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Amaya the Indian room


1701 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4G 2C1

(416) 322-3270

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (137 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Evenings from 5PM Seven Nights a Week.
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Description

Innovative takes on classic Indian dishes are artfully plated in a sophisticated space.
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Editorial Reviews

"Delicious", "beautifully presented" Indian dishes including "innovative" takes on classic offerings (plus "healthy" choices "not dripping in oil, cream or butter") lure diners to this midpriced Leaside "gem" and its North Toronto sibling; "genuine", "friendly" servers and "warm", "cosy" environs further make it a "popular" choice; P.S. a post-Survey renovation to the Indian Room may not be...
by zagat on November 19, 2013 from zagat
Since Amaya The Indian Room opened quietly two weeks ago, word has been spreading: this is no ordinary Indian restaurant. Not surprising, considering its founders: Lynn Stimpson and Derek Valleau. [Update: Lynne Stimpson (ex-Cava) is the General Manager at Amaya. Derek Valleau & Hemant Bhagwani are the proprietors.]The interior is tastefully decorated, with lots of wood and open space, and...
Rated 2.4 stars by Debbie Ohi on March 26, 2011 from blogto

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Joanne Kates (The Globe and Mail Restaurant Critic) writes…”Amaya, which opened recently in the (renovated) premises of the former Jov, is heaven-sent. The combination of silken service and excellent ingredients freshly cooked, with sensitive spicing, is seductive in the way that only the food of the subcontinent can be - rich, assertive, complex, exotic.” Just as the food avoids clichés, so...
by opentable on September 07, 2012 from opentable
From OpenTable:<br/><br/>Joanne Kates (The Globe and Mail Restaurant Critic) writes…”Amaya, which opened recently in the (renovated) premises of the former Jov, is heaven-sent. The combination of silken service and excellent ingredients freshly cooked, with sensitive spicing, is seductive in the way that only the food of the subcontinent can be - rich, assertive, complex, exotic.” Just as the food...
by menuism on May 20, 2012 from menuism
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