Curry Twist Restaurant

Monday, 29 December 2014 by

This restaurant has the potential in producing perfect blends of marinades and sauces combining meats and fruits. Many different spices were used for their aromatic and pungent attributes as well as for their medicinal qualities.

Their dishes are aromatically marinated in masalas of ginger and onion, tinged with nutmeg, mace, cloves and cinnamon. Dishes of rich sauces combined a perfect balance of many spices, yoghurt, cream, almonds and pistachios.

Lahore Tikka House

Monday, 29 December 2014 by

For those who are looking for a Traditional/Modern Pakistani/North Indian Cuisine with a sizzling BBQ and delicious Karahi, then this is the right place to go to. This unassuming spot on Gerrard Street East in Little India which has long sported a large outdoor eating area is now closed in with four walls, multiple dining rooms, clean kitchens, and the freshest smelling handsoap this side of Lush. Plus, they have great bathrooms.

Most of the tables in this restaurant are filled with fresh looking plates of briyani and fish masala. In fact, the sights and sounds the people eating here are enough to recommend this joint. Just stick to the meat.

Gandhi Cuisine

Monday, 29 December 2014 by

Several people and say that Gandhi Cuisine makes the best Roti in Toronto. This popular Roti restaurant has been serving up super-fresh, made-to-order lunches and dinners for years. On the menu are almost two dozen varieties ranging from veggie options like saag paneer and chana to meat-friendly varieties including lamb and butter chicken.

For starters, the kitchen specializes in East-Indian rotis which generally means a firmer filling and more intense spicing than what you’d find at places like Bacchus or Ali’s. Their mixed vegetable Roti comes with potato, cauliflower and peas.

Little India Restaurant

Monday, 29 December 2014 by

Little India restaurant, not to be confused with the Little India neighbourhood on Gerrard Street East, is one of the many Indian restaurants that’s on the south side of Queen between John and University.

Amongst the dozens of specialty dishes they serve is their critically acclaimed Butter and Tandoori Chicken. They have an extended daily buffet special that starts at 11:30 am and goes till 3:30 pm and the menu changes weekly to keep their dishes fresh and hot for you.

Banjara Indian Cuisine

Monday, 29 December 2014 by

Banjara has been a welcome addition to an otherwise non-descript strip on Bloor west of Christie Pitts. Located in something of a mini strip-mall, the Indian restaurant has been winning fans over with its aloo gobi, eggplant bharta and matar paneer.

From the breads to the biryanis and sizzlers to the curries, one will experience a unique taste at Banjara. Nearly 20 item all-you-can-eat lunch includes North and South Indian meat and vegetarian dishes, salads and desserts.

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