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  • When modern Tandoori cuisine originated 500 years ago, it was only prepared for kings. Now, this aristocratic experience comes to Toronto at Aafrien. The exclusive restaurant specializes in using the traditional clay oven tandoor to provide an authentic Indian dining experience. Aafrien’s extensive menu offers tandoor-cooked kebabs, curries, vegetables and hot naan. The long list

  • At Bhoj Indian Cuisine, there’s no BS when it comes to good Indian food. The restaurant is small with a cosy and relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place to bring the whole family. The menu is pretty straightforward and allows you to choose your level of spice. If you can handle it, try some

  • Across the street from the Toronto landmark the St. Lawrence Market sits Bindia Indian Bistro. With a modern approach to classic Indian cuisine, Bindia is reclaiming what it means to cook real Indian food, while still cultivating the essence of India. Remaining in touch with the deep historical and cultural values of Indian food, Bindia

  • FOUNDER BAR has swiftly knit itself into the fabric of the Little Portugal bar scene. The bar team is comprised of some of Toronto’s biggest names, including co-owner Brad Gubbins, and Sandy De Almeida. A collaborative cocktail menu reaches far past the 100-libations mark, with the Flying Scotsman — a duo of scotches matched with

  • Calcutta-born chef Sujoy Saha has poured his vast cooking skills and industry knowledge into his corner spot called Indilicious. The restaurant’s concept is hiding in its title: Indian food that is delicious. The menu for this curry restaurant is defined by its fusion of traditional Indian cooking practices and contemporary techniques and flavours that Saha

  • Kamasutra Fine Indian Restaurant and Wine Bar focuses on the rich food culture of northern India and is cooking up some amazing aromatic and spicy food. Northern Indian food is very much influenced by its surroundings. Featuring flavours and spices native to Persian and Middle Eastern countries, northern Indian food presents us with a cross-cultural

  • A few times a month, my mother takes on the role of tour guide and shows me a new lunch spot in Scarborough. Although her taste in food is quite cosmopolitan, she tends to gravitate towards Indian and Sri Lankan restaurants. One of her favourites is Karaikudi.

  • This fluorescent-lit room located at a chaotic intersection is not a great place to sit down for a romantic meal, but the Pakistani cuisine is outstanding and ideally suited for takeout or delivery from at King Place. Owner Mehood Meer (known as Mr. Butt) has a deft hand with ginger, coriander, butter, cumin and fenugreek.

  • Hemant Bhagwani, one of Toronto’s leading restaurateurs and the man who has taken Indian cuisine in several directions, has opened his newest project, Leela Indian Food Bar, in the Junction. It took over the former Avec Panache spot.

  • Lotus Fine Indian Cuisine brings a taste of India to Avenue Road. The menu features the usual Indian staples like samosas, curries, paneer, breads and seafood. There are numerous vegetarian options.

  • Mantra, located in the Shops at Don Mills “restaurant row,” is redefining what modern Indian food looks and tastes likes. Under the guidance of chef Ashish Sethi — who was under the guidance of his father, Sanjiv Sethi, the man responsible for the Host chain — Mantra does everything from Indian-style high tea to a

  • We may no longer have to venture out to Little India to find great Indian food anymore, but MotiMahal Restaurant has been a standing favourite for locals and those willing to make the trek. It is a popular take-out spot that doesn’t have much by way of decor where food is served on plastic trays

  • Naan & Kabob is a colourful Middle Eastern restaurant in downtown Toronto that specializes in Afghan cuisine. The founders are a family of immigrants from Afghanistan who followed the spice route, in honour of their ancestral merchants, all the way to Canada. The menu is made up of locally sourced ingredients; the meat is halal

  • All aboard the Nawab Fusion Express! This joint is an Indian takeout, delivery, catering and dine-in that features both the classics of Indian cuisine and inventive takes on that, and Hakka, culinary style. For instance, get the butter chicken fries as an appetizer before moving on to the traditionally clay pot–cooked saffron chicken tikka. There

  • In opening a new Indian restaurant on St. Clair Ave. West, business partners Harsh Chawla and Derek Valleau didn’t want to settle for the status quo. So they enlisted the talents of three former Amaya chefs to take care of the food, and they took on renowned sommelier Peter Boyd to handle the wine. The result is Pukka, which opened in mid-October.

  • For every flavour, texture or drink you’re craving, Reds Wine Tavern has you covered. Offering a chic but relaxed atmosphere, a meal at Reds consists of shareable dishes (with a seafood bent) plus a vast wine collection that touches nearly every corner of the earth. Important to note is that Reds is a scratch kitchen,

  • For when the late night becomes early morning, Sizzler Kabab is there to crush that Pakistani food craving. And it’s halal! Right at the border of Kensington Market and Baldwin village, this spot is also a great option for a lunch to take back to the office or dinner after a day of exploring the

  • If you’ve heard all the hype around Spicebros, that’s because it’s entirely worth it. Spicebros offers a taste of Indian cuisine with a modern twist. Specialties on the menu include tandoori chicken, butter chicken, Bombay fish, samosas, and butter paneer. With a cozy ambiance and friendly, fun staff, this takeout spot has plenty of seating

  • If the tandoori at your local “authentic” Indian lunch spot doesn’t taste smokey then you’ve been tricked. In India, all tandoori is made in an authentic coal tandoor, creating that signature smokey flavour. But, in Toronto, the majority of Indian restaurants use a gas tandoor, which doesn’t give the meat that burned-on-coals taste. At the

  • The Host Indian kitchen is a Richmond Hill hot spot famous for its all-you-can-eat lunch buffet. Available every day for $17.99, you can enjoy all your favourite Indian and east Asian classics at this buffet and not have to worry about paying for seconds or even thirds. It features an extensive list of items from