Ordered goan shrimp curry, and that was really disappointing because instead of coconut curry they served curry of butter chicken. Like, literally what they are thinking?
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Love everything on the menu. Been there over 20 times. Slightly pricy. Excellent service. All the mains are delicious. I recommend the lamb biryani and lamb korma as well as chicken masala. Dessert that is yummy is the kulfi. It's an ice cream. Love the...More
While there are many good restaurants in Toronto, many are way too trendy - - - filled with young people who'll eat anywhere if social media says a place is hot (yes, I am older, but this is correct). If you don't need a hot...More
We went here for a late lunch and found the food to be great so would recommend a stop. However, it was pretty pricey for the amount and we too had pretty unimpressive service especially for the price.
This USED to be a good restaurant with decent pricing. However, now, sky-high prices are disproportionate with stingy portion sizes. I had lunch there this week and was shocked when the $15 potato-cauliflower dish I ordered was served; the portion measured approximately 1 cup. It...More
Went for a business meal and this is where we ended up. Staff were not interested servicing the customers. Food was very very poor with not much flavor or creativity. Not going here again.
Over priced, a gastronomical disappointment and measly portions !!! Here is what I ordered and here is how I rate the food: Goan Prawn Curry: 6 small-medium sized shrimps thrown into a watery generic sauce. 1/5 Shalish Paneer: tasted reheated 3/5 Pudina Paratha: smaller than...More
I went to Babur on a Friday evenng, arriving at 19.30. The place is nicely decorated, the wait staff friendly and prompt and the food was excellent. We shared two dishes--one was medium spicy (but not overly so) and the other was a delicious vegetarian...More
After being spoiled by good Indian cuisine in Calgary, a friend and expert (his mother is the best vegetarian Indian cook ever), took us to Toronto's Babur on Queen Street West. I am was born and raised in Toronto proper so am no stranger to...More
Whilst in Toronto we had dinner at Babur. We were starving and really looking forward to a good curry. Although the food was good we were a tad disappointed: for the money the curries were bland and lacked authenticity. Yes the decor is very nice...More