Taj Mahal Restaurant


Taj Mahal is a chain of fine-dining Indian restaurants that can be found throughout Hokkaido, with restaurants in Sapporo, Niseko and Kutchan. Established in 1982, the Taj Mahal restaurants are run by local Indians and they offer guests an authentic taste of India through their variety of halal curries and meats. There are 3 locations throughout Hokkaido and offer a great selection of Indian curries that will please any customer’s taste buds!

Sapporo Taj Mahal

Pricing Guide
(Avg. cost per person)
Lunch menu – around 1000 yen.
Dinner menu – around 1400 yen
Opening Hours11:00 – 21:30
Closed-
Contact011-207-0765
NotesEnglish speaking staff.
English menu available.
Location /
Getting There
North 2, East 4 Level B1. 3 Jyo-Kan Building. Factory

 

The butter chicken

The Taj Mahal at the factory shopping centre is decked out in Indian tapestries and has a great feel to it. The staff are very friendly and offer a great service. The menu has what you would typically expect from an Indian restaurant. Lamb, chicken, vegetable, and seafood curries. Lunch menus come in sets with a drink and delicious naan bread or rice. Soft drinks, juices, beer (including 2 Indian beers), and wines are all on the menu, though you cant go past the delicious lassi’s. So, if you are at the factory shopping centre for some shopping, to take in a movie, or just some window shopping , Taj Mahal is a good choice for a taste of India.

Niseko Taj Mahal


Pricing Guide
(Avg. cost per person)
Lunch menu – around 1000 yen.
Dinner menu – around 1400 yen
Opening HoursTuesday - Sunday 11:30 - 21:00
Monday 17:00 - 21:00
Closed-
Contact0136-55-8699
NotesEnglish speaking staff.
English menu available.
Location /
Getting There
429-45 Aza Niseko, Niseko, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido.

Taj Mahal, Niseko Annapurni serves up delicious meals in pure Indian style. The menu is the same as with the Sapporo restaurant. Set meals with naan, and a drink. Lamb, chicken, vegetable curries are available. The tandoori chicken is fantastic here! The Niseko branch restaurant has an open kitchen, so you can see the chefs working their magic. There is a stone kiln where the naan bread is made. During the winter, whats better than a nice spicy curry after a day of skiing!


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Hokkaido Guide contributor and editor. Keen photographer with a love of travel, the great outdoors and all things Hokkaido, Japan. Matt Holloway is a professional photographer and holds exhibitions around Sapporo, Hokkaido and Sydney Australia.