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Babur (Toronto)
by Curry Boy
Saturday, August 09, 2008 11:22 PM
Babur doesn't have that typical decor and feel usually associated with Indian Restaurants. When you enter, there's no clay pots or sitar soundtrack on the stereo. What you get is a 'Toronto cafe' ambiance, down to the checkered table covers, and view of Queen Street.

If you enjoy mild indian food, with an atmosphere which is less in (dian) your face, then you'll be comfortable here. The Goan Fish Curry is the highlight of the menu, along with a wide variety of tandoor dishes. Much to my disappointment, there were no notable desserts except for the gulab jamun. The wait staff was pleasant, but a little slow.

I recommend these mouth watering morsels:

Meat: Goan Fish Curry or Mango Chicken
Vegetarian: Shashlik Paneer from the tandoor
Desert: Gulab Jamun

Dinner for two:
Appetizers, 2 Dishes, Naan, Rice, Wine, Desert, Coffee and Tip (I do it up right!): $82.00

Address: 5273 Queen St. W, Toronto
Between University and Spadina. (416)599-7720
Subway Stop : Osgoode
Area and Attractions: Queen St. W, AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario), City Hall, Eaton Centre, Pantages Theatre, Massey Hall. But if you like to shake your ass like I do, the Club District is walking distance.


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