• Diwali Sweets’ Gift Boxes available now.

  • First Indian Restaurant in Harris Park.

  • We offer 100% Pure Vegetarian Food

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  • Gobi paratha (cauliflower paratha), a paratha having delicious stuffing of gobhi (cauliflower) which is a popular breakfast food in North India and especially in Punjab. Gobi Paratha is enjoyed with yogurt, pickle and many times followed by tea. One of my favourite ways of eating Gobi Paratha is with freshly prepared Green Coriander Chutney, which goes along very well with these Paranthas and is digestive too.

  • 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.

  • Palak paneer is a pure vegetarian and mouth-watering dish from the Indian subcontinent, that consists of paneer in a thick paste made from pureed spinach and seasoned with garlic, garam masala, and other spices. Palak Paneer in Harris Park has Indian cottage cheese in smooth creamy delicious spinach. This is an all-time favorite and healthy cuisine

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    Chocolate Burfi is one of the exotic Indian sweets which is made up of khoya, sugar, milk and coconut powder. Diwali is around the corner, make it special with our delicious Indian sweets in Australia at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park. Chocolate Burfi has two layers, the bottom layer is plain khoya barfi while the top layer is cocoa flavored chocolate burfi. This delicious sweet in Australia is cooked with condensed milk, chocolate, sugar, and crushed dry fruits. A special Indian sweet in Australia for festivals and parties and a favorite among children for its delectable chocolate flavor.

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  • 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.


  • Butter Roti / Naan, it resembles pita and, like pita bread, it is usually leavened with yeast or with bread starter that is leavened naan dough left over earlier, unleavened batter, same to that used for roti is also used.  If someone wants to enjoy different bread like Naan than roti or chapati which we prepare almost every day it is surely going to make everyone happy.

  • Roti is a flatbread, originated in India, and is made with ground wholewheat flour. It is a staple in most parts of India and consumed in many other countries. It is made traditionally on a tawa and on direct flames, and is a lighter bread. Roti / Naan at Taj indian Restaurant, Sydney, Australia is one of the most demanding and tempting dishes from Punjabi Cuisine.
    Enjoy different bread like Naan, roti or chapati which we prepare almost every day it is surely going to make everyone happy.

  • Kala jamun with ice cream is kind of a dessert that consisted of Fried Cheese balls soaked in sugar syrup and served with ice cream. These are Cottage cheese balls dipped in thickened flavored milk along with pistachio. It is basically an Amazing combination of hot gulab jamun with ice cream in Australia that an Indian restaurant in Australia serves.

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Taj Indian Sweets & Restaurant
91 Wigram Street,
Harris Park NSW 2150,

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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