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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January, 2007.

THE SPICE SHOP

2, Alley 53, Lane 63, DunHua S Rd, Sec 2
停業 Closed

Six years ago, Mr. Hsiung, who has resided in India, opened "The Spice Shop" in TianMu. Now, his sister Norah has come to DunNan Night Market to set up another store for the surrounding Indian community that is missing the flavours of home. Norah is both the owner and main chef. Young and lively, Norah's combination of good culinary skills comes from her mother, who is from the northwest area of India, and her own experiences in TianMu. The flavour she presents is light and healthy yet wonderfully delicious. --By Josie Wu, translated by Picker Chen

A. On the menu, the eye-catching choice of "Royal Cuisine Special" is a Lamb Pasanda (NT$290) with large chunks of lamb thigh that is both tender and rich in flavour, and a sizeable piece of Naan (NT$50) completes this authentic dish. A plate with two small pieces of Indian Sumpapre (NT$50) that seem hard and chunky will melt immediately in your mouth, giving off a sweet, lingering taste.

B. Besides the Chicken Tandoori Special (NT$300), Norah also recommends her favourites, the Vegetable Makhani (NT$190) and the Fish Butter Masala (NT$290).

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