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Feb 3, 2012 10:59 AM

Teji's gets a facelift

If you haven't been to the best Indian place in the Austin area, you're missing out. Head up to 620 / 35 area next to RR high school.

For those that have been, you need to go back. I walked in and literally walked out thinking I was in the wrong place. Going back in, they've made it a serious eatery now. Really pleasing deep red/browns, nice lighting. New tables/chairs, cheesy artwork and the TV is still there. The grocery store's been rearranged a little and is a bit more cramped but the trade-off is worth it.

Menu is still fantastic with the saag, lamb and goat dishes being my favorite. The grilled meats can get a bit dry but still very good. They've added butter chicken wings which my wife craves. They're pretty good.

We mostly do to-go for convenience, but nice to see these guys step up into the big time.

Stop in at the bookstore next door. Wonderful people and cool little shop. Also, grab a to-go sandwich from Hoody's a couple of doors down, just cause they're good people making good food.

1205 Round Rock Ave, Round Rock, TX 78681

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  1. I'm a Chola guy. I love meat but my house will get the vegetrian family dinner and I'll be stuffed with quality food with deep flavor.

    1. Glad to see a thread about Teji's.

      My wife and I went in one week and came back the next and the whole place looked different after the renovations. It was a weird feeling at first.

      The food is great. I like the spinach/potato side (palak aloo, I think) and the chicken korma. Teji's is one of my all-time favorites.