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Mom & Pop Indian Resto?

bogie | Dec 6, 2007 06:32 PM

The subject of Indian dining has been done to death here, I know. But, here's a new twist: Does anybody know of a Mom & Pop Indian Restaurant? We have lots of cozy, friendly Italian family trattorias, how about Indian?

When I lived in Edmonton, one of my favourite haunts was Ashoka Curry House (RIP).
Mom cooked everything, Dad hosted and the sons served graciously. The food was prepared with care and you could taste the love in everything, even the humble samosa. It was also discreet with a beaded divider at the front door, sitar music softly playing in the small dining room, classic red/gold wallpaper and white tablecloths.
It was neither casual nor overly formal, but just the right atmosphere to elicit feelings of comfort.

It seems to me that most places here are holes-in-the-wall, buffet purveyors, tragically hip or "modern" Indian.

Has anybody found anything like my "go to joint"? I read about one called Panorama, either in Miss or North York, anybody been there? Any other suggestions?


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