Taza Indian Buffet in Dundee is ticking all the right boxes. What’s better than Indian food? All you can eat Indian food? Yep, got it one, and all you can eat Indian buffet is exactly the name of the game at Taza Indian restaurant on Camperdown Street. This stylish Dundee restaurant is second to none in that by no means do they allow quantity to hinder the quality of the buffet being served. All dishes – even the non-Indian alternatives – are prepared with knowledge and flare meaning diners are able to sample the very best that Indian cooking has to offer. As we said, you’ll find Taza Indian restaurant on Camperdown Street at City Quay, right in the centre of Dundee and not far from the train station. Get booking now!
Visited on the way to Aberdeen with family and friends. Second time. Eat other restaurents one curry cost equal to whole buffet here. 20 varieties of curries of chicken and lamb and bit steak. 20 varities starters and 20 varitie of sweets and 4 variete naans and 2 varitie rice and your own kebab and nice seating and view. We had walk 20 min after food along Dundee attractions. Just behi d. They maintained qualitystill same as last time. I dont know how they are running such low cost. Wish them good luck. Like to see such restaurent in aberdeen.
Taza is a very nice place, very nice mannered employes, really good food well cooked nothing undercooked or over-cooked everything is perfects and very desserts
Buffet dining can often have a less than stellar reputation, but the team behind Taza Indian Buffet in Dundee are out to change all that. Offering a wide variety of choices – as is the norm with buffets – this City Quay restaurant in Dundee city centre creates delicious dishes using high-quality, fresh and wholesome products and ingredients. Essentially, you won’t be finding stodgy, overcooked food at Taza Indian restaurant… quite the opposite, in fact.
Some dishes you can expect to find on the Taza restaurant menu that we recommend you try are starters including chicken pakoras, garlic-infused chicken tikka and tandoori chicken wings fresh out of the clay oven. Then, we advise keeping an eye out for the chef specialties at Taza in Dundee like the chilli masala, south Indian garlic chilli with plenty of herbs and spices and, for the spice lovers, the vindaloo – this one really packs a punch. Taza Indian Buffet in Dundee city centre also offers several non-Indian dishes for those craving something different, meaning this Camperdown Street restaurant caters for everyone. So get yourself booked into Taza restaurant at City Quay – you won’t be disappointed!