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Indian Kiss leaves you breathless!

I ran across a fantastic gem in the Junction called Indian Kiss. They're doing strictly take-out with the option to call ahead so they can have your dinner ready when you arrive.

Fabulous fresh flavors, homemade yogurt and a to--die-for mango lassi. Butter chicken, the chef's specialty, is bright, fresh and rich. Their entire menu is focused on healthy eating: nothing deep-fried, nothing oily and the meat is lean and well-trimmed!

Hands down the best Indian cuisine in the west end! I can't wait to go back.

Indian Kiss (416) 769-KISS

399 Keele Street (NE corner of Keele and Dundas)

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  1. How can butter chicken not be oily?

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    1. re: Humbucker

      I promise you...it's rich, fully decadent and not the slightest bit oily.

      1. re: Humbucker

        The basis for Butter Chicken is a tomato cream sauce, and spices, had lunch at Exotic Indian Cuisine on Friday and there was absolutely no hint of oil in dish!

      2. I've been wondering about this place but it seemed to be boarded shut for awhile. Glad to heat it's opened and I will definitely try it out. Thanks.

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          1. Do they do delivery or takeout?

            1. What are the portion sizes like? Seems a bit expensive for the meat dishes. But if the portions are good, then it might be worth it. Find High Park Hot Spicy House has small portions as a comparison.