Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine

★★★★★

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Sun 11:30am-2:30pm, Mon-Sat 5pm-9pm

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The other day i have been to these restaurant the manager was very curteous and sugested some good food , for the first time i was having indian food , i really liked it , specially the chicken tikka masala
it was amazing dish. worth eating there not expensive.

xela.

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★★★★★

The other day i have been to these restaurant the manager was very curteous and sugested some good food , for the first time i was having indian food , i really liked it , specially the chicken tikka masala
it was amazing dish. worth eating there not expensive.

xela.

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great place to eat first time dining at Asian resturant. I was very happy with food and service and cost was low. i will return to eat again

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great place to eat first time dining at Asian resturant. I was very happy with food and service and cost was low. i will return to eat again

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I have been in the area for a few months and i have not found a place i like better. Both the lunch buffet and the dinner menu items are amazing. I have come to a point where i eat there at a minimum of once a week. Being a vegetarian and from New Orleans it is hard to find places that can cater to my spice and meatless taste but the Taj Mahal has filled that void in my gut. There service is excellent the staff is friendly and very happy to explain different items on the menu to any who need it. I have become friends with a lot of the staff there due to my so frequent visits and they had asked me to post a review and some pictures of some of the items they had given me so i am linking the pictures via photobucket if anyone wants to take a look just click the link. http://s1100.photobucket.com/albums/g404/s0mething_right/

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I have been in the area for a few months and i have not found a place i like better. Both the lunch buffet and the dinner menu items are amazing. I have come to a point where i eat there at a minimum of once a week. Being a vegetarian and from New Orleans it is hard to find places that can cater to my spice and meatless taste but the Taj Mahal has filled that void in my gut. There service is excellent the staff is friendly and very happy to explain different items on the menu to any who need it. I have become friends with a lot of the staff there due to my so frequent visits and they had asked me to post a review and some pictures of some of the items they had given me so i am linking the pictures via photobucket if anyone wants to take a look just click the link. http://s1100.photobucket.com/albums/g404/s0mething_right/

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Yummy good Indian food! Lots of tasty food for the price. Also liked the Bollywood movies playing on the video.

Friendly waiters and staff.

Highly recommend.

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Yummy good Indian food! Lots of tasty food for the price. Also liked the Bollywood movies playing on the video.

Friendly waiters and staff.

Highly recommend.

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The Chattahoochee Valley is not used to authentic Indian cuisine but needs to be introduced! Mayuri is a rare treasure buried in midtown in a unit once occupied by a Chinese restaurant, whose ceiling is still there. The food is so authentic that the local palate must adjust, but once it does, it craves more. The restaurant's price strategy is a wise one. Low-priced options for the financially cautious accompany higher-priced items that absolutely should not be made any cheaper. Both spicy and mild choices abound, even though the spicy South Indian choices on the menu are not currently available. You must have the mint sauce and ask for more! Spoon it onto your crispy papadam or warm bhaturi bread. The gobi (cauliflower) is a meal all by itself, but it is listed as a $6 appetizer. (You can have a satisfying lunch for about $5, in fact.) The bhindi masala (okra with onions and spices) was a great main course. I ordered it as a thali dinner, so it came with several extras that created a very full experience. In fact, what I took home filled me up again the next day. The only oddity is that the Telugu-speaking servers (from Andhra Pradesh, the rice bowl of India and an ideal crossroads between North and South, especially where food is concerned) may seem unsure of themselves when you stop by, as though they were not expecting you. If so, it's probably because they weren't. That's a marketing problem: If everybody knew about this gem, it would be crowded every night. Given that local restaurant demand will rise steeply over the next couple of years, Mayuri needs to start renting a billboard on I-185 and pay for some local television advertising during the 5-6 p.m. news hour, at least during the spring months. If so, it will prosper. Getting the word out is its only challenge. Open 11:30-2:30 for a lunch buffet, and 5:30-10 p.m. for dinner. Closed Mondays.

PROS: Spectacular food, plenty of comfortable space, and a full menu.
CONS: May be understaffed at the wrong time. If so, service may suffer.

5
★★★★★

The Chattahoochee Valley is not used to authentic Indian cuisine but needs to be introduced! Mayuri is a rare treasure buried in midtown in a unit once occupied by a Chinese restaurant, whose ceiling is still there. The food is so authentic that the local palate must adjust, but once it does, it craves more. The restaurant's price strategy is a wise one. Low-priced options for the financially cautious accompany higher-priced items that absolutely should not be made any cheaper. Both spicy and mild choices abound, even though the spicy South Indian choices on the menu are not currently available. You must have the mint sauce and ask for more! Spoon it onto your crispy papadam or warm bhaturi bread. The gobi (cauliflower) is a meal all by itself, but it is listed as a $6 appetizer. (You can have a satisfying lunch for about $5, in fact.) The bhindi masala (okra with onions and spices) was a great main course. I ordered it as a thali dinner, so it came with several extras that created a very full experience. In fact, what I took home filled me up again the next day. The only oddity is that the Telugu-speaking servers (from Andhra Pradesh, the rice bowl of India and an ideal crossroads between North and South, especially where food is concerned) may seem unsure of themselves when you stop by, as though they were not expecting you. If so, it's probably because they weren't. That's a marketing problem: If everybody knew about this gem, it would be crowded every night. Given that local restaurant demand will rise steeply over the next couple of years, Mayuri needs to start renting a billboard on I-185 and pay for some local television advertising during the 5-6 p.m. news hour, at least during the spring months. If so, it will prosper. Getting the word out is its only challenge. Open 11:30-2:30 for a lunch buffet, and 5:30-10 p.m. for dinner. Closed Mondays.

PROS: Spectacular food, plenty of comfortable space, and a full menu.
CONS: May be understaffed at the wrong time. If so, service may suffer.

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Mayuri's is under new ownership. The service is passable. The food is okay. The pakoras, samosas, and kheer don't disappoint. They offer a variety of vegetarian dishes which are done quite well. The meat dishes are okay. The quality of service varies.

PROS: beats driving all the way to Atlanta for Indian food.
CONS: inconsistent quality of service

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★★★☆☆

Mayuri's is under new ownership. The service is passable. The food is okay. The pakoras, samosas, and kheer don't disappoint. They offer a variety of vegetarian dishes which are done quite well. The meat dishes are okay. The quality of service varies.

PROS: beats driving all the way to Atlanta for Indian food.
CONS: inconsistent quality of service

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