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Indian Tandoori Restaurante

Indian Tandoori Restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy a sensorial journey through the unique ancestral flavours of Indian cuisine. Inspired by the art of cooking, this restaurant has many specialties to offer everyone, including delicious dishes for vegetarian guests. In addition to the take-away service, from Monday to Friday we have daily specials at lunch. The establishment also has catering services for party occasions, like Christmas, birthdays and other ceremonies.

Indian food, outdoor, take away.

Monday to Sunday 11:30 - 15:00 | 18:30 - 24:00



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Author:Raquel Belard | 2020-11-11

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Address:
Rua da Estação, 60-62

Postal Code:
4200-171

City Zone:
Campanhã

Landline Phone:
964973135

Email:
indiantandooriporto.dk@gmail.com

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