Profile

Cover photo
Verified local business
Bindia Indian Bistro
Indian Restaurant$$
Today 11:30AM–10PM
1 follower|512,796 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos
Contact Information
Map of the business location
16 Market St Toronto, ON M5E 1B8 Canada
16 Market StreetCAOntarioTorontoM5E 1B8
+1 416-863-0000bindia.ca
$$Indian Restaurant, RestaurantToday 11:30AM–10PM
Sunday 11:30AM–10PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–10PMSaturday 11:30AM–10PM
Menu
Bindia opened its doors in October 2013, a high end bistro brings a modern approach to Indian cuisine without compromising the sumptuous flavors.
Google+ URL

See inside

Panorama
Panorama
Panorama
Your Activity
Write a review
Review Summary
3.7
41 reviews
5 star
17 reviews
4 star
11 reviews
3 star
3 reviews
2 star
3 reviews
1 star
7 reviews
Indian classics with modern flourishes served in contemporary quarters with colourful murals.- Google
"Oh and the hot dessert with vanilla ice cream (Galub Jamun) is amazing!"
"The tandoori lamb chops are fabulous!"
Featured by Zagat
Toronto's Best Indian Restaurants
, and one other list
See more from Zagat
Photos
Scrapbook photo 2
Scrapbook photo 3
Scrapbook photo 4
Scrapbook photo 5
Scrapbook photo 6
Upload public photo
People
Have them in circles
1 person
Jamie Sarner's profile photo
All reviews
Gourav Gupta's profile photo
Gourav Gupta
in the last week
Such a wonderfull place in downtown. True Indian taste. If you are looking for Home made kind of food..go there and you will love it. Don't forget to try their Masala chai...it's superb Amazing service and amazing people. Keep up the good work guys.
Yugo Takahashi's profile photo
Yugo Takahashi
a week ago
Chewy fresh naan (highly recommended to upgrade to the garlic or butter naan - YUM), hot dishes served with modern cutlery, ambiance and decor. Service was really attentive and worthy of the price point. Ours even presented our bottle of sparkling water as if it were a fine wine ! We ordered lots of dishes and took the rest home to feast on the next day. Recommend checking this place out if you're looking to grab some comforting eats after a day at the market. Oh and the hot dessert with vanilla ice cream (Galub Jamun) is amazing! The portion is smaller so you can fit it in after dinner, but it's very decadent and a nice way to end the meal :)
• • •
Alan Merriam's profile photo
Alan Merriam
4 months ago
Truly authentic and refined Indian Cuisine. I've been several times and love the food. It's a bit more expensive than the average Indian restaurant, but totally in line with the quality. Some others have mentioned poor service but it hasn't ever been my experience. I live close by and have eaten at most restaurants in the St. Lawrence Mkt area - I have a pretty good reference point and Binda scores high on all fronts. If you want a more inexpensive but much less sophisticated/refined option, (greasier, average ingredients) try Little India on Queen St. W and St. Patrick. Its also authentic Indian but not nearly as good quality. You can definitely overpay at some restaurants, but in this case, you totally get what you pay for. Bindia is the real deal.
• • •
Tavis Gordon's profile photo
Tavis Gordon
6 months ago
We ate there when they first opened and I wasn't impressed with the service or the overpriced dishes. I think it may have been the owner that was helping us. He was helpful and friendly to others but seemed to switch up his attitude when dealing with us. I think he thought he was being "cool" with his rudeness and unprofessionalism. Perhaps he thought we were used to people acting like that where we're from. I hate to say it but the only difference between us and the other customers was they were of European descent and we are a young ethnic couple. We've experienced this treatment before from other restaurants but it's a shame to have to experience this unfair treatment once again. Needless to say, it was the last time we gave them our business.
• • •
Tyler George's profile photo
Tyler George
3 weeks ago
Very dishonest owners... Worked very hard for the owner but then quit after to many questions from where our tip outs we're going. The owners are paying the chefs from the servers tip outs. now the owner, Jyoti is keeping my pay from me weeks after I quit.. She said she was going to mail it on Sunday (the day of the Canada post strike, she knows this. This is why she is playing games and illegally withholding my pay from me) while I was working for Bindia I noticed a lot of very worrisome things, such as food from customers plates that they didn't eat be put back in bowls for reserving to other customers. This place is run very unprofessionally. Proper amount of Liqour is never put into cocktails, which is misleading to customers.. Proper hygiene in kitchen is not followed and is disgusting!
• • •
Robin Ashford's profile photo
Robin Ashford
3 months ago
Right up there with the very best curry I've found in Toronto. Been twice now (lamb biryani / chicken vindaloo) and each time was fantastic - great food, friendly service, clean premises. I've never recommended anywhere on Goofle before but this place really deserves it.
Justin Rintoul's profile photo
Justin Rintoul
2 weeks ago
The restaurant was basically empty and we were left to stand there as no one came to seat us. Hostess was busy with her phone and the other server was busy talking with the neighbours. Ended up going somewhere else.
Farhan Chagani's profile photo
Farhan Chagani
7 months ago
Great place to dine! I came here craving for Indian food, and was pleasantly satisfied! Their Chicken Tikka Masala was delicious! I would consider dining here again. As others pointed out, it is slightly more expensive than expected for Indian food, but the ambiance/environment here is better than for a typical Indian restaurant. The staff is wonderful, and the place is clean. Consider dining here for the best experience!

Stream

Have them in circles
1 person
Jamie Sarner's profile photo

Bindia Indian Bistro hasn't shared anything with you.

People are more likely to share with you if you add them to your circles.