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  • A Soft Drink is a drink that normally contains carbonated water, a sweetener, and a natural or artificial flavoring. The sweetener may be a sugar, high-fructose corn, fruit juice, a sugar substitute, or some combination of these. Soft drink in Harris park that we serve at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant, Australia is treated as any of a class of nonalcoholic beverages, usually but not always carbonated, that may contain artificial sweetening agent and other edible agents.

     

  • Beverages Coffee $3.50

    Coffee is a drink that is prepared from the seeds of roasted coffee beans, berries from different Coffee species. Coffee is known to be as the biggest source of antioxidants in the diet. Coffee in Harris Park at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia is presented in a variety of ways like espresso, French press, and cafe latte. We offer darkly colored, slightly acidic, bitter and having stimulating effect in humans, primarily due to its caffeine content.

     

  • Beverages Ice Tea $3.50
  • Beverages Juices $3.50
  • Sweet lassi is a the most loved beverage in Punjab. Lassi is a popular known traditional dahi drink that came from the Indian subcontinent. Lassi is a mixture of yogurt, water. Creamy, sweet and tart all at once, the sweet lassi in Australia is always in demand as a refreshing smoothie-style drink of yoghurt, water and salt, flavoured with spices such as cardamom and cumin.

  • Beverages Masala Tea $3.00
  • Beverages Rimzim Soda $3.00
  • Beverages Rose Lassi $3.00

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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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