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Biryani House

25 Wellesley St East
Toronto, ON M4Y 2S9

(416) 929-9444

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars (9 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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10 Best All-you-can-eat Appetizers Buffet Casual Dining Catering Delivery dining Dinner downtown food Good For: Lunch Indian Indian spirits Lunch Reservations Reservations Accepted restaurant Take Out

Hours: m 11:30a-10:30p, tu-f 11:30-10:30p, sa-su 5p-10p
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Gift Certificate, Cash, Check, Interac


Biryani House located at Yonge and Wellesley intersection with a seating capacity of 95 brings you the revival of Dum Pukht Cuisine.
by hotfrog on September 26, 2012 from hotfrog


good lunch time buffet: i meet a group of old colleagues here every couple of months and am always impressed by the freshness of the food and the variety of dishes on hand.
Rated 4 stars by JMC on December 21, 2010
Great atmosphere, good food.: This Indian restaurant is huge! They have delicious food and lots of space inside for business events.<br/><br/>My boyfriend took me downtown for dinner and we had some great butter chicken, naan with dried fruits and vegetarian masala. Dessert were these yummy cheese balls dipped in a sweet syrup (although I still popped into Just Desserts after!).<br/><br/>At work we are currently planning a large outing/dinner in downtown Toronto for about 20 people and I recommend Biryani House.
Rated 4 stars by Lovely Llama on September 20, 2010
Great Indian cuisine.: My very first restaurant that my friend took me to when I moved to downtown Toronto. I'm not a huge Indian food fan, but I do enjoy the staples like butter chicken, curry, pakora, naan etc.<br/><br/>The lamb curry is tasty and I love the butter chicken here; it's flavourful without being too rich in a good way. The butter chicken did not feel too heavy after eating which is a first for me. Cheaper than I expected for an Indian restaurant in downtown Toronto, but average for the downtown area.<br/><br/>My only complaint is they were a bit slow, but it was a pretty busy Friday night. I would definitely go again but recommend avoiding the early dinner crowd.
Rated 4 stars by Ben Nguyen on September 20, 2010

Editorial Reviews

Chef Debu Saha of Debu Saha's Biryani House kickstarted this year's Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights in high-style creating an exceptional five-course tasting menu that captured the colour, excitement and diversity of the lunar New Year.Catering to both the vegetarian ($38) and non-vegetarian appetites ($45), the menu was designed for Canada's colder climate, seasonal ingredients as well...
Rated 1.9 stars by Staff on August 16, 2011 from blogto

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Our dishes are specialities from many diverse regions of India, a sub continent with over 16 different languages and cultures, and equally as many spices with which to tantalize the taste buds . The result is unique dishes born from the homes of regional families, Maharajas and palaces , and even humble wayside stalls across the land from North to South and West to East .WEBSITE    <br/><br/>...
by n49 on March 07, 2012 from n49
Biryani House specializes in traditional Awadhi style food preparation. The distinctive Dum Pukht cuisine has found a niche for itself in the modern world and is finding new converts every day. We at Biryani House cuisine promise the experience that international gourmet seeks.
by toronto on June 01, 2010 from toronto
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