I had lunch at the Taza Indian Buffet restaurant at the City Quay in Dundee in May 2014. I paid £7 for lunch. You can park free of charge for one hour outside the restaurant.
It was a Bank Holiday Monday, so the restaurant was busy. However, I didn’t have to wait for long to get a table. My table had a view to the side of the restaurant, towards what looked like some sort of navigational aid.
I thought that there was a good selection of dishes for starters and main course. My favourite starter was the Aubergine Pakora.
The meat in the Lamb Curry was lean, and I enjoyed the Vegetable Curry.
There was a fair selection of desserts, including Honeydew Melon, Ice Cream and Gareau.
The staff were all very friendly and welcoming.
I’d recommend the Taza Indian Buffet restaurant on Dundee’s City Quay for a reasonably priced tasty meal, Getting a seat by the window at the back of the restaurant with a view of the quayside would be a bonus.
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