Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

I always go to the Taj Mahal hungry because their menu tends to incite a gluttonous food splurge. Soft colored interior lights create a homely atmosphere that quiets the spirit. Unlike most open air restaurants in Downtown Nassau, the Taj Mahal’s wicker curtains have you fully enclosed, creating a sense of remoteness. When you are there, your attention is focused squarely on the saucy and flavorful Indian food. 

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