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Best Nan bread

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Which Indian restaurants in Montreal make great nan bread? Always enjoy a good nan bread.

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  1. Ganges on Sherbrooke W. in NDG makes a wonderful crisp-on-the-outside/moist-on-the-inside/smoky-flavoured version. Unless you're the person who said a few months back that they hate Ganges, I can't remember who that was. In that case, forget I said anything. ;-)

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    1. re: kpzoo

      It wasn't me that said Ganges was awful. Went there once several years ago & tried several dishes.

    2. so funny I actually saw this when I walked into a Maxi in CDN,,, They were selling it for $1.99 for 2 pieces ~um with that being said didn't bother to try it out ~ i figure most Indian restos would have a decent naan bread except for that Maharajah Buffet not that was just paper crap... The irony is I've had their naan a couple of years ago @ their Eaton Centre location And it was much better

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      1. re: Yummy Stuff

        I find most Indian restos don't make a decent naan.

      2. Easy... Curry house on Bishop produces the lightest fluffiest and tastiest of them all. But if you really want something special, ask for the keema nan.. stuffed with chopped meat herbs and chillis...mmmm....

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        1. re: fedelst1

          Thanks. I'll go there very soon, specifically for their keema nan.

          1. re: BLM

            Ask Ben to make a Bengalore Phal if you like food really hot. This place has been consistently good for many years. i have been going since they were on Guy Below St. Catherine. However, in the past year the meals have been hit or miss, one day they were perfect, the other day, not so good.

            They will also accommodate some off menu requests.

            The NAN has always been awesome though.