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Why Out Of India is special ?
Out Of India is not spacious that you might feel a little inconvenient for placing personal objects if you wear heavy coat or carry lots of stuff. The food is authentic and delicious, such as Roti Prata and curry rice. Dining here, you will find that simple ingredients can be full of flavor with its special sauce. The high store rent at the business district of National Taiwan Normal University often forces restaurants to close down, and this is why Out of India which has run its business here for long is worth a try.
There is seating for 24 on the main floor and a basement party room that holds 20 and can be rented out for private functions
You should order: a lunch time set meal with veggie curry, rice, salad and a drink for NT$150 or a large set meal with soup, chicken tikka, curry, rice, butter nan and masala milk tea is also available at lunch and dinner for NT$350, a mixed grill combination of tandoori chicken, mutton, fish and prawns (NT$450).
In addition to the usual selection of chicken, mutton and fish curries, masalas and vindaloos are a few specialty dishes such as mutton kadaise (cooked with onion, tomatoes and herbs in a kadai Indian wok) and a Goa style fish curry.
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
Out of India, 26, Lane 13, Pucheng St, Taipei
Tips for you
Out of India is a great Indian restaurant in the Shida area. The food is pretty consistent and while it isn't the cheapest food by a long mile in the area it is authentic Indian Cuisine in a lovely, cheerful setting. The chefs are brought over from India and their expertise and good quality ingredients make for a slap up meal. I find it is best to go in larger groups so you can try more dishes while staying within a reasonable budget (of say, NT$350 a person). If the owner is around give him a hat tip, he has stood up for restaurateurs rights in the area despite some pretty sustained campaigns against them over the last couple of years.
Delicious, affordable food. Definitely among the better Indian options in Taipei. Good service. Good vegetarian options. Butter chicken and masala fish are great!