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Welcome to Mayur Indian Kitchen: Try The Taste of India while exploring Computex Taipei!

As Taipei gears up for Computex 2024, we warmly invite all visitors to experience a culinary journey at Mayur Indian Kitchen, the largest and most beloved Indian restaurant chain in Taiwan. Whether you're a techie, a food enthusiast, a lover of Indian cuisine, or simply looking for a welcoming place to dine, Mayur Indian Kitchen promises an unforgettable experience.


A Diverse Menu to Delight Every Palate

At Mayur Indian Kitchen, we pride ourselves on offering a wide array of dishes that cater to diverse tastes and dietary preferences:






Vegetarian Delights: Enjoy traditional South Indian favourites like dosa, idli, and sambhar, or savour our flavorful biryanis and fresh naan. You can try our North Indian Thalis, which includes naan, basmati rice, chana masala, and any main course like mixed begetable korma or paneer makhani. Our a la carte menu offers a lot of vegetarian delights.


A Lot for Meat Eaters: Indulge in our succulent tandoori meats, BBQ dishes, and spicy Indo-Chinese cuisine.

Halal and Muslim-Friendly: We offer halal-certified meats and have a dedicated halal restaurant, MIK-8, with a Muslim manager to ensure the highest standards.



Special Dietary Needs: Our menu includes a variety of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, and we have a dedicated vegetarian and vegan location at MIK-3.

Unique Ambiances Across Locations




Each Mayur Indian Kitchen location in Taipei and beyond offers a distinct dining experience:


Fine Dining: MIK-2 is perfect for those seeking a luxurious dining experience.

Home-Style Cuisine: Visit MIK-1 near the iconic Taipei 101 building for a taste of home-style Indian cooking.

Vegetarian and Vegan Haven: MIK-3 offers a completely meat-free menu, ensuring a pure vegetarian and vegan dining experience.



Muslim-Friendly Dining: MIK-8 caters specifically to our Muslim guests, providing a comfortable and welcoming environment with halal-certified dishes.




Convenient Locations and Accessibility:

With seven locations in Taipei, one in New Taipei City, one near Taoyuan Airport, one near Taipei Airport, one in Zhubei City, and two in Taichung, you’re never far from a Mayur Indian Kitchen in Taiwan. All our restaurants are easily accessible via the MRT system, bus, local transport, taxi, or Uber, making it convenient for you to drop by anywhere.








Exceptional Services and Entertainment


Free Delivery and Takeaway:

We offer free delivery in Taipei (for more details, ask us by line: https://line.me/ti/p/@688vynca or WhatsApp +886921004175, and our delicious dishes are available on Uber Eats and FoodPanda too! You can pay in cash or by credit card. We accept linepay, Paypal, online payment too.







Special Promotions: At MIK-6, enjoy a "buy one, get one free" offer on beers and drinks until midnight, along with free live performances, such as belly dancing and live musical bands, every night. To know more, visit our Facebook pages and see the calendar of performances.



Every night, there will also be free live performances, such as belly dancing and live musical bands. To learn

Genuine Reviews and Authentic Experience

At Mayur Indian Kitchen, we value authenticity and guest satisfaction. Our online reviews reflect genuine customer experiences, as we prioritise providing the best authentic Indian taste, comfortable pricing, and excellent service. This commitment has made us the largest and most popular Indian restaurant chain in Taipei, standing out from our competitors.


Visit Us During Computex 2024

We look forward to welcoming all Computex visitors—foreigners, Indians, and Muslim guests alike—to Mayur Indian Kitchen. Come and experience the rich flavours of India, our staff's warm hospitality, and our restaurants' vibrant atmosphere. Whether dining in, taking away, or enjoying a live performance at MIK-6, Mayur Indian Kitchen promises to make your visit to Taipei even more memorable.


See you soon at Mayur Indian Kitchen!




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