…I could have put ‘and’ instead of ‘vs’ cause ‘vs’ may connote that I want to make the two fight. Not really. It’s more of a comparison type of thing.
The two restaurants both offer Indian food. I do think that Maharaja is probably more authentic than Shivas. While google suggests that Shivas is good for kids and it’s a casual restaurant, somehow, I beg to differ. I’ve been to this restaurant on my own and also with someone. Shivas can be price-y and compared to Maharaja, it definitely is.
Maharaja represents a cheap eat place in Gzira, across Manoel Island, in a ‘homey and cheapy’ setting – but very value for money. The abundance of the food and the quality of the food is great.
While, Shivas represents a somewhat poshy place – probably cause it’s found in the heart of St Julians, across The Westin Dragonara hotel.
Both places are good Indian places, if not the best, in my opinion.
& now i’m craving Indian (badly!)