxos appetizers, bread, soup and salad options, and drink. There are also reasonably-priced Tuesday-Friday lunches (from NT$250 a la carte and NT$420 for sets).

Not surprisingly, however, a main Tapas-One attraction is a full range of Spanish tapas appetizers that can be enjoyed alone or with a main course. November is an ideal time to enjoy tapas, which are discounted 20% after 8 p.m. daily throughout the month. Diners can grab a table, or seats at the long dining bar, order up a bunch of these savory palate-pleasers and enjoy

 

Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting Chicken Jalfreji (NT$280) is a slightly-spicy boneless barbecued chicken, cooked and served in a rich tomato sauce with green, yellow and red peppers.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting Aloo Ghobi (NT$220) is a non-meat entree featuring mildly-spiced cauliflower and potatoes cooked in butter.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting A mainstay of northern Indian dining, the savory Tandoori Chicken (NT$290) features chicken marinated with ginger, garlic and yogurt before roasting.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting Nothing helps cool down the spiciness of an Indian meal than a cool Mango Lassi (NT$90) yogurt drink.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting A must-have with any Indian meal is the fragrant, soft, chewy Nan bread (NT$40- 60), offered in eight varieties such as Plain, Onion, or Garlic.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting Another all-time Indian favorite, Chicken Tikka (NT$250) has boneless chicken pieces marinated in Indian spices and baked in a tandoor oven.
Mr. India keeps Indian dining interesting Tomato Dhaniye Ka Shorba (NT$50) is an Indian tomato soup made with coriander leaves and other herbs

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