Situated on the second floor in the heart of Nampodong, New Little India specializes in the finest authentic Indian cuisine. The elegantly-styled interior and superior service complements the remarkably fresh ingredients on their vast menu. A great destination for those looking to enjoy a fine meal at affordable prices and a quiet ambiance.
Address: 48-2, 2 ga, Changsun-dong, Jung-gu, Busan, South Korea
open: 11am - 10pm
During my first few months in Korea, my hagwon boss took our staff out for lunch. We went to a little Japanese donkas place...
BUSAN, South Korea -- It's 7:48 p.m. My eyes stray from my phone and gaze across the room. It's quiet and peaceful, unusual for a PNU bar, but it is early. There is only one other person in the room; his stare is focused, yet vacant, and accompanied by little movement other than the odd drag of a Marlboro cigarette.
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Busan Awesome Review - Good Indian food seems to be becoming more and more common here in Busan. Fewer than nine months after reading about how difficult it was to find decent Indian food here, there are at least three good options. The most recent one I’ve tried is Bombay Indian Restaurant in Nampo-dong.
The owner and cook is a really friendly guy who speaks perfect English. He explained that they serve western Indian food, which shares a lot of elements with Pakistani and Afghan foods. The menu lacked some of my personal favorite Indian dishes, but there were also a lot of things I’d never heard of and would like to try.