This Small restaurant will definitely please your Indian taste buds. Food is delicious.The buffet is anytime worth for what they offer.Do try the Mango lassi here.
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We love having dinner at this Indian restaurant, conveniently located in downtown Toronto right across from the MEC on King St east of Spadina Ave. The entrance is up a few stairs from the street and can be easy to miss if you are waking...More
I've had Indian food in 3 continents and never had such a bad food in my life. Basically the food is not Indian. They just use some random spices to make it taste like but so unsuccessful! To be honest the food was awful and...More
As an Indian, I'd recommend this place for authentic Indian food. It's economical and has a nice range of menu. It's most of the classics of Indian food. Staff is courteous and place is clean. There are lot of Indian restaurants in this area but...More
We ordered Kashmiri pulao (never knew it comes with Pineapples? 😔), Chana Masala, Chicken Cocktail Kebabs, Raita and some assorted breads. While no complaints with any of the foods and everything was nicely prepared and tasty. The kitchen totally forgot about the Lassi we ordered...More
I visited Debu's earlier this month for a business dinner. Our table had the Madras Vada Chaat and Pakora basket followed by Chicken Seek Kebab, Prawn Malai Curry, and Aloo Gobi along with Biryani and naan. Everything was prepared well, tasted amazing and was well...More
Been there twice just for mutton curry but they have changed the menu now. Other than that everything else is very ok ok. If you reach little late food is all cold and half items are not there. Won't recommend as there are many other...More
I have been to this location a few times. The food in general is tasty and well-prepared. The prices are quite reasonable. The service is alright. You need to do a bit of a dance if you need someone's attention to order anything. The food...More
Quiet, clean, attentive service. Lunch buffet had a good variety and everything was tasty. Too much Cilantro for me in several (but I'm one of those people who has trouble with Cilantro). Good variety.
We stayed one night in downtown Toronto with our two sons, and hit the streets that evening, hungry for curry. We followed our noses and found Agra just a few blocks from our hotel (Residence Inn on Wellington). I went in to ask them if...More