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Does this restaurant offer van accessible parking? These spaces have a wider access aisle, vertical clearance and additional signage.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have an elevator with braille signage representing the different floors to accommodate customers with vision impairments?YesNoUnsure
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All reviews thali chicken masala raita curries chappati salad beans bread indian food daily menu best indian friendly owner central south america chai tea the owner chef the menu del dia would highly recommend this restaurant
I live in Barranquilla and crave good Indian food (as far as I know there are no Indian restaurants there). I heard there is good Indian in Cartagena but on a trip to Santa Marta I saw this place (#1 on Trip Advisor?) and I...More
We have been at the Maharaja twice for lunch. It’s a pleasant place with nice people. Dominique and Deepak are doing a good job there. Food is not very fancy indian food but OK, quality is ++ and prices are really affordable.
We went to this restaurants because we craved some Indian food. We went for the tali which was quite expensive. The set included a chicken curry, chole (chickpeas), raita, rice, mini chapati and some fruit. It was a whole lot of food and very heavy....More
Many places call themselves restaurant but have really no idea about flavours or what they are doing.
Here, the opposite. Character, flavour, great attention. I know many restaurants in Santa Marta but have not eaten as well as here. Keep up the good work!