The Maharaja


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Now sparkling anew, this 30-something north Indian offers a refreshing change to the inescapable Birmingham balti. The short-ish menu hardly ever changes but most are happy to eat chef Nat Bat’s marinated meats again & again (delicate tikkas or a creamy lamb mughlai) while vegetarians are well looked after & prawn dishes are very good, too. Cooking is well judged & extras thoughtful, while the wine list is carefully matched.

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££££ - Under £30
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Location for The Maharaja

23-25 Hurst Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4AS



Opening Times

Mon-Sat 5pm-11pm

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Lina M

01 October 2010  
I'm not quite sure what to say really. Finding a glace cherry in my vegetable korma was certainly a novel experience – as was the ‘peshwari’ naan topped with Delmonte Fruit Cocktail. The dishes were disproportionate to the cost in both quality and quantity. Given that the West Midlands region is supposedly renowned for its Indian cuisine, we were most disappointed and won't be going back.
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