Run by a Punjabi family, the Maharaja serves the best North Indian dishes in the city. The vegetable dishes are divine. The decor in this Indian ... More
Maharaja Indian Restaurant
Run by a Punjabi family, the Maharaja serves the best North Indian dishes in the city. The vegetable dishes are divine. The decor in this Indian restaurant is simple and stylish with some typically Indian knick-knacks dotted around and sitar music playing discreetly in the background. There is a terrace and also a separate room for private functions. Start with samosas, poppadums and chutney and onion bhajis and pace yourself as there is so much to tempt you. The waitresses are always in a good mood and the atmosphere is very convivial. The chicken dishes and the Gobi Aloo Sag are delicious. Spiced Indian tea (with cardamom to help the digestion) is a good way to finish.
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