Taj Indian Cuisine

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31 Water Street, Ashland, OR, 97520, US

Phone: (541) 488-5900


Taj Indian Cuisine

Taj is a family-style restaurant featuring a buffet-style lunch, as well as the best Indian food in the valley.
Beautiful, local, organic, made fresh-in-house, describes Ashland’s Taj.
~ Tandoori
~ Biryani
~ Samosas
~ Appetizers
~ Soups & Breads
~ Rice dishes
~ Vegetarian entrees
~ Chicken entrees
~ Lamb entrees
~ Seafood entrees
~ Cocktails
~ Desserts
~ Daily Lunch Buffet
~ Outdoor patio seating
~ Carry-out and delivery
~ Catering

Lunch Special every day 11:00am - 3:00pm. Open again 5:00pm - 9:00pm.

Every item on the menu is made from scratch, with no frozen products.
Options for special diets, non-vegetarian, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free as well.

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We've ordered from Taj Indian once a month since we moved to Ashland in October '22.

The food is delicious, hot, and our orders are always accurate.

There are so many tasty vegetarian selections, it is a struggle at times to narrow down our choices. Every item we've ordered has met or exceeded our expectations.

Love this place and deeply appreciate the staff who make our food.

— Stace Hansen ~ 3 months ago

Vegetarian options: Delicious food that isn't trying to be vegetarian, just is.

— Diego Buitron ~ 4 months ago

Absolutely delicious and WONDERFUL service.

I visit Taj at least once a week. I tend to order the mango lassi (creamy, thick, not too sweet, fortunately), the lamb biryani (soft, generous lamb chunks in a hill of flavorful rice), samosas and garlic naan.

I wish I could cook this way at home! Fortunately, Taj feels like home.

The waiters are so warm and kind, professional and friendly. My glass of water is never below half full, they are always aware of keeping your water filled. Their politeness really shines, especially in Ashland, where people are often so cold and unpleasant.

I wish every city had a Taj, so I wouldn't have to go without it whenever I travel.

— V. Gomez ~ 2 months ago

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