Good food and service. Nothing special to mention. Menu is a bit big, much to choose from. I'll go back;)
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Pleaasently suprised! One of the best indian restaurants i've been in sweden (been in many in Stockholm). Friendly personel and childrens meal w meatballs and fries were good even though they looked burned they were tasty and soft inside! Seems to be many that book...More
We hand Baranyi fried rice with three sauces. Spiced, tasty and plenty of food at agreeable prizes. Good service and pleasant surroundings.
The food was ok, with the tandoori chicken being the highlight. Overall nothing special (caveat -- I'm comparing with Australian-Indian restaurants, and the standard in Sweden may be different). Note that they charge for toddlers (ours was 2 years old) and as they won't eat...More
We ate buffet here. Place very relaxing, friendly staff and good food. It is interesting to try different type of food but also found out that Indian food is not my favourite..maybe a bit too much spices? The food was good though with different kinds...More
Indian is my favourite food. I feel blessed that we have Taj Mahal in Umeå, as in the North of Sweden there are only be 3-4 Indian restaurants. Their lunch buffet is insane. It is such great value for money. Whenever I'm on a business...More
I like indian food very much but seldom I find restaurants in Sweden offering real good indian food. Either deficiencies in the quality of food or taste (or both). In this case, the taste and in particular the high degree of sweetness in everything from...More
Great ambience, Courteous and friendly staff. Great food! the chef is willing to make food as per our (indian) preference as the locals prefer their food low on spice.