The Maharajah Indian Restaurant Menu –  Happy Anniversary!

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Indian cuisine is as rich and diverse as her people. The spectrum of Indian cuisine can be said to lie between two dietary extremes: vegetarianism and meat-eating.

The food available in India is as diverse as its culture, its racial structure, geography and climate. The essence of good Indian cooking revolves around the appropriate use of aromatic spices. The skill lies in subtle blending of a variety of spices to enhance, rather than overwhelm the basic flavour of a particular dish. Indian food relies on the spices in which it is cooked, just as Japanese Sushi relies on the freshness of the meat, and Chinese food relies on the various sauces to impart the right flavour and taste. It is interesting to see an Indian cook at work, with a palette of spices, gratuitously sprinkling these powders in exact pinches into the dish in front of him. It is these complexities of regional food in India that make it a so very fascinating experience.

We at the Maharajah aim to bring the most traditional dishes from all corners of India, maintain the classic Indian recipes and enhance the offering with some signature dishes to reflect the changing food trends in modem India.

We will gladly prepare a dish you require that does not appear on the menu, time permitting.
Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.

Maharajah Indian Restaurant
Masters of Traditional and Innovative Indian Cuisine

vegetarian[1] denotes suitable for vegetarians
nuts denotes nuts or traces of nuts