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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2014

Mr. India

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Mr. India

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Mr. India

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Mr. India

(04) 2320-8821
6, JingCheng Rd, 1F, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10:30 pm
English menu available.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

Thanks to its new Indian owner's passion, this recently-relaunched restaurant is becoming known for its great cuisine, prepared with natural herbs and spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and cumin. Authentic tastes of India can be found in every kind of curry, grilled meat and stewed vegetable dish, and the Naan bread. If you're not fond of spicy food, just tell the chefs to tone it down when you order. --By Niang Chen, translated by Chen Deh-I

A. Tandoori chicken (NT$299), a signature Indian dishes, features chicken leg marinated with ginger, garlic and yogurt, and then grilled to give it a beautiful color, wonderful aroma and palate-pleasing flavor. Chicken Malai Tikka (NT$299) consists of chicken-leg meat mixed with cheese, butter, cashews, and then grilled. The cashews give the chicken a faint nutty flavor.

B. "Mr. India" himself welcomes you to his authentic restaurant.

C. Rip off a piece of Naan, add a spoonful of curry, and enjoy! Pictured: Garlic/Butter/Jeera Naan (NT$60), Lamb/Beef Curry (NT$299), vegetarian Aloo Gobi (NT$250).

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