“Go vegetarian, go green” is their motto promoting good health by following traditional Indian cooking style, using fragrant and exotic spices. As the motto suggests this is pure vegetarian restaurant and they seek the blessings of the divine mother in the morning everyday which adds more taste to the food for those of you who believe.
After shop till drop at Parramatta Westfield shopping center this is the best place to relax and nourish your soul. If you don’t like the idea of eating in the food courts then this place is a charm. This is located opposite to the Coles and is surrounded by Cafés and vegetable market.
They offer wild array of dishes but our favourite is their Samosa chaat for entree. The crispy samosas with a dash of mint chutney, sweet tamarind chutney, yogurt and completed with fresh coriander leaves on the top is just perfect.
For mains we had Chana Bhatura and Dosa which is their most popular dish.
Their Chana Bhatura is the best in Sydney, and is served with generous amount of onions and pickles. Chana or chickpeas were perfectly cooked with fragrant spices like cloves, cinnamon, cumin seeds, cardamom and black pepper to add spicy touch to it. Tamarind was added to make It tangy, in all good mix of six flavours. Bhaturas (fried Naan bread) were very fluffy and chewy and though fried but they were not oily.
Their dosa (check this if you want to try different varieties) is perfect for those of you who like South Indian food. It was very crispy with a yummy filling of potato. It is served with vegetable sambhar, fresh coconut chutney and onion tomato chutney.
If you need something to gulp down everything then theirs Masala Chai or Mango Lassi us just perfect. We had Mango Lassi which is their most popular beverage. Here we are ready for more shopping.
I would definitely recommend visitIng Taj for tasty snack like lunch on the go. They have several branches across Sydney which are also serving variety of traditional sweetmeats.
Taj Indian Masala.