21 Verified Diner Reviews

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Value for money

dined on Sat, 6 Apr 2019

Did not serve meals at same time.

dined on Fri, 2 Nov 2018

Great food, great value
David Pickard

dined on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

Do not go if you are in a rush. The food is made fresh so takes a little bit longer than a fast food outlet but the wait is well worth it. Take your time and read the menu as it gives a full rundown of where the food originates, worth the trip just for that, should be published.

dined on Sat, 21 Oct 2017

Good sized portions - friendly staff

dined on Sat, 19 Aug 2017

Keep coming back to the Taj of the Valley as the food and service never let us down
David Pickard

dined on Thu, 16 Mar 2017

Worth going just to read the menu, full of information on where the dishes comes from. Do not go if you want fast food as all the meals are cooked to order, fresh, but more than well worth the wait. I put it in the top 3 of India restaurants I have eaten at (and there have been a lot)

dined on Tue, 14 Feb 2017

Food perfect. Can't go wrong with the food. Owners awesome but service shocking. Very happy we weren't in a rush.

dined on Sat, 29 Oct 2016

Such good fresh food. I am surprised that the restaurant wasn't busy. Definitely recommend this restaurant as the place to go for Indian cuisine in Penrith.
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About Taj of the Valley

Feast of India Indian cuisine is a wide ranging and varied thing – as you would expect from a country with a population of more than a billion people. The team at Taj of the Valley have explored all the options and are proud to present their diners with a selection of the very best dishes this wonderful country has to offer. All the well-known favourites are there including spicy samosas, tandoori chicken and korma curry. But it is some of the lesser known options that deserve your attention. Like the delicious lamb rolls made from lean mince folded in home-made pastry that is crumbed and deep fried, and the East Indian curry cooked in 26 roasted spices and coconut milk, garnished with freshly cut tomatoes and coriander. The kheema kofta curry, with meatballs poached in curry sauce, and the Bombay eggplant simmered in a rich tomato based sauce with a touch of coconut milk are also well worth trying. Best dish: prawn saag

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