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Turn Up the Heat at Hazara

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This classy Indian restaurant has rich décor and delightful dishes to match. The interior is tastefully decorated with intricate pieces from across Asia setting a beautiful dining scene. The menu is an extensive collection of North Indian cuisine prepared by Chef Vikram Singh, and restaurant manager Prem Karki and his team can give you some helpful suggestions if you find the menu a tad overwhelming.
You can kick off your meal with Punjabi Samoa’s (¥65) and sample favourite sides such as Aloo Gobi (¥88) and Aloo Saag (¥95) or a variety of Nann breads starting at ¥26. If you can handle heat, try the Nishad Vindaloo (¥95) – a spicy coconut lamb and potato curry, from Southern India. Chef Singh also recommends the Murgh Kadha Masala (¥95); an intense chicken curry, flavoured with aromatic garam masla and chili. Many dishes incorporate traditional Moghul flavours, as well as a good mix of dishes with a Punjab flair, such as Paneer. There are also popular Kashmiri dishes like the flavour packed Rogan Josh!
Hazara has been one of Beijing’s best Indian eats for a while, and they’re still going strong. So if you’re looking for a place to have a relaxing dining experience while enjoying some spicy treats head down to the Face Hotel, just south of the Workers Stadium.

Add: 26 Dongcaoyuan, Gongti Nanlu, Chaoyang District
朝阳区工体南路东草园26号
Tel: 6551 6788

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