Indian Restaurants

10 8 T Bar

Address: 33 Gerrard St W, Toronto, ON M5G1Z4
T Bar
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
T| BAR exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere while offering a refined dining experience, perfect for a pre-dinner beverage or late-night cocktail. On weekdays it’s a great spot for a sit-down breakfast, offering something for all tastes. Stop by for lunch during the week to enjoy the authentic Indian Curry Buffet serving traditional dishes, all made in house. Weekend a la carte breakfast consists of everything from pastries to traditional breakfast fare, best paired with one of the five signature Caesars unique to the Chelsea Hotel.

10 8 Bijoy's Restaurant

Address: 42 Temperance St, Aurora, ON L4G 2P7
Bijoy's Restaurant
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
A petite 26 seater restaurant in a cozy house setting offering an ecclectic, internationally inspired seasonal fare. Bijoy and Sujata are chefs with 30 years of experience in 5-star hotels and trained at the Culinary Institute of America in New York. Their passion for cooking for others and the love of meeting people, has culminated in this restaurant.

10 8 Northumberland Heights Wellness Retreat & Spa

Address: 795 Northumberland Heights Rd, Grafton, ON K9A 4J8
Northumberland Heights Wellness Retreat & Spa
$$$ Recommended New
We could try and explain to you some of the mouthwatering meals that you’ll enjoy during your stay. We could also let you know that our team of chefs are ready to serve you night and day, but why tell you all that? We’d rather have you taste and experience it for yourself.

10 8 The Vintage Punjab

Address: 15 Gateway Blvd, Brampton, ON L6T 0H4

10 8 Sitaara Restaurant

Address: 7595 Markham Rd Unit 3, Markham, ON L3S 0B6
Sitaara Restaurant
$ Recommended New

10 8 Butcher And The Vegan

Address: 61 Barton St. E, Hamilton, ON L8L 2V7
Butcher And The Vegan
$$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
Vegan. Ethically sourced. Gluten-free. These are just a few of today's common dietary restrictions. But that doesn't mean it's easy to find food that meets those requirements. Except, of course, at Butcher and the Vegan. The Hamilton eatery is the brainchild of James Kayser. The chef and owner wanted to create a restaurant that brought people together. A place where they could enjoy a diverse selection of upscale farm-to-table fare alongside craft beer, inventive cocktails, and local wines. The menu - which changes according to season and availability - celebrates Mother Nature with vegetarian, vegan, seafood, and farm-raised meat dishes ...