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.
BestDahi 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 Chaatis 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.
Papri Chaat is a yummy street food Indian snack with crunchy crispy small pooris which is topped with lip-smacking chutneys, yogurt and veggies. Made using a motley of bases, chutneys, munchies and fresh ingredients, Papdi Chaat in Harris Park can be sweet, tangy, spicy or savoury.
Raj kachoriis aptly called as the king of all kachoris or a king sized kachori simply because it is royal size as well as taste. Raj Kachori in harris park, Australia is considered as a spicy chaat mostly found in north india. It is a all time snack, rich in spices and multiple flavours ranging from sweet, spicy, a tinge of chutneys.
Samosa Chaat is an snack that is filled with extreme flavours and is amongst some of the most popular street foods in India. Samosas are crushed lightly and garnished with curd, green chutney, sweet tamarind chutney, chaat masala powder, green chillies, onions, cucumber, sev and coriander leaves on top. Tasty Samosa chaat in Harris park is a popular Indian savory snack available at Indian food restaurant In Australia.
Sev puriis made with puffed rice and sev(a vermicelli-like snack made from gram flour), both of which are available at Indian markets. These dry ingredients are then mixed with onions, potatoes, chaat masala, and chutney. The amalgamation of different tastes is the beauty of Delicious Sev puri in Harris Park, Australia.