Top Indian restaurants in Toronto

 
20-Apr-2011 by

 

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Some of the top Indian restaurants Toronto contribute in making the city the destination for food-lovers, just like it is for connoisseurs of art, architecture and shopaholics. So, don’t forget to enjoy the food, as vibrant and spicy as the culture of India. Be it a generic Indian dish or region specific delicacy. The top Indian restaurants in Toronto bring it all on a platter just for you to enjoy the flavor, while you enjoy your trip.

 

 

Little India

Queen’s Street

 

Owned by an Indian family, Little India restaurant brings some of the best authentic Indian food in an Indian way for all the foodies. Not only they, follow the traditional methods of preparing the dish but also the original ingredient, which has been traditionally used in Indian kitchen since ages. So unleash the foodie in you and enjoy any and every dish and you can rest assure that you get the best Indian taste and full value of your money. Butter Chicken and Tandoori (Clay oven) Chicken – are two of the hit dishes at Little Indian. The lunch buffet is pretty popular among both the residents and tourists.

 

Banjara, Indian Cuisine

796, Bloor Street

 

Perfect definition of Indian restaurant, as the 20-item lunch brings the best of North and South Indian delicacies for you to eat it all, and a 70-item a la carte menu offers a wide range of curries, biryanis, a variety of vegetable prepartions, naan, tandoori sizzlers and much more in the most authentic Indian way. Some of the Banjara’s hot favorites are Chicken Korma, Chicken Masala, Chicken Madras (all priced in the range of $ 9.99 to $ 10.99). Apart from these an array of rice, seafood, desserts and much more await you

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Natraj Indian Cuisine

394, Bloor Street West

 

Try out the authentic yet simple recipes from Indian – be it the street food or special gourmet dishes, Natraj Indian Cuisine is the place to be for any casual conversation over some good food, or a diving dining experience – No matter what your intention is, every occasion has a dish to complement in this restaurant. So try Onion Bhajias, Hara Kebab or Jhinga Pakoras to set the mood for what will be coming ahead. And make your evening a little more spicy and tasty by enjoying tandoori dishes (both veg and non-veg). Do not forget to try some spicy dips and chutneys. The price range is moderate $ 1.95 to $ 12.50.

 

Amaya

Chaat

1701, Bayview Avenue

 

With combination of finest ingredients from the sub-continent and correct spicing to make that perfect dish, which is authentic and yet innovative, Amaya, The Indian, brings a special cooking for their guests to have experience of a lifetime. The idea is to differentiate any red curry with authentic Indian curries and tandoori dishes, and the idea is well-achieved. So enjoy the liberal yet right use of ginger-garlic with some exotic and rare spices. So savor every bite with or without the sauces or chutneys. A section in the menu also takes you to the lanes of Delhi, which is famous for its rich-flavored food like Chaat, samosa or  pakoras.

 

Mela Indian Cuisine

1921, Avenue Road

 

Adding some spice to your trip to the city of Toronto, Mela Indian Cuisine restaurant offers some fine Indian dining experience with its rich food. You will you see such use of spices as here, as your martini too comes in mango chilli flavor. Some of the softest, spicy and juicy chicken is served here.

 

So relish various hues from the colorful land of India in your plate and savor each bite as the food transport you to the rich-cultured Indian in its true flavor.

 

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MelisaMacey says :

All yummy places. I would add "The 5th Element" to this list too...
Posted on: 24 February 2013 - 1:54am
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