LOCATIONS

Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine

12407 MoPac N., 512/837-4444
The menu at this cozy outpost of Taj Palace includes a variety of meat, fish, and vegetables that have been marinated in yogurt and spices before a trip to the ultra-hot tandoor. For a richer option, we love the saag curry with shrimp, creamy spinach studded with plump shimp. The menu here is almost identical to its sister restaurant Taj Palace, and the lunch menu remains at the same price point.
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Chronicle Reviews

Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine

Willie Abraham's Taj Mahal is worth a detour from your regular flight path

Virginia B. Wood, August 30, 2012

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