Indian restaurants in South Korea
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This genuine Indian restaurant tempts downtown office workers with its large menu of banchan -style thalis, lassis, naan breads and all the usual Indian favourites like tandoori and masala tea. Lunchtimes, with W10,000 thalis on offer, can be hectic.
With a Nepalese chef, this new Indian restaurant-café-bar, named after the film not the city, has music, stylish English-speaking staff and an outside terrace. It has more character and atmosphere than all the city's other restaurants put together. The curries, naan bread and mango lassi taste authentic, and weekends can be busy with a mixed crowd of Koreans and homesick Brits.