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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March 2004

Tandoor Indian Restaurant

10, Lane 73, HeJiang St.
(02) 2509-9853/2505-4870
Hours:12 pm-2:30 pm,6-10:30 pm
Credit Cards Accepted / 10% Service Charge

     Curry comes from India, where the word itself means "to mix all spices and cook". Authentic Indian curry contains ample amounts of cloves, coriander seeds, mustard, turmeric powder and hot peppers, and yogurt is often added to enrich the taste. Tandoor is one of the oldest authentic, traditional Indian curry restaurants in Taiwan. It hires Indian chefs and uses high-quality ingredients imported from India. The Indian way to eat curry is to dip the naan bread (NT$50)--held by the index and middle fingers--into the curry and then bite off the bread. Recommended dishes are the Mutton Vindaloo (NT$ 300) and the Daal Makhani (NT$ 220), or there is the buffet (NT$ 440) for first-timers. – By Jossie Wu, Translated by Sheng Chen
 

 

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