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All things Indian [Quebec City]

Texan_in_Quebec | Nov 9, 2010 10:12 AM

Recently moved to Quebec City. I'm looking for Indian restaurant and grocery store recommendations.


Restaurant-wise, here's what I know:

1. Le Taj Mahal. [Rene Levesque near Ave. Cartier]

Been there a few times. Good food. Usually I hear lots of English at this place. One time I even heard a Brit.

Two doors down from Le Taj Mahal is

2. Delice de l'Inde. [Rene Levesque near Ave. Cartier]

Been there twice. Good food but bad service. Should I go back?

Rumor is that around the corner from LTM and Ddl'I, on Ave. Cartier, there's an Indian place called

3. Garam Massala. [Ave. Cartier]

Haven't been. What say you?

Over in Sillery, there's supposedly a place called

4. Saveurs d'Inde. [Ave. Maguire or thereabouts]

Haven't been. Is it any good?

5. Shahi Masala. [Ch. Ste-foy]

Haven't been.

6. Restaurant Nupur. [Ave. Myrand]

Haven't been.

Additional information on the above places or names/addresses of new places is much appreciated.


I don't know of any. Do you?

Well, wait, there is Délicatesses Tonkinoises on Rue St-Jean, but I'm not hopeful it will contain Indian thingamajigs. I'm going tomorrow after my French class. A report will follow.

I'd like to stock up on ingredients so that this winter I can stay home and cook vast amounts of saag paneer, rather than slalom my car all over Montcalm and Sillery, smash into one of those delightful red Canada Post boxes, impale myself on a Maple-Leaf-emblazoned shard of metal, and die in the snow amidst children's letters to Pere Noel--now covered in my rapidly congealing blood--while my fellow Quebeckers walk by and roll their eyes at the moron from Texas who can't drive in a half-inch of snow.

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