Tamarind the Indian Kitchen

Food & Drink
161 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5J 2S1 161 Bay Street, Toronto Directions
+14168502929
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Report | 3 years ago
There is chutney by the cash
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Report | 3 years ago
The 3 vouchers did not say what each one is good for. Apparently, the first one is for a chicken wrap, the 2nd and 3rd are for other meals I don't know how the vendor would know which voucher you are using.
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Report | 3 years ago
good food for quick lunch. I liked the taste of wrap. Defiantly go there again.
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Report | 3 years ago
Very Rude. And arrogant Not what it was expected. Slow service No value for the price paid.
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Report | 3 years ago
Portion was good, but overall the wrap was ok. Wasn't too impressed with the fee given the discount isn't as big.
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Report | 3 years ago
Good Indian food with various options in the Financial district.
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Report | 5 years ago
Even though there were spices but it was not that tasty.
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I like the tray of pickles and peppers by the cash register
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Report | 5 years ago
The food was verybland
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Report | 5 years ago
Need to be more customer friendly and treat everyone with respect. Seemed to me like cashier was annoyed when presented with groupon and was treating as if like doing a favorHe didid not give full value for the voucher and was unpleasent.
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From Our Editors

Walking past Tamarind's modern counter-service eatery within Brookfield Place, home of the Hockey Hall of Fame and near the Air Canada Centre and Sony Centre of Performing Arts, you're likely to get a whiff of coriander, cumin, turmeric, and ginger—the telltale aromas of an authentic Indian restaurant. But, thanks to the chefs' active imaginations, you're likely to notice other scents as well. Jamaican jerk spices, for instance, which put the kick in a recent mango jerk chicken special. Or the spicy aroma of piri piri sauce, the chili-based dressing popular in Mozambique that played a role in a piri piri fish dish. These exotic variations on familiar flavors rotate each month, giving newcomers a reason to stop by and regulars a reason to return. To accompany both the traditional dishes—scratch-made curries, biryani, and convenient wraps and kebabs—and the innovative specials, freshly baked naan bread bearing tantalizing bubbles and zero tan lines emerges from the blazing tandoor throughout the day.

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