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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2013

Mr. Curry Indian Cuisine

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Mr. Curry Indian Cuisine

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Mr. Curry Indian Cuisine

(04) 2436-0595
225-12, DongShan Rd, Sec 1, Beitun Dist.
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-9 pm
Halal cuisine.
English menu available.
Cash only.
No service charge.

This little Indian eatery, offering savory, low-priced food, was opened by Pakistani native Yousuf. Although he is still modifying his menu selection, a proven best-seller is the Indian-style Fried Rice (NT$70-80), which comes in beef, chicken, shrimp or vegetable varieties. Other items include Chicken Chana Masala (NT$250), Eggplant Curry (NT$180), beef, chicken and vegetable rolls (NT$70-80), and lassi yogurt drinks. Interestingly enough, Yousuf says he may also add pizzas to the menu! --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Chen Deh-I

A. Filling but very cheap, the Monday-Friday lunch specials include this NT$150 Beef Curry, which includes rice, nan bread, soup (Chicken Cream Corn shown here) and drink. There are even cheaper NT$130 shrimp and vegetable curry options, too.

B. Chef/owner Yousuf, who has spent over two decades in Taiwan, does much of the cooking himself.

Mr. Curry Indian CuisineC. The no-frills interior features a handful of tables, which can fill up with hungry diners. The second floor will also be opened in the future.

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