-By Swati Sucharita
Located at Abids Taj Mahal is an eating joint which is neat and divided into three sections: Family, AC and non-AC. It has on its menu South Indian, North Indian and a few Chinese dishes. However, regulars prefer to stick with the South Indian ones. The crisp Mysore Masala Dosa, Paper Dosa, Steamed Idli and Uttapam are prepared very well. And of course, there are other snacks such as upma, pongals and pesarattus. The ever-popular dish here is the Mini Button Idli and Vada, served in a bowl of sambhar with coconut chutney. If you happen to be there at lunch time, your best bet would be the Taj Special Thali priced at Rs.140. Full meals are available for Rs.110.
Review posted this month
button Idli and Button wada are great and north indian thali is awesome
Review posted more than a year ago
My friend had her engagement party at Taj Mahal. The place was really beautiful and elegant. I love the ambiance. It was all very cheerful and nice. The food was great too. It was buffet and I had all South-Indian. Mysore Masala Dosa, Steamed Idli and Uttapam were cooked accurately and were amazing in taste. Sambhar and coconut chutney were delectable too. It was all really nice. Service staffs were well-mannered, helpful and friendly. They were way too polite as well.
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