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The spice loving population of Stirling have got it made for them at Maharaja, a charming Indian restaurant on King Street in the city centre. Voted as the second best Indian restaurant in the whole of Scotland, diners travel from all over the area to get a piece of Maharaja’s spicy offering. Indeed, this award-winning restaurant has garnered a massive following, and their commitment to excellence is apparent not only in their food, but also in their presentation and superb customer service. With a setting that’s stylish but unpretentious, Maharaja creates the right mood for any dining occasion. Reserve ahead to get a table at this busy Sterling restaurant.
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The service was really friendly and quick. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal. Never had a bad experience in here.
Excellent meal great service nothing a problem with staff will be back cheers
I had another lovely meal in Maharaja with my sons and their fiancees.
Maharaja is well known around Scotland for serving some of the most authentic Indian food in the country. From their premises on King Street in Stirling's city centre, this famous restaurant dishes out food that’s authentic, affordable and packed with authentic homemade ingredients and fresh produce. The food is just one of many aspects of why this restaurant is so awesome – in addition to a stylish setting and incredible food, you’ll also be treated to a wide range of craft and import beers, wines and spirits.
The menu at Maharaja is extensive and features all the classic Indian dishes plus some signature dishes. Start off with some tandoori chicken chaat or the king prawn butterfly, before moving on to one of Maharaja’s mouth-watering curries. We recommend the Punjabi garlic chilli or the Royal Delight (a slightly spicy, rich korma with ground cashews and almonds infused with brandy and a touch of tandoori masala). With its reputation for serving up divine Indian cuisine and its stylish, modern decor, Maharaja can fill up quickly. To guarantee a table, making a reservation at this Stirling city centre restaurant in advance is advised.
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