Just polished off another delicious round of bbq chicken rolls last night at Allah-Din and thought I’d share with everyone else.
Two brothers from Pakistan (owner’s name is Rizwan–handsome young chap who wears a bandana on his head) started this food stand in the RaoHe Night Market near Sung Shan Train Station some time ago. They expanded it to a sit-down restaurant about six months ago. They serve a variety of Indian and Pakistani food, including some excellent curries.
My favorites are the aforementioned chicken rolls. They also sell beef and lamb rolls. They come in a tortilla-like roll with spices and fresh lettuce, onion, and tomato. Sell for NT$80 each. Two is enough to satisfy a big fellow like me. I just love cheap, delicious food like that.
To find them, just go to the Rao He Night market and walk about to the middle. You’ll see their sign. They are right by a foot massage place. Actual address is No. 101 Rao He Street.