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Out Of India

Out Of India: An Indian Restaurant Where Indians go to Eat Indian Food in Taipei

Out Of India is an Indian restaurant recommended to us by Indians within the expat community. We visited to see if it’s as good as they say.

3 Idiots Toast & Curry

Appetizing Indian Vegetarian Food at 3 Idiots Toast and Curry

3 Idiots is a popular Indian restaurant which was established by an Indian owner to promote the vegetarian Indian food scene in Taiwan.

Open

Open: A Cool Diner Where You Can Chill with Friends and Play Board Games

Open is a huge diner where group gatherings come to enjoy playing video games and board games in the comfort of delicious food and drinks.

OriginBAR

OriginBAR: Relax and Enjoy Tea Cocktails in a Dimly-lit Bar

OriginBAR is a gastropub that also serves tea-based cocktails with an amazing reputation on its super relaxing atmosphere and friendliness.

Showa Ice

Beat the Heat with a Refreshing Bowl of Shaved Ice at Showa Ice

One of the most refreshing ways to beat the Taiwan summer heat is to indulge in a delicious and refreshing bowl of shaved ice.

Instil Coffee Dimension

Instil Coffee Dimension: Low Key Cafe with a Spacious Basement

There are many cafes jotted around the Da’an District, but one of our favorites is Instil Coffee Dimension.

Original Bakery

Gorgeous Hand-baked Bagels at the Original Bakery

Tucked away in an alley behind Ren Ai Circle/Dunhua S. Road is a bakery that hand-bakes their own delicious signature bagels.

MOJO 1921

Make new friends in Taipei from the Language Meetup Events at MOJO 1921

MOJO 1921 is a cafe next to the Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei. It holds language meetups, making it an ideal way to meet new people.

Drinking at Jim and Dad's

Enjoy Some Locally-brewed Craft Beers at Jim & Dad’s

One of the most awesome new additions to the Taipei craft beer scene has to be Jim & Dad’s near Beimen MRT Station.

Xianlaoman Lao Man dumplings

Traditional Beijing-style Lao Man Dumplings at Xianlaoman

Xianlaoman is best known for its traditional Lao Man dumplings and Beijing-style dishes that date back to the Qing Dynasty.

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