Taj Palace serves up an excellent lunch buffet. Most places give you a choice of 4 entries and if you're lucky, an appetizer. This buffet boasts two rice dishes, 4 vegetarian and 4 meat dishes. The traditional tandoori chicken is tasty and tender, the goat dish is a must try, no matter what it is. The complex spices chosen match well with the strong meat. The buffet also provides appetizers, fruit and salad as well as dessert - which comprise of two different indian cakes - I've encountered lentil, carrot and pumpkin, spiced rice pudding and those wonderful deepfried balls of dough in a sweet syrup.
Dinner is also excellent with "set" vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals available which comprise of small servings of several different dishses. A great way to taste many dishes.
Taj Palace does not skimp on the spices. Some indian restaurants cover lack of spice by increasing the heat. This is not true of Taj Palace. All that and endless Chai, good service and a friendly proprietor that greets you personally each time you visit, Taj Palace should be a favorite with anyone who enjoys indian food.