Whenever I’m visiting Cheonan and my family wants to eat out, we usually go to the same place… the vegan buffet. But recently we tried out Mount Fishtail, probably the only Indian/Nepalese restaurant in Cheonan. It’s gotten pretty good reviews from other expat vegetarians, so I wanted to check it out. My parents love Indian food and they like trying new ethnic restaurants so they came with.
So instead of nan, I filled up on this vegetable fried rice (Vegetable Briyani, 9,00won). This was yummy. I think it usually comes with paneer cheese cubes, but they left that out for us. It tasted a bit pineapply, and I usually don’t like pineapples in savory food, but I didn’t mind it this time~
The palak curry, minus the cheese and yogurt. It was okay. I’ve had vegan palak curries at other restaurants and I’ve never been disappointed, but this one for some reason didn’t quite hit the spot. Kinda one-note in flavor. I still enjoyed it, but compared to the other ones I’ve had, it was slightly sub-par.
Over all, I enjoyed my meal~ I thought the curries were slightly on the runnier side than I prefer, and their vegan options weren’t as good as some of the Indian places around Seoul, but I guess if you’re in the boonies like Cheonan and you have a craving for Indian food, this is the place to go. :)
Directions to Mount Fishtail
Cheonan Station, line 1, exit 1. When you come out of Cheonan station, walk straight towards the main road. Take the underpass to cross the road. Mount Fishtail is on your right hand side, on the second floor.
Phone: 041 555 3612.