Royal Taj India Cuisine

Where
1350 Camden Ave, Campbell , CA
Call
(408) 559-6801
Web
Royal Taj India Cuisine Website
Tags
Restaurants, Indian/Pakistani Restaurants
Hours
Mon-Sun (11:30am-2:30pm,5:30pm-10pm)
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2009 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Third Place

Best Indian


2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Second Place

Best Indian

The lunch buffet here has long been hailed by thrifty gourmets in need of a fix of fenugreek or the kick of cumin. At dinner the patronage is just as eclectic and passionate. Just reading the menu provides all kinds of sensory stimulation. Aloo tikki, paneer pakora, gosht vindaloo, bhindi masala—each beautiful name whispers of ancient perfume.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008

2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Third Place

Indian Vegetarian

Royal Taj’s $7.95 lunch buffet is a draw as is the varied dinner menu. Look for dishes like lamb curry, tandoori meats and bengan bharta, eggplant baked and cooked with onions, tomatoes and peas. Wide range of Indian flatbreads, too.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008

2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Second Place

Best All You Can Eat Lunch Buffet

The lunch buffet here has long been hailed by thrifty gourmets in need of a fix of fenugreek or the kick of cumin. At dinner the patronage is just as eclectic and passionate. Just reading the menu provides all kinds of sensory stimulation. Aloo tikka, paneer pakora, gosht vindaloo, bhindi masala—each beautiful name whispers of ancient perfume.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008


2007 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Staff Pick and Reader Survey Winner - Runner-up

Best Indian
This is lunch done right. The servings are the right size, because you get to create them yourself. Go me! Also, lunch shouldn't cost more than $8, and that's exactly what it costs for the lunch buffet at Royal Taj. It's like they read our minds...

— Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 26, 2007

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