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Staying at a Murray Street hotel for a week. Any good Indian or Veg. selections?

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Murray Street
110 Murray St, Ottawa, ON K1N5M6, CA

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  1. Cheetal:

    http://www.cheetalcatering.com/

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    1. re: TorontoJo

      Any speciality?

      1. re: odeboy

        Sorry, I honestly don't know as I've never eaten there. This is Toronto-based restaurant that recently made a move out to the Falls area. Most restaurants in the Falls area are of not-so-great quality, so I would think/hope/guess that Cheetal would stand out a bit. I'm also not aware of any other Indian restaurant in the area.

        Here's an older thread about Cheetal's original location:

        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/474740

      2. re: TorontoJo

        We ate there last night because I was desperate for some vegetarian food with spice.
        We grabbed the buffet and I was pretty happy with their many vegetarian dishes. Also their naan was AMAZING. So light and crispy. One lentil curry was a bit salty but overall the best meal I had in Niagara Falls. Whew.
        Such a nice man as well.

      3. Another Indian restaurant there is The Guru. Never been there either so I don't know how the food is or what they specialize in. You can check out their menu on their website.

        http://www.welcometoguru.com/

        1. On the US side pretty close to the Seneca casino is a Travelodge and, believe it or not, they do a pretty good Indian buffet for about $10.

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          1. re: kagemusha49

            There's an indian food truck right there too but , I've never tried it, has anybody.(never tried it because we're usually in a rush to get home)

          2. I grabbed takeout from Delhi Darbar the last time I was in the area. It was pretty mediocre, which is the standard for the area. And also expensive for what you get (though not as expensive as The Host). I would not recommend it. However, the other recommendations on the thread look awesome and I can't wait to try Cheetal the next time we go.