My cousin and I went to the Taj last Thurs for a nice meal.Unfortunately the buffet wasn't on (I think it's on only Sat nights and during lunch) so my cousin started ordering. We had vegetable samosas, lamb samosas, chicken pankora, and some sort of vegetable that looked like it was thrown in the deep fryer. We got 2 sauces with the appetizers, a hot mint one and a sweet mango sauce, and both were exceptional. Afterwards we got the main courses: lamb korma, butter chicken, beef curry, 2 basmatis and about 3 kinds of breads. The main courses all came in pretty small servings which was kind of a shocker when you're paying over $12 per dish, plus you would have to order the rice separately. We also had a drink on top of that and the bill was a whopping $116. But I have to say the food was really good in spite of the sizes they came in and we had a small little leftover bag when we did leave but not much. I'd say go for the buffet (I'm sorry, I don't know how much they are) and at least you'll get your full quota of food. The restaurant itself is located in the basement of the building and you have to park in the back of the restaurant for easy access. It's dark and small but it is quiet.
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