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Taj Mahal Indisches Restaurant in Ellwangen

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INDISCHES RESTAURANT
Herzlich Willkommen – Namaste
Wir möchten Sie in unserem Restaurant Taj Mahjal herzlichst begrüßen und Ihnen die kulinarischen Extravaganzen des Groß-Moguls näher bringen. Alle verwendeten Gewürze und Kräuter sind nicht nur für den Geschmack und das Aroma zusländig, sonaern auch für die Verdauung und Ernährung nützlich.

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The Taj Mahal Indisches Restaurant is a restaurant where you can find Indian food in a variety of flavors. The food has the taste of nectar.

A perfectly balanced Indian meal will have dishes that cover a whole range of flavor from mild to hot and from sweet to sour. Texture too is considered. There will be dishes that are crunchy, soft, dry, moist, rough and smooth. Some will be served very hot, while others may be chilled.
Before a meal serves hot snacks such as samosas or pakoras with a refreshing sherbet. It is customary to leave a gap of about 45 minutes in between this stage and dinner to encourage a good appetite.
When serving a very moist curry, first pour the sauce into the dish and then arrange the main ingredients. Garnishes are kept very simple, such as the sprinkling of chopped coriander leaves or green chilies.
At the end of a meal serve one or a choice of sweets, followed by tea or coffee. After a meal, it is common to serve small cardamom seeds in their husks, aniseeds, or betel nuts.

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We promise an intimate and relaxed dining experience that offers something different to local and foreign patrons and ensures you enjoy a memorable food experience every time.

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INDIAN THALI

Thali refers to the metal plate that a thali meal may be served on. Thali is popular in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and other states in North India. The idea behind a thali is to offer all the 6 different flavours of sweet, salt, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy on one single plate (technically the last two are actually forms of chemesthesis rather than true flavours).

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