Indian restaurant with 14 hot items plus cold items. The environment is very pleasant. This one place I eat and like spinach.
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I hadn't eaten here, preferring the places closer to campus. I will be going here a lot more however. The food is very good, very authentic, as far as restaurants go. The buffet is really big compared to others I have eaten at, with a...More
I came in around 1:30 and didn't have high hopes for the buffet. Usually by that point in other restaurants, the food has been picked over and dried out. Although the chicken was a little bit dry, everything was piping hot and very flavorful. In...More
Hubs & I found that we had a soccer free night and an absent teen, so opted to spend some time connecting over a lovely dinner at one of our favorite restaurants. Our love for Indian cuisine began when we were mere college students. It's...More
My husband and I came to Taj Palace for dinner and had a great experience. My husband enjoys spicier food, but I do not. I ordered the Paneer Masala with very little spice and it was perfect. My husband loved his dinner and the naan...More
Nice place for fine Indian dining. They serve buffet everyday for Lunch n Dinner. It is good the have food from buffet only, do not go for Al'carte.
I have had Masala all over the world- England, Canada and the States and this is among the best ever! I like that you choose your type of prep/sauce and protein so you can mix and match. Their prices are very reasonable, the atnosphere is...More
The service was average and food quality poor,, could taste raw onion in gravy. The samosa served was dripping in oil.... will never go back to this restaurant.
I've been coming here for at least 15 years and it's always good. The chicken tikka marsala and fish tikka are yummy and family favorites. Thank you for always providing quality dishes with delicious naan.
Not too many Indian places around Columbus, at least that I'm aware of, but that's alright because the lunch buffet here is fantastic. Granted, it's probably a bit Americanized from more traditional Indian fare, but it's still delicious regardless!