Tandoori Delight serves authentic Indian cuisine such as Butter Chicken, Daal Makhni, Shaahi Paneer, Chicken & Lamb Kebabs with Naan or Rice, Kebab Rolls, Tikka Rolls, Paneer Rolls, Gol Gappa, Chaat, Bhel Puri, Aaloo Tikki, Mango Lassi available. Eat in or take out.
We stop by here often when we are in the Main Street area. The seekh kebab (lamb sausage) roll is excellent and unlike anything else I have had in this city. What does he put in there? I have no idea but it is deliciously pungent. The paneer rolls are good too for all you vegetarians out there. The owner is quite the personality. Sometimes the service can be slow but it is always fresh and delicious.
I recently stopped in here on a whim with my partner as we were stocking up on Indian spices in the neighbourhood. I was delighted to see that they have a few Indian dishes I hadn't tried yet, including snack foods and various chaats.
I wish I could remember the exact name of what we'd had. It was a chaat with chickpeas that was incredibly flavourful. The chutney (tamarind maybe?) was delicious and added a bit of sweetness to the spice and fresh cilantro. I loved popping the crispy little rounds in my mouth to have them burst on my tongue with all the different flavours! If only we'd had more cash on us we would have tried another item, but we'll definitely be back.
The service was very solid. I'm pretty sure the owner served us, and he seemd genuinely excited for us to try his food. The ambiance was pretty standard for a low key restaurant that probably does a lot of takeout.
I was very impressed with the value overall; if only there were more places like this closer to home! I'd much rather go here and get tasty, fresh food, than pay a similar amount at one of the ubiquitous fast food joints, or boring sub shops around town.
Definitely recommend checking it out!
So, we used to love this place until the owners opened another restaurant and moved downtown. Since then the service is surly and rude and the food is mediocre at best. The other day we bought some masaala rolls (an old time favorite) and could barely find the chicken in the middle of the legttuce and the naan. The couple next to us was vegetarian and were eating chana masala and said they had barely 15-20 beans and the rest was just watery fluid. When we had first discovered this place, we were sending all of our friends over here and now I will be telling them not to. Growth is all very well but should not come at the cost of quality