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Goan Food and Shrimp Curry! -- Where in GTA??

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To continue the topic on Indian food...does anyone know where to find the best Goan food in the GTA? mmmmmmm....Goan.......

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  1. oops.....somehow created two posts accidentally.......sorry!

    1. try Dom's Kitchen in Mississauga....they do prawn curry and fish curry....it is a Goan
      restaurant. Location is 1177 Central Parkway West, unit # 9, Golden Square Centre.

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      1. re: goaneat

        Goanet,
        Last time we checked (late summer) they had closed down and someplace forget-able (not Goan) had taken over, but didn't say that they were different over the phone. Have they reopened (he asks with enormous hope)? We've been stuck with caterers which are great, but don't have the range of Dom's. Dom's was, well, sublime.

        1. re: duckliver

          duckliver,
          I did not know it was closed in Mississauga. He did however open a place in the east end at morningside and ellesmere. east on Ellesmere on the north side in a strip plaza. Will try and get an exact location for you if he is even still there????

          1. re: goaneat

            No that closed many years ago.

      2. Nataraj on Bloor served both Goan fish curry and creamy shrimp curry. I have not been there since they changed owners years ago so don't know if they're still good.

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        1. re: Teep

          The same people opened Trimurti on Queen west of University with a similar menu - but I haven't checked whether the Goan dishes are still available.

          1. re: estufarian

            http://www.trimurti.ca <--- apparently there are a couple of Goan dishes. Are anything else on their menu Goan?

            1. re: Westfalen

              If you eat pork, then traditional Goan dishes should definitely be on your "to do" list: Pork Vindaloo (yes this is first and foremost a Goan curry), Goa Sausage, Sorpotel (usually eaten for celebrations due to the fact that it's so time consuming to make), Mutton Xacuitti (though I'm not certain this has Goan origins) are all classic dishes found in any Goan home.

        2. When we were at Chakra the other night, I noticed they had at least two different shrimp curry dishes. We were sticking with the basics that evening and so didn't try them although the descriptions sounded wonderful. The server recommended them for our next visit. NB: they have take away and so you could order one of the dishes to try at home. It looks as if the take away menu is cheaper than the dining room menu.