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The Maharaja Palace, located on the busy Sheriff Street in Georgetown, houses an Indian restaurant and a boutique that retails clothing and artifacts synonymous with the Indian Culture.

The restaurant was officially opened on May 28, 2011 by Guyana’s former President, Bharrat Jagdeo. However, although being dubbed an Indian restaurant, Maharaja offers both Indian and Asian cuisine in over 560 dishes. The expertise of chefs from India accompanies the Indian ambience of the dining area, allowing customers to experience true Indian cuisine.

Among the dishes offered are Mutton Raganjosh, Murgh Tikka Masala, Baby Corn Mushroom Masala and Murgh Makani.

According to Chief Executive Officer of Maharaja Palace, Michael Chattergoon, the restaurant has received positive feedback from its customers since its opening, seven years ago.

Chattergoon noted that since its establishment in Guyana, the Palace has thrown its support behind the Indian community, to ensure the sustenance of its culture in Guyana.

Call them on 219 4346 for more information.

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