Restaurant Khana khazana Indian kitchen, No. 366 Jilong Road Section 1, Xinyi District, Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Khana khazana Indian kitchen is special ?
In the glossy Xinyi district is Khana Khazana restaurant (饗印印度料理). Expect smiley service at this Indian restaurant, which serves a range of northern and southern cuisine. Almost all of the Indian cuisine superstars feature on the menu - from raita and pakora to briyani, paneer and tandoori. The curry dishes are made with authentic Indian ingredients. For just $60 NT extra, customers can enjoy their meal with naan and cumin-infused pilau rice.
Khana Khazana serves the traditional tastes of India in an upmarket, comfortable restaurant.
From exotic Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian dishes, to Authentic Biryanis and Delicious Halwas, the restaurant serves Halal food only
The extensive menu includes a long list of curry-based main courses (NT$240-380; add NT$50 for naan and rice), from Lamb Korma, Fish Vindaloo, and Shrimp Korma to the creamy coconut-infused Butter Chicken, and Sag Paneer (Indian cheese cooked with fresh pureed spinach and various spices), plus BBQ options like Tandoori Chicken Tikka. Some interesting lighter items include the Tandoori Rolls (NT$180-200), rolled in naan bread, and the Indian-Style Burritos.
How to get to Khana khazana Indian kitchen?
Nearest MRT: Taipei 101 World Trade Center Station 台北101世貿站
- Food taste so good.. pleasant environment
- Very nice and awesome food
- Nice food, friendly staff and cosy interior
- Good food, location and service. Free wifi!
- Good Place to Have Indian Food
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal YES
- Serve vegeterian YES
Khana khazana Indian kitchen, No. 366 Jilong Road Section 1, Xinyi District, Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan
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Great food. Speakers English and very accommodating. Location is perfect right by Grand Hyatt and Taipei 101. Food is to die for.
Spicy' is not too spicy! If you're English , spicy means Madras hot, medium is Bhuna hot. Everything very, very good! :-)
“Nice food, friendly staff and cosy interior” Had a nice lunch with few friends. We ordered Briyani with chicken and mutton, Tandoori chicken, and curry shrimp. The food was excellent. The biryani was well cook, the chicken was tenderly cook and the spices reminds you of authentic biryani. A place a must to try for muslim that visited Taipei. The location in front/ across the road from Grand Hyatt hotel Taipei, make it easy to visit if you had a conference in hyatt.