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The Thali Indian Restaurant in Banqiao

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The Thali Indian Restaurant in Banqiao

Postby springonion » 30 Jul 2016, 00:59

Looking for some authentic, great tasting & decently priced Indian food in New Taipei City? Then head over to The Thali!!.. It just opened recently and is owned and operated by an Indian Chinese. The curries (esp. the Beef curry), daal, nan, tandoori etc all taste great made with ingredients/spices directly imported from India. The place has a great atmosphere, friendly staff and most importantly, it is very conveniently located right next to the HsinPu (Xinpu) MRT Station [Blue Line] Exit 1 (As you come out of the exit, take a left and walk 2 mins. It is right next to a 7-11). The exact address is: 1F, No.419-6 Wen Hua Road Sec 1, Banqiao District, New Taipei City.

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