Taj Indian Cuisine
4 out of 5 stars
In one triumphant visit, my husband has been convinced that Indian food has a place in his low carb diet. Taj is nestled behind a gas station and a Sheraton very close to the airport, conveniently very close to his work.
Don’t be frightened by the strange fountain flowing with with day-glo green colored liquid just in the doorway. Recently Taj has upgraded their interior form dingy to cozy, with white tablecloths on the glass-topped tables and comfy booths.
I had the buffet, which I enjoyed – fresh basmati rice and naan, chickpea curry, tikka masala, chicken curry, palaak paneer (spinach with cheese), and other items. It was reasonable at $9. Glen ordered Tandoori tikka, which was tender and came with seasoned onions and a tasty but spicy sauce made of mint, peppers and cilantro. The staff were particularly helpful, answering questions about the dishes. They were open to customizing anything that we wanted to order.
I admit I am a novice to Indian food, but I felt this was better than Taj Mahal on Capital, both in service and in freshness.