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Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney  will be the name you will recommend to your loved ones after experiencing our Live Catering in Sydney. We are Indulge in Indian with delicious dishes made by our experienced chef in a Licensed kitchen.
Taj Indian Restaurant has redefined live catering in Sydney,  with a unique, modern and cultural facet infused into an flavourful dining experience.

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We use to serve and keep food at high thermal insulating capacities its ideal temperature. This is done for certain foods that cannot be made on the spot due to time constraints presented by the booking duration of the venue or the hosts the event themselves during live catering in Sydney.
Other Indian dishes in Australia, look so extravagant in the process of its creation that displaying it live becomes an attraction within an event itself, presenting huge scope for creativity.

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Barbecues and ice stations lend themselves are popular choices in summer events for Live Catering in Sydney, while live kneeling and rolling out of naan dough is done in a lot of restaurants that serve North Indian food, and have an entire glass wall on one side of the kitchen for this reason, so guests can be entertained and are more likely to engage and show interest in the food they are consuming.


Wok dishes are also a popular choice as they cook ingredients at extremely hot temperatures, making their aroma allure guests to view how the food is prepared, making them more likely to consume it and ask questions about it and it’s history. This promotes a positive cultural environment and spreads awareness of the various types of dishes served, pushing it beyond the bounds of an ordinary dining Live Catering in Sydney.
Other benefits of live catering include its representation as a highly professional culinary experience and the fact that it cultivates a friendly and inviting environment between guests and the service professionals.  Live Catering in Sydney of this sort has the flexibility of being combined with various other types of services and activities. For example, many buffet services allow children to decorate their own cookies before they are baked in the oven and many famous restaurants and hotels conduct supervised tours of their kitchens to give a first-hand experience into what goes on behind the scenes and why certain dishes are prepared the way they are. Food and lifestyle bloggers, food critics, and tourists are particularly interested in such activities.
Live catering in Sydney attempts to engage all senses of the individual, planning great emphasis on the olfactory, and visual auditory engagement to craft a culinary experience the remains embedded in one’s memory un-hindered.

  • India’s one of the loved street food is Aloo Tikki that is served with a spicy curry and various chutneys. It is also known as “Ragda pattice” and is sold on the various chaat stalls throughout the country. Check out our Authentic taste of Aloo Tikki Chaat in Harris Park, which is made with mashed potato patties mixed with coriander, onion and spices, deep-fried in oil.

  • Taj’s special samosas are now available for purchase.

    Samosas are one of the most common Indian snack found in every occasion at Indian homes, it is made with all-purpose flour which is known as maida then stuffed with a mixture of mashed boiled potato,green peas, lentils, onions, spices and green chili. Enjoy our samosas in Australia that are deep-fried in vegetable oil or real ghee to a golden brown color.

     

  • Bhel Puri is an Indian dish of puffed rice, onions, spices, and hot chutney. ‘Though many parts of India have their own versions of puffed rice mixture, the most known being the bhelpuri, in south Indian it is called murri mixture where puffed rice forms the base of the mixture.

  • Chana also known as chickpea is one of the oldest pulse or legume known to mankind. The main ingredient is a variety of chickpea called chana meaning black chana. Chana refill in Harris park, that we offer at Indian restaurant in Sydney, Australia are twice the diameter of typical chickpeas with a stronger flavour and firmer texture even after being cooked. It’s bursting with taste, a stronger flavour and firmer texture even after being cooked.

  • Chane Bhature, is a popular dish especially from the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent. This loved cuisine is a combination of chana masala made with spicy white chickpeas and bhatura, a fried bread made from maida flour.

  • Best Dahi Bhale Is basically a north Indian delicacy, it is a perfect side dish that can be easily prepared using some easily available ingredients and is usually served in different functions. This curd dish ‘Dahi Bhale’ in Australia is considered nice summer dish which is easy to digest and is served at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia which offers delectable amalgamation of spicy green chutney and sweet tamarind chutney, served with some freshly chopped coriander and green chilies.

  • Pani Puri / Tasty Gol Gappe is a common street snack in several regions of the Indian subcontinent. It basically consists of a fried crispy, hollow puri that is round in shape and filled with a mixture of flavored water that is also known as imli pani, tamarind chutney, chili, potato, onion, chaat masala or chickpeas.

  • Palak Patta Chaat is a North Indian dish that is made using spinach leaves, green mint chutney, sweet yogurt and vermicelli. This much loved recipe serve people as a healthy option and is a great snack dish for different occasions like evening tea and kitty parties. At Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Harris Park, we serve Palak Patta Chaat in Harris Park as a much healthy appetizer and as a great snack for evening tea.

Contact Details

Taj Indian Sweets & Restaurant
91 Wigram Street,
Harris Park NSW 2150,
Australia.

E-mail: info@tajindianrestaurant.com.au
Phone: (02) 9633 2118

About Taj Indian Restaurant

Taj does not believe in having the name only (Taj means the crown) but the name symbolizes the way we do our business. We have been following the vast and ancient vegetarian traditions of India.

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