I have been eating at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant for over 10years. Quality had gone from Good Indian food to awe full Indian food. Even the basic Punjabi thali was terrible
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Good venue for the food delicious and nice atmoshphere. Will be sure to dine again and bring rest of family for visit.
No fuss plain decor, very good inexpensive meals, a couple of meat dishes but mainly vegetarian. Samosas are great, nice and hot. Give it a try.
I had snacks here the last time in early March 2017 and at that time I thought the food was good although the pav-bhaji was not prepared correctly and so lacked an authentic taste and flavour, but yet was somewhat tasty. This time I opted...More
Being vegetarians, we are choosy at times to go and eat at veg only restaurants. Taj is very good in serving quality veg food. They could do well in cleanliness of restaurant as you'll find tables with leftover food plates etc. They will No 1...More
Went to Taj after ages. As it was Navratri so a couple of us were fasting. Lovely Navaratri Thali, well thought out dishes. The others had Dosas and they all said they were good. Very reasonably priced. The gentleman who served us was very polite...More
This is a nice place to have a quick boring lunch, not good for breakfast ......small but not cool place......should have more options like other indian restaurants, food is pathetic, expensive, stale.
I used to be a regular here when I lived around the corner from this restaurant. Late evenings at work would translate to ordering food from Taj. Initially I liked it, but then outgrew the liking realising that it not only was heavy on my...More
The restaurant serves only vegetarian dishes right from snacks (both South and North Indian like samosa, samosa chaat, dahi papdi, dahi bhalle, sev puri, pani puri, paav bhaji, chole bhature etc), Chinese specialities (veg fried rice, cauliflower manchurian, veg manchurian, noodles etc) and thali meals...More