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  • First Indian Restaurant in Harris Park.

  • We offer 100% Pure Vegetarian Food

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  • Sides Salad $5.90
  • 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.

  • The Schezwan Noodles, as the name suggests, is an authentic Chinese preparation of Hakka noodles in Harris Park which is sautéed with veggies and different pungent sauces. At Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant, Australia we believe in making of the schezwan noodles in Harris Park, with veggies like celery, carrot, capsicum and cabbage it will taste much better when prepared, which are typically used in Indian cooking. Crunchy and long bean sprouts are also necessary to upgrade the authenticity of this dish.

  • Sev puri is 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.

  • Rabdi Falooda (or Rabri falooda) is one of the most loved North Indian dessert which can take the taste to a heavenly level in summers. Rabri Faluda in Harris park served at taj Indian sweets and restaurant is a sweet, rich drink so thick it’s served with a spoon consisting of vermicelli noodles “falooda,” same as that in kulfi faluda and a delicious traditional sweet called rabri that is made of boiled milk, sugar,  cream, cardamom and nuts.

  • A South Indian Thali which is made up of a selection of various South Indian dishes like dosa, uttapam, idli, rasam etc. From all of the traditional treats in India, a platter or a thali makes for the perfect amalgamation of delicious regional dishes on a single platter. A South Indian Thali in Harris park,  is made up of a selection of various South cuisines and is offered as a very tempting platter at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant.

  • Malai Soya Chaap curry is popular North Indian curry made with protein rich soya chaap. At Indian restaurants in Harris park, Soya Chaap is cooked into creamy and mildly spicy flavourful masala gravy which is made with rich malai or milk cream. This protein-rich healthy ingredient to cook with and is served best at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Harris Park.

  • Price on per Kg basis.

    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.

  • Pav Bhaji is truly a Bombay concoction. It consists of a vegetable preparation of potatoes, carrots, beans all pre-cooked and then refried on a large ‘tava’ or griddle. A load of butter goes into it while frying. Special Pav Bhaji in Harris Park, Australia is served with two leaves of buttered fried bread at your own Best Indian Food joint in Australia that is Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant.

  • Taj Special Rabdi kulfi and Falooda is one of the most loved North Indian dessert which can take the taste to a heavenly level in summers. Rabri kulfi and Falooda in Australia is a sweet, rich drink so thick it’s served with a spoon consisting of vermicelli noodles “falooda,” same as that in kulfi faluda and a delicious traditional sweet called rabri that is made of boiled milk, sugar,  cream, cardamom and nuts.


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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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