In my opinion, Pittsburgh is one of the livable towns for this reason ? it boasts of a top rated Indian Restaurant named ? Taj Mahal?, unparallel in the entire country, may be the entire world would be an understatement (it would not be an exaggerated statement). The name ?Taj Mahal? originated from the famed ?Taj Mahal? in Agra, India. (Taj means unsurpassed). So also is this restaurant. The unbelievable food that is served here is top class! The wide variety of freshly made dishes served daily during luncheon buffet is unavailable elsewhere in the country, for such a throw away price! The most gracious host, lady-owner, Usha Sethi, is wedded to quality at all times, sparing no effort. Almost always, she is behind the doors in the kitchen (come rain, come shine). She is concocting something new, something old, something different and something delicious always! Never a dull-meal! I have been a vegetarian for a long time and have never found even in Indian food such creative cuisine and so delectable! When my daughter left Pittsburgh after five years of training, we felt that the most that would be missed or rather irreplaceable would be this extraordinary frugal gourmet which truly is a feast fit for kings offered every single day of the week for a nominal price, during luncheon buffet. The amazing lady?s passion for cooking and dedicated service blend to make it a unique place (in the past, present and future). It certainly be incomplete without the noteworthy mention of the equally note worthy gracious host, Subhash Sethi, and the two rays of sunshine ? the young girls on staff also tireless and who never fail to beam bright and sweet at us. The owners are a source of inspiration no doubt! It is a nice place to be . May this Taj Mahal bloom and grow and thrive for ever feasting one and all for a long time to come. May the all merciful God grant you all a healthy hindered years or more! Wishing you always success/very best. A highly pleased customer ? Suchitra Neravetla.
Pros: Food, Gracious Hosts/Owners