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Naisa Pan-Asian Cafe

Posted on 11.20.2013

Naisa Pan-Asian Cafe

>> Walking into Naisa Pan-Asian Café, I was a bit unsure, but the restaurant’s atmosphere was inviting, with Asian-style artwork greeting us on all of the walls. My two friends and I ordered two appetizers to start. The Chicken Satay boasted rich flavor, and the second appetizer we ordered, Pork Dumplings, is something I would recommend to anyone. It’s hard to find dumplings like these in Indianapolis, but these were reminiscent of the ones my Korean father makes. In true Asian tradition, we shared all of our entrees. The first was the Naisa stir fried rice noodles with beef,  full of fresh ingredients and tender beef. The next was our favorite, the Garlic-Chile Chicken, which had a spicy sauce and fresh vegetables. We decided to try the Pork with Coconut Curry, since none of us had ever had Asian curry. It was our least favorite, but it had the most robust flavor. Overall, Naisa Pan-Asian Café served good food, with my only  complaint being its overly Americanized menu.


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