Milwaukee's best Indian, 2008: Maharaja
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Back in the day, there was Ambrosia Chocolate and the smell of brewer's yeast hovering over I-94. Today, we've got Maharaja emitting some of the most temping aromas along Farwell Avenue on Milwaukee's East Side.
Perhaps that's what contributed to it being voted OnMilwaukee.com readers' favorite Indian restaurant for the second year in a row.
Of course, it could also be the actual food.
Dinners at Maharaja feature an extensive East Indian menu crowded with curries, meats and breads baked in a traditional tandoori oven.
The $8.95 daily lunch buffet offers a large selection of Indian soups, vegetarian favorites like palak paneer (spinach cooked with homemade cheese), chicken and beef curries and, if you save room, you can always count on an endless supply of gulab jamun -- those little fried dough balls dipped in sweet syrup.
OnMilwaukee.com editors' choice: Bombay Sweets
2. Taste of India
4. Bombay Sweets
7. Royal India
8. Bombay Louie's
9. Ujala Tandoori
I miss jewel of India on old world 3rd. I thought they were the best just not a good location
I live around the corner and it always smells so good. I've only eaten there once and it was very tasty. Tandoori chicken rules.
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