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Dinner, Fish, Indian, Lunch, Seafood, Toronto, Uncategorized

Amaya Express


Location:

1574 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

The “real” Amaya was closed for lunch and only opened at 5pm so we went express!

Looking like a somewhat modern-retro (isn’t that an oxymoron?) cafeteria, we were the only group sitting inside the restaurant; the rest were outdoors on the patio.  We felt like we had the whole place to ourselves! Our server was quick to take our orders and ORDER WE DID!

Spicy Fries:

Mango Lassi:

Lamb Biryani

Sweet and Sour Eggplant

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Malai Fish

Chicken Vindaloo

Amaya Prawns

Roti

Naan

I was in the company of like-minded gourmands (including A&M who we met back in my “SAD” King review) and we all agreed that the dishes were excellent in flavour and presentation.  Those spicy fries were a highlight and are only superseded by the ones had at Haldirams in Delhi!

Amaya Express on Urbanspoon

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Discussion

One thought on “Amaya Express

  1. New wide angle? Those fries look goooood. So does the naan

    Posted by akim_hobo | September 4, 2010, 04:24

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