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  • First Indian Restaurant in Harris Park.

  • We offer 100% Pure Vegetarian Food

Sweets

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    A classic Indian sweet in Australia prepared with the combination of pistachio, almonds and dry fruit powder. This sweet is very much inspired by the other popular barfi recipes. An ideal indian sweet like Pista Burfi in Harris park, Australia is served best at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant, perfect for any occasions and festival seasons like upcoming Diwali.

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    Rasgulla is a kind of a syrupy dessert, that is most loved in the Indian subcontinent and other regions with South Asian diaspora. This Delicious Indian sweet Rasgulla in Harris park, Australia offered at taj Indian sweets and restaurant, is mostly in demand during occasions and festivals like Diwali.

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    Rose Barfi is one of the tempting dessert of the Indian cuisine, which is not only aromatic but flavourful as well. This Delicious Indian sweet, Rose Burfi in Harris Park, Australia has become everyone’s favourite. The hint of rose essence this Diwali in this sweet dish recipe is a treat for your taste buds at your own Taj Indian sweets and restaurant at Sydney, Australia.

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    Standard Burfi is one of the most popular Indian sweets in Australia that is khoya based indigenous sweets. It is white to light cream in colour with firm texture and smooth taste. Celebrate this season of Diwali with our tempting and pure Standard Burfi in Harris park, Sydney, Australia at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant in Australia.


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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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