They serve the best indian food... I had never regret to eat there though price abit expensive. but overall nice Only service is bad.
Dark place somewhere tucked away on the 2nd floor in a sort of a mini shopping mall. No atmosphere, but it seems patrons don't really care about that. Mix of darkness and tube light. I have always my doubts in restaurants where the menu list is huge, but I must say the quality of the food was good. The biryani was especially tasty. Service was ok, but not friendly. Felt like they were happy when you were gone. For food quality I would say "good", but because of service and atmosphere I made it 'average'
Had the appetizer set, which was a good variety of sampler food like pakoras, pappadoms, tandoori chicken. Very filling and good for four people. Mains we had were chicken tikka, aloo gobi and briyani. The serving sizes appeared deceivingly small but was filling as well. Tried the blueberry lassi for a change. A bit sour and probably should have stuck with the usual mango lassi. Level of spiciness was mild. The ambience was all right. It didn't feel like an Indian restaurant but was comfortable enough. Overall - filling meal, ok flavours, average experience.
Le Taj is one of the good Indian restaurants in Brunei Darussalam ,it is visited not only by the Indian community here but also by the Bruneians who love Indian cuisine ,Malay cuisine is also available here. the ambience is good and it is also good for cozy gatherings in a separate room ,the place is central and parking available ,the use of food colorings should be reduced