Typical Indian fare
What we say:
Anyone in a hurry for a curry is spoiled for choice in this town. You cannot go wrong by dropping in to any one of the ones that you might happen to pass.
However, with the greatest respect to all the excellent others, Maharajah seems to strike the best balance for quality and value for money. There's everything you'd expect to find, all perfectly spiced, generously portioned, and very reasonably priced.
It's moved from the old spot on Street 7, giving it much needed space. The decor is a wee bit odd, and the lighting rather medicinal especially when viewed from the outside, but if you don't mind that, you'll be very pleased with the result.
Contact detailsSivatha Boulevard
T: (063) 966 221
Open: Open daily 11:00-late
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