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FUN MAGAZINE, September 2004.
30, KoQiang Rd., Taipei, 1F(Near TianMu Swimming
Hours: 11 am-2 :30 pm; 5-11 pm
Credit cards accepted.
newest Indian restaurant is Cafe India. A clean and cozy
place in TienMu with over 100 delicious items on the
menu, it's already a hit. Over 150 people showed up for
the grand opening and, just two weeks later it, people
were lining up outside for a seat. Owner and 25-year
veteran chef Pravin Kapoor brought in two 5-star chefs
from India, imported all spices, makes the yoghurt on
site, and insists on his staff's attention to detail
and fine quality of service. It's a vicious rumor that
all Indian food is spicy. The food is as spicy as you
like, or mild if you prefer. Take the Murgh Patilala
(NT$320) a tender boneless chicken with tomato, capsicum
and mustard seeds in a thick dry gravy; it's mild, full
of flavor and leaves you wanting more. Dinner orders
can be placed up to midnight, Saturday and Sunday Lunch
Buffets include is different dishes and a free drink
at NT$400. Catering and home delivery are also offered.
--By Joe Duffer, translated by Echo Tsai