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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2014

GanGa Indian Cuisine

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GanGa Indian Cuisine

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GanGa Indian Cuisine

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GanGa Indian Cuisine

(04) 2247-0110
721, WenXin Rd, Sec 4, Beitun Dist.
Hours: 11 am-2:30 pm, 5-10 pm (last order 8:45 pm; drinks/snacks to 10 pm)
Cash only.
No service charge.

GanGa aims to stand out from the crowd, offering not only a full range of excellent traditional and creative cuisine prepared by two five-star hotel Indian chefs, but also a classy ambiance, weekend buffet, Thali set meals, weekday NT$199 lunch specials, and award-winning British beers and ciders. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Sho Huang

A. Nine-course GanGa Special Thali lunch/dinner sets (NT$760 2-person, NT$1,750 5-person) include Indian bread, Tandoori Chicken, Vegetable Biryani, meat-curry and vegetable curry choice from the menu, and Haagen Daz ice cream, plus beverage options. Curry options (with a la carte prices noted) include the pictured Butter Chicken (NT$290), Chicken Tikka (NT$200), Bhuna Mutton (NT$290) and Palak Paneer (NT$290), made with homemade cheese.

B. An Indian cornucopia of about a dozen all-you-can-eat dishes, plus "bottomless" soda, Lassi, yogurt drink and Masala Tea, are part of the Friday-Sunday 5-9 p.m. buffet (NT$380/person, NT$320/vegetarian).

C. A variety of tasteful decorations illustrating GanGa's "Faces of India" slogan highlight the upscale ambiance, complete with jazz music.

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