With India accounting for approximately 17 per cent of the world's population and 100 per cent of India’s national cricket team, the country's impact on global goings-on continues to grow. Brush up on the business of Bombay with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of tandoori temptations, naan, and drinks at Amaya's Bread Bar in Lawrence Park. This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
Amaya's Bread Bar has carved out a Subcontinent-shaped spot atop Toronto's culinary scene with a menu of authentic Indian fare meticulously crafted by India-born chef Kirti Singh. Explore Amaya's region-spanning cuisine with the signature appetizer of prawns with spring onion, peppers, and green-mango sauce ($16), or delve into the nebulous numerology behind Chicken 65 ($9), the revered deep-fried and decadently spiced dish. Main meat-boasting dishes include Amaya's butter chicken ($17), engineered for edibility in the traditional tandoor oven, and lamb "lollipops" ($21), marinated with wine and served in a mint-and-fenugreek sauce. For herbivores and cannibalistic eggplants, Amaya's Bread Bar offers a slate of vegetarian sustenance, including the spinach-sporting saag paneer ($11). Soak up excess sauces with the traditional Indian bread, naan ($3), or dip absorbent taste buds into an eclectic cocktail or a glass of wine.
Amaya's Bread Bar's upscale lodgings, with ruby-red chairs, colourful fixtures, and vibrant art, lend an air of decadence to dining, with outdoor patio seating also available. Enjoy attentive service while molding memories out of nothing more than sumptuous cuisine, select company, and matching tuxedo T-shirts with a meal at Amaya's Bread Bar.
- All the dishes were outstanding and the flavours were intresting [sic]. This is the first Indian restaurant we have found which has distinct flavours in all its dishes. – indianfoodie, Urbanspoon
- Bread Bar is a casual and intimate affair . The décor perfectly complements the food and menu, which in its entirety encapsulates the signature blend of flavours and spices. – taru, Urbanspoon
- Especially loved the Curried Rolled Squid app, and the Masala Lime Lamb main. Second time here - definitely will return. – OpenTable.com user who dined on May 18, 2010
Indian Bread Bar
Coral hues and sedimentary stone walls surround patrons at Indian Bread Bar, where the kitchen creates casually inventive Indian cuisine. Inside, a team of highly skilled and professionally trained chefs from India craft authentic dishes with a combination of authentic Indian herbs and spices. After walking between tied-back rose-and-gold curtains, parties alight at red and ochre tables and dine on starters such as beef-masala sliders and butter chicken poutine. Chartreuse plates host entrees of tamatar wali halibut seared in a garlicky tomato broth or curries such as the coastal-prawn curry, which swims in coconut milk amid spices of mustard seeds, curry leaves, and tamarind. Diners can choose to inside the dining room, where paintings hang on white walls, or sit out on the patio to catch a fresh breeze.
3305 Yonge St.
Toronto, Ontario M49 2L8Get Directions