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Jaipur Grill

garp | Mar 9, 2005 12:21 PM

Went to Jaipur Grill at Yonge and Eglinton / Davisville yesterday with 2 other friends (one who had recommended the place), and had a lovely time. Service was friendly, courteous and fast, and they gave us a nice window table next to the radiator which we occupied for about 3 hours.

We had:

Vegetable Pakoras (nicely flavoured, not too greasy or overdone)
Chicken Makhani (had better but it was a good sauce nevertheless)
Saag Paneer (I was impressed with the spinach sauce - not too greasy and not to chunky, just a great creamy texture and a lovely flavour)
Eggplant (can't remember the full name but it was spicy, with fennel seeds and fragrant)

Together with 2 servings of Naan and Pullao Rice and 2 Chai Tea the total came to about $75 total. It is more expensive than the average Indian restaurant but the atmosphere is lovely so I will definitely go back again.

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