Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2:30p M-F, noon-2:30p Su, Dinner: 5p-10:30p Su-F, 5p-11p Sa
This graceful spot is one of downtown's best-known Indian restaurants, and certainly one of its most elegant. The modern decor features pink and white ... More
This graceful spot is one of downtown's best-known Indian restaurants, and certainly one of its most elegant. The modern decor features pink and white tablecloths and beautiful wall hangings. The lunch buffet is a huge draw. The à la carte menu features appetizers like bhajis and samosas (CAD2.50-3.95), and main courses run the gamut of Indian cuisine. Nawabi Korma is a mixture of lamb, beef or chicken in a yogurt-based sauce (CAD13.95); vegetarian options include Channa Masala, a spicy chickpea dish (CAD7.95). All main courses come with rice or naan bread.
Bring on the mango chutney and raita! Mango chutney is actually a mix of mango and spices and raita is yogurt with cucumber and spices. I just love being able to scoop these in huge amounts onto my plate because I feel that they go well with everything: the chicken, the lamb, the salmon, the vegetables I would have loved to have a second serving, but I had already filled up my first plate so much, to a point where I couldnt get up anymore!
The food is excellent, the service is really friendly and accomodating. The value is great, the ambiance is good but a little crowded and this makes for a fair amount of noise. I would certainly recommend. Should make a reservation, often full.
I recently ate in this place. I have eaten in zillions of Indian restaurants but I have never seen a softer Nan bread than this one. I loved both the plain nan and also garlic nan. It was an amazing treat.
For the rest of the items, I found them pretty mild and bland. Hence I cannot give a 5 star rating. But I would definitely visit this place for their Nan -- they specialize in that thing.
I am the type of person who enjoys eating out in the big city. I have been to many types of restaurants, tasting many types of cuisines. After dining Le Taj with my wife for our third aniversary, we were amazed that we had never been here before. The food was excellent, (we had a butter chicken, a Vegetable dish with lots of potatoes, and the amazing melt in your mout Nan bread). The servers and waiters were very polite, and the ambiance was very good. Definately an experience i would suggest, and in my opinion the best Indian in Montreal. The Taj definately did not dissapoint, and was to our tastes!
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