Simple Indian food with reasonable prices. Lunch buffet.
What a feast! Service was incredibly fast and the food was still crispy and fresh when it arrived. As starters, we ordered the chicken "frankie". It's good food and bit of a fusion adventure. The Jack Fruit Pakora was also very tasty and Atithi gets a few bonus points for putting them in a cardboard so they didn't get soggy. Atithi's Chettinad Chicken made my mouth explode with flavour and I've got a real Pavlov reaction while writing this. I might dream of swimming in a bath of curry tonight. Each dish is accompanied by a nice salad with fresh plums (YES) and a mild dressing, a bed of basmatti and some tender soft chapatis.
Overall, a fantastic success.
Always we stop at Papaya hut for a quick bite while rushing for the movie.This time we thought that we should give a try to the new indian place ,as curries are hot and spicy will go well in this cold and snow.only one table (so it will be fast!!!!!)
We ordered lamb curry and prawns with veggies,really good.Lamb was soft and tender with full of flavour,also the prawns had the exact amount of sauce you need.Dishes came with bread and rice which was a bonus. The server never asked for the spice level.
Total bill with tips$30 bucks.Nice we will be back.
the servers were very nice, so I feel kind of bad giving this review. but the obviously frozen vegetables (carrots, corn, green beans, peas) they used for the mateer paneer was very disappointing. It was nice to find a canadian restaurant that actually includes things with the meal (e.g, rice and naan), but it's a double edged sword, as the naan wasn't very good and I would have preferred the option to buy tastier naan. but it's about frickin time a restaurant includes rice for meals that obviously need rice! so hats off to them for that decency.