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Just left from what is arguably the worst dinner I've ever had from anywhere ever. They've been great in the past so I reserved a booth for our family to bring my mom here for Mother's Day. Got here and when I told them I...More
I visited last night with my family and friends. Only 2 girls serving. They said it will be served in 20 minutes but almost double time wait.After serving we check food is cold not properly warm or hot. Also chicken charga has old oil smell...More
This is specific to the Sat-Sun breakfast special of Aloo/ Chana/ Halwa/ Puri. The menu states $5.99 for eat in and $3.99 take out.
Went last weekend to try it. Discovered that the take out option is EITHER Chana OR Aloo not both. When I...More
We have been to this restaurant in Scarborough about a dozen times in since 2011. It is clean and qaulity of the food has been consistent for us. Our first dinner was family event buffet in a room at the back. We were 60 guests.
My bane in life has been that no where in North America can one get food which resembles anything like the food back home in India or in Pakistan. The Indian food served in all the restaurants here are a poor compromise. It will alarm...More
portion size (wrt to $): 2/5
overall value for money: 2/5
Options for take out at lunch were limited to the dinner menu. (Even though they had a lunch buffet for $10: no option to fill a take out container with...More
So i happened to go to Pak centre today with 16 ppl in total. 4 were kids, 2 teenagers and 10 adults. We order butter chicken, nihari, beef and chicken biryani, sheekh kabab, bihari kabab and mumtaz murg. The taste of the food is gone...More
Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
rooms of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Palace are filled with breathtaking art, architecture, and detailed reliefs – it’s like entering a different world, The ruins of columns and installation art at the Guild Inn makes a free-for-all exploration site, while the big-name draw for young photographers is the menagerie at the Toronto Zoo. While many visitors shirk Scarborough as too suburban, its houses are some of Toronto's most mystical and haunting architectural beauties. And for adventure lovers, it has river-rafting and some unique hiking trails.