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Indian restaurant comes to town

Thursday, March 03, 2011

A restaurant that has received numerous awards over the past 25 years for the best Indian food in the Chicagoland area has arrived in Forsyth.
At press time, Taj of India was scheduled to open in late February at the Conoco-Phllips gasoline station at the corner of Rt. 51 and Shafer Street in space it shares with an adjacent convenience store.

Hours of operation are 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and closed Sunday. An $8.99 lunch buffet with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian entrees will be offered as well as served meals with an expanded menu during the evening hours. Evening prices will range from $10-$14.

Restaurant manager Deep Rehal said patrons will have several choices for the buffet, including entrees along with rice, salads, breads and desserts. The restaurant seats approximately 40 persons and will feature traditional Indian paintings and a blue decor.

In addition to Taj of India locations in the Chicago suburbs, the corporation opened a downstate location two years ago in Peoria. Rehal said the decision to open in Forsyth was prompted by the many diners from the Decatur area who drove to eat at the Peoria location.

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