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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November 2004.

Himalaya Indian Restaurant


(02) 2777-2292
20, Alley 6, Lane 170, ZhongXaio East Rd.
Hours¡G11:30 am-3 pm, 5-9:30 pm
Credit cards accepted; 10% service
charge

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The stereotypical Indian cuisine is fine food mixed with a myriad of spices. I still remember my ever-first sip of spicy Indian tea, with its strong, lasting flavors. Himalaya Indian Restaurant, located in the business area of East District, serves tasty Indian food for reasonable prices, ranging from NT$40 to NT$350, with special choices for the working classes, and meal sets and working lunches targeting business people. Business meal sets are recommended for customers with big appetites, and a free roasted chicken leg and two vegetable dishes are free with each order. Working lunches are another good choice, with prices from NT$150 to NT$300. Chef Deepak also recommends that first-time customers try the Roasted Chicken with Indian sour cheese. The chicken is first seasoned with spices, such as Indian curry, roasted at mild temperatures, then served with the chef's special sauce. The flavors aren't too spicy, allowing you to enjoy the savory combination of Indian spices and curry. Again, this is highly recommended for first-timers. The restaurant's interior decorations and music are both authentically Indian, making this a truly Indian experience for diners. --By Bonnie Huang, translated by Tony Li


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