Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2:30p M-Su, Dinner: 5:30p-10p Su-Th, 5:30p-10:30p F-Sa
Located just two blocks south of the Toronto Centre for the Arts, this display of Indo-Pakistani cuisine allows diners to first tantalize their senses ... More
Cuisine of India
Located just two blocks south of the Toronto Centre for the Arts, this display of Indo-Pakistani cuisine allows diners to first tantalize their senses before moving on to the more traditional theatre scene. This restaurant, with star chef Shishir Sharma at the helm, recently won the Toronto Sun Readers' Choice Award for Best Indian Cuisine. A customer favourite is the Korma Salar Jung, a 100-year-old Hydrabadi lamb dish. Other dishes include Murg Badami Tikka, Boneless Marinated Chicken, and Tandoori Prawn (marinated prawns grilled over charcoal).
Buffet lunches at Cuisine of India are just great. They've added desserts to their selection, which I think makes sense. The only thing I do not like is that their drinks (be it hot or cold) are served in very small glasses and cups. As well, their dinner prices are quite high compared to the quantity of food served (in fairly small dishes).
So my advice is, go for lunch, but not dinner. You and your wallet will be happy.
If you really want to try the true authentic indian food, then this is the restaurant.i am visiting here for years and the food is consistently delicious.Each and every dish has a distinctive flavour,texture and aroma with a perfect balance of spices.chicken lababdar and ghati gosht are my favorite.
service staff is very courtious and helpful.service is very prompt. the ambiance is very soothing and have a nice display of ancient art.
And ofcourse the food is on the top,i recommand everybody to just go and try out.
I love the food, very few places have such authentic indian cuisine.
I recommend chicken lababdar and mango shakes those were my favorite.
A must visit while in North York.
Unfortunately the decor takes away from the overall amazing experience.
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