Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

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The best Indian restaurant is?

Poll ended at 01 Jan 2012, 12:24

Aaleja
2
7%
Cafe India
0
No votes
Kunming
1
3%
Saffron
14
48%
Tandoor
3
10%
The Spice Shop
5
17%
Other (please post name)
4
14%
 
Total votes : 29

Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby elektronisk » 25 Nov 2011, 12:24

If you chose "Other" please be sure to post the name and I will count them manually for the final poll results. If no name is posted/given/pm'd for "Other" the vote will not count.

You can change your vote anytime until January 1, 2012.



"Other" so far includes:
. Masala House
. Calcutta
. Out of India




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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Tigerman » 28 Nov 2011, 18:14

Other. I always like that little masala joint over off Shi-Da Rd. This one.
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby jimipresley » 28 Nov 2011, 19:31

My favorite is "Calcutta" in Ximen.
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Icon » 04 Dec 2011, 12:35

Tigerman wrote:Other. I always like that little masala joint over off Shi-Da Rd. This one.


Second this one.
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby elektronisk » 04 Dec 2011, 21:17

Icon wrote:
Tigerman wrote:Other. I always like that little masala joint over off Shi-Da Rd. This one.


Second this one.



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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Tempo Gain » 12 Dec 2011, 02:24

jimipresley wrote:My favorite is "Calcutta" in Ximen.


Went the other day, I concur.
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Bu Lai En » 15 Dec 2011, 21:30

Other: Out of India (Shi-Da)
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Ryan the third » 12 Jan 2012, 17:57

Ok. Somehow I missed this. I still want to link my favorite here for people who are interested. http://maps.google.de/maps/place?q=%E5% ... 1352640557 Yindu Mama in the night market near the taipower building station. My gf and I actually enjoyed the food there so much that it became our go-to indian restaurant in taipei
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby El Toro » 12 Jan 2012, 18:44

Does this necessarily have to be in Taipei? In Hsinchu, mine is Sree India Palace.
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Re: Best Indian Restaurant of 2011

Postby elektronisk » 15 Jan 2012, 20:11

Ryan the third wrote:Ok. Somehow I missed this. I still want to link my favorite here for people who are interested. http://maps.google.de/maps/place?q=%E5% ... 1352640557 Yindu Mama in the night market near the taipower building station. My gf and I actually enjoyed the food there so much that it became our go-to indian restaurant in taipei


Thanks Ryan for the tip on Indu MaMa. I'm looking forward to it.

El Toro wrote:Does this necessarily have to be in Taipei? In Hsinchu, mine is Sree India Palace.


All of the polls are open for island wide recommendations. For example, Best steak went to "The BBQ House" in Hsinchu. Not to mention many other notables included in the polls. The Bayou (Kaohsiung), Tavola (Kaohsiung), Don Burrito (Kaohsiung), Lucky's Place (Hualian), and Pisa Pizza (Taichung) were also included.

This is country wide. If you have recommendations, please give them to me now for the 2012 poll.
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