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Looking for a reasonbly-priced Indian restaurant south of Bloor in downtown Toronto

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We'll be making a trip to the St. Lawrence Market next week and grabbing lunch there, but after we wander we'd like to end up at a reasonably-priced Indian restaurant. As we're grabbing lunch there we'll probably have about 2 hours to walk at a slow pace, so it would need to be within that distance. Any suggestions?

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St. Lawrence Market
92 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E, CA

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  1. You could walk to Maroli easily in the amount of time you have. It's worth a visit.

    http://www.maroli.ca

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    Maroli
    630 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G1K7, CA

    1. Lately Little India has been my go to Indian restaurant, downtown.

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      Little India
      255 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V1Z4, CA

      1. Katmandu, they make a wonderful chicken vindaloo, mattar panner and makhani daal. If you like less spicy then the chicken madrassi is good too.
        They also do an interesting take on biryani which includes eggs (nepalese twist) which is really good as well.
        Some of the other dishes are also good but these are my staple. All my pakistani & indian friends including myself go there

        1. Thanks to all of you! I'll check them all out with my husband this evening :) Cheers!

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          1. re: spamgirl

            We ended up at Little India - the service was excellent, and the ambience was typical. We had the daily special for two (the only thing that bothered me is that I had to ask for it, the special menu was not offered to us nor was it mentioned on the regular menu, I only knew of it because I went to the website first.) The butter chicken reminded me of Chef Boyardee in it's sweetness, but I still loved it! The pakoras were the best I've had. The chicken tikka was so juicy, and the aloo gobi was OK. The naan was excellent and the Gulab Jamun was perfectly sweet. The price was very good as well! I quite enjoyed the night, at least until the city started jack hammering the sidewalk out front. Thanks for the suggestion!

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            Little India
            255 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V1Z4, CA