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Bindia Indian Bistro
Indian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:30 pm
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16 Market St Toronto, ON M5E 1B8 Canada
16 Market StreetCAOntarioTorontoM5E 1B8
$$Indian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 10:30 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:30 pm
Bindia opened its doors in October 2013, a high end bistro brings a modern approach to Indian cuisine without compromising the sumptuous flavors.
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Indian classics with modern flourishes served in contemporary quarters with colourful murals.- Google
"$40 for: $12 coconut calamari; $18 shrimp korma; $3 naan; $2 tip."
"The tandoori lamb chops are fabulous!"
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Food was overpriced and just "okay". We ordered online at 4:15 and were given a delivery time of 6:30 (over 2 hrs, which wasn't the issue), at 6:35 we got a call saying driver was stuck in traffic. The restaurant is a five minute drive from our condo, and there was no traffic to be seen. Food arrived at 7:10. I would imagine it was poor planning, not traffic that was the reason for the late arrival. Value for money was disappointing. $17 for butter chicken that had the same amount of chicken contained in an average sized chicken breast, and was like warm at best. Or $8 for 5 tiny vegetable pakora. Spent $112 , and felt ripped off. Woke up at midnight with horrible stomach acid, so bad I took an extra strength Zantac, followed by 2 extra strength Tums, every 2 hours, and still had stomach acid at 7:30 the next morning. Would not order again.
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Valerie Alia
2 months ago
Wonderful food, pleasant service. Everything tastes fresh and there's a modern twist to traditional dishes. The tandoori lamb chops are fabulous!
Nikta Lal
2 months ago
My veg samosa had gone off, they served us the wrong naan bread and rice and saw cobwebs on the hanging light shade....The mains here really nice though..No one came even once to ask if everything was ok..A group of people came and ordered after us and their entrée and main both came out before ours 😕
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Andrew Moore
a year ago
There is nothing quite like paying for an overpriced Indian meal and then waking up at 4am, with a stomach ache. $40 for: $12 coconut calamari; $18 shrimp korma; $3 naan; $2 tip. By comparison, you could get one third, of one week's worth of Indian food at The Copper Chimney but when you are stuck in overpriced downtown, what are you going to do? I woke up at 4am with a stomach ache. By 8am, I was feeling nauseous. I wrote an email to a friend, who was visiting from outside of Toronto. I told him that I would not be able to make it. Then I started feeling feverish and ended up with diarrhea. On Saturday, I did not eat anything all day, instead drinking a few cups of water. I spent the entire day in bed, feverish, somewhat hallucinating. This morning ( Sunday ) I woke up to find that I had soiled my sheets - they are soaked with diarrhea ( down to the dry tec protective layer ). I took a few photographs of my soiled bed sheets and I plan on sending them to Bindia. I also have the phone number, to report food poisoning, to the City of Toronto. Pictures: Google's policy is to flag any review with website links as spam, so unfortunately, I cannot include pictures of my diarrhea-filled sheets ( I have a review posted on Yelp ). I called the City of Toronto on Monday morning, to report my experiences.
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Nicola Sancho-Persad
7 months ago
The food is excellent! Absolutely delicious and flavourful. The ambiance is gorgeous, very modern environment with little traditional Indian cultural accents on the walls and tables. The dishes the food is served in are traditional dishes. The only thing is that it is overpriced and the food is not enough. I went twice, once for lunch and once for dinner, and I thought the portions are not enough for one person. Usually, restaurants serve a lot of food, (one entree is enough for two people) but this place, it is not the case.
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Jeff Hackett
7 months ago
Been to Bindia a few times and everytime its meets my expectations. The food is absolutely delicious and probably one some of the best in the city. The only downside is that it is a bit pricey for Indian food compared to what you can get elsewhere, and portions are a bit small.
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Carla Kruger
11 months ago
Bindia is a beautiful Indian restaurant with delicious Indian dishes! We have been there a few times over the summer and we have always had a pleasant experience. Not only do they have some of the tastiest food that we've had in Toronto but also great ambience and friendly staff! We will definitely be back again!
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Brian Roach
a year ago
Awesome. Had the chicken Briani and lamb bhuna. Fantastic Great service.


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