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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2016

Sree India Palace

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Sree India Palace

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Sree India Palace

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Sree India Palace

(04) 2323-3377
45, GongYi N St, West Dist
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm, 5:30-9:30 pm (closed Mon.)
English menu
Cash only.
10% service charge.

On an alley just off GongYi Road, Sec. 2 (turn at 85 C cafe), this restaurant offers cuisine from all across India, ranging from common northern Indian favorites such as curries and grilled items, to hard-to-find dishes from the south and elsewhere, like the fritter-like vadas and bhajis, all prepared by two experienced Indian chefs. Drinks include Indian lassi yogurt drinks, beers and other liquors. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

A. Another unique offering is the well-known Chinese-Indian appetizer, Chicken Lollipop (NT$250 for 5 pieces), pictured with the crepe-like Masala Dosa (NT$350).

B. Unique to this restaurant are dishes from the owner's south-central Indian city of Hyderabad, where cuisine has northern and southern Indian influences. These include the pictured (top right) lamb-based Talawa Ghost (NT$390) entree and Hyderabad Dhum Biryani (NT$390, order half-day in advance), served with chilies in a Mirchi ka Salaan (onion, coconut, peanuts and spices) sauce, plus a cooling Raita (yogurt, cucumber and onions).

C. This cozy, but classy, little place has seating for 42.

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