We ate garlic naan, aaloo kulcha, dum aaloo chutney, palak paneer, gulab jamun and cassata. The taste of all dishes was average. Cassata was icy hard in its cake part. The service was good. The ambience was good.
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This is now called Queens Taj Mahal, especializing in Indian and Asian food. Our favorite is Kati Roll and Nasi Goreng fried rice. The ambiance is good but it has distracting things like loud music and a large video screen featuring movies. These tend to...More
We went to the Greenbelt Mall in Makati City, Philippines and went to this restaurant around 4PM for snacks. This restaurant is located on the top floor among a group of restaurants. We just ordered snacks - I ordered a Mixed Vegetable Pakora and my...More
The Quuens Taj Mahal is just down from Legend of India on Jupiter. First impressions were good, the staff attentive and extremely friendly. The other diners middle class Indians and the decor superior to Legend of India. Indeed unlike Legend of India this felt like...More
The Food is so yummy that we never feel like we are outside India. Fresh Food and the Staff is also very good ...
We were travelling as a part of a group-tour and had gone for dinner to Queens Taj Mahal for Indian food. There were a choice of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. The food was tasty and flavorful. The staff was friendly and the service was...More
Excellent food and and abundance of staff and it was worth noting that the patrons included a high proportion of apparently Indian origin as well as us British with our jaded taste for chicken Korma and tikka Masalla neither of which were on the very...More
Horrible. Food was horrible taste and service was very poor. Paneer seekh kabab as per menu was supposed to be grilled but that was served to us deep fried and all broken like a new person makes who is trying to make it first time....More
I visited this in march2015 and I was satisfied with chicken byryani dish and paneer masala.Food was really great and cooked in indian style.