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Chilliesine Indian Bistro (Chillies 4)

Chillies Indian has opened its fourth Taiwan branch with this attractive, spacious venue seating over 70. Just meters from ChongDe Road, the striking venue stands out with a range of Indian imported items–colored glass lamps, bronze Hindu sculptures, Indian art and customized, hand-painted, cushioned wooden furniture. New dishes–added to a simplified menu that makes ordering easier–include starters like unique Masala Papad Cones (NT$120 for 4), filled with vegetables, Seve Puri (NT$240 for 6) stuffed, puffed wafers, and new Pakoda fritter flavors. Among new entrees is a popular northern Indian street dish, Chole Bhature (NT$290)–a chickpea curry served with a puffed-up, deep-fried bread, and Grilled River Fish or Chicken Fillet (NT$350), plus updated Indo-Chinese dish Veg Manchurian, now served with gravy. A simplified curry menu allows you to pair one of four curry styles with chicken, lamb, mixed seafood and other choices, and there are six main BBQ (Kabab) courses (NT$320-480). Beers, spirits, cocktails, mocktails and wines are among drink choices.

北屯區山西路三段175號 (04) 2422-3700
175, ShanXi Rd, Sec 3, Beitun Dist
 11 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-9:30 pm

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Written by 何道明 Douglas Habecker

Douglas Habecker is the editor-in-chief of Compass Magazine


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