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Little India Muslim Restaurant located in Taichung City, Taiwan offers a fabulous selection of mouthwatering North Indian, Pakistani and much more food dishes, at reasonable prices. This restaurant is perfect for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. Only fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes....more

Taichung, Taiwan

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Little India Muslim Restaurant located in Taichung City, Taiwan offers a fabulous selection of mouthwatering North Indian, Pakistani and much more food dishes, at reasonable prices. This restaurant is perfect for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. Only fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes.

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Cuisine

Seafood, North Indian, Pakistani

Halal Assurance

Halal certified restaurant

Opening Hours

11am-2pm and 4pm-10pm

Address

60, Boguan 3rd Street, Taichung City 403, Taiwan

Phone

0926737335

Email

alittleindia@hotmail.com

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