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COMPASS MAGAZINE > August 2015
  
Mr. India

Mr. India's cuisine is an Indian taste sensation

By Xu Li Ling
Translated by S. Ying

6, JingCheng Rd, 1F, Xitun Dist; (04) 2320-8821
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10:30 pm
English menu.
Credit cards accepted.
No service charge.

Curry is an Indian classic, rich and flavorful with a variety of spices and pairing wonderfully with chicken and seafood for a variety of dishes. This restaurant reflects the authentic flavors of India, from the servers' outfits and every decorated corner of the interior to the executive chef's cooking. Thus, a dining experience here takes you on a journey to India.

Mr. India Methi Malai Jhinga (NT$399)-Every bite of this dish, which uses yogurt as a base and is blended with crushed walnuts, gives you a mouthful of shrimp and nutty flavors and refreshing yogurt, making it a good choice for the summer.
Mr. India

Tandori Chicken (NT$299)-The chicken in this entree is marinated with yogurt and a variety of spices, then baked in a tandoori oven at high temperatures so that its skin is crispy and the inside meat is tender. This refreshing dish is served with a special house-made mint sauce for dipping.

Fresh Garlic Naan (NT$60) is baked in a tandoori oven at high temperature.

Aloo Naan (NT$60), made with mashed potatoes, is a unique flavor for naan lovers.

Mr. India Butter Chicken (NT$299)-Fresh tomatoes pureed and combined with fresh cream for this dish's sauce, paired with boneless, skinless chicken. The final result will convince you that tomatoes, cream and curry are a great combination.
Mr. India Kadhai Paneer (NT$299) is made with on kilogram of cheese created from 15 bottles of milk. The rich milk flavors, together with hints of spiciness, are ideal when enjoyed with Naan bread.

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