Jaguar meets tiger at Taj Mahal


THE PRIZE winning Taj Mahal restaurant on the Benimar urbanisation will be going ‘wild’ when the next JEC Events luncheon takes place at the venue on Sunday June 4.

The theme for the event is a little different from normal and is based on the phrase, ‘The Jaguar meets the tiger’ and has a start time of 12.30pm with lunch served around 1.30pm to 2.00pm.

Restaurant Taj Mahal, situated in the urbanisation of Benimar, located between Benijofar and Rojales , has very recently undertaken an extensive modernisation programme.

Whilst still keeping its traditional look, it now offers a very large outside wooden façade balcony area complete with Indian-styled interior décor.

Across the road from the restaurant is a spacious parking area for the club members beloved Jaguar motors.

Lunch will be an extensive Indian buffet, offering a selection of seven starters, plus seven curry main dishes and as always, drinks during the meal.

The price for lunch is 25€ per person inclusive and dietary requests, gluten free, vegetarian should bbe accommodated if reserved in advance.

Anyone wishing for more information should contact Ian Menemy, events director at JEC Events.

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