Puri with aloo sabjiis a tempting Indian cuisine made from potatoes, tomato paste and mixture of spices. It can be enjoyed at any time breakfast, lunch or dinner. The aloo curry that we offer usually goes well with poori, roti or paratha. We at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Harris Park serve the most tempting Puri and aloo sabji in Harris park.
Ragada Patties dish is a two-part preparation: ragda (gravy) and pattice (patties). Ragada Patties in Harris park is served as a light stew of dried white peas cooked with a different range of spices. Patties are simple mashed potato cooked in round shapes, somewhat similar to North Indian “tikkis,” but pattice are usually not spiced, they are only salted.
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.
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.
Rava Masala dosa or masala dosa is a variation of the popular South Indian food dosa. Its main constituents are rice and black gram. They are served hot along with sambar, a stuffing of potatoes and chutney. Served in different varieties, the one which is mostly in demand is rava masala dosa in Harris Park, Australia.
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.