Find out what Indian restaurants to try in Kingston. Known for its markets and its striking 19th-century limestone architecture, Kingston is a great base for exploring the Thousand Islands and the St. Lawrence River and its national park. Visit Wolfe Island on the free ferry, or hunt for antiques in nearby villages.
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4 based on 182 reviews
Flavours of India offers guests an authentic dining experience with traditional Indian cuisine, native beverages, and a menu that satisfies any palate. Located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada near Queen's University, we offer fast and friendly service Our ve
This is an authentic place as the name suggests. They give you the wonderful flavours of India. I visited here for a dinner on July 30, 2019. They have an elaborate menu but my wife and myself opted for Dinner for Two option. It has staters (two samosas, pakoras), two veggies and one daal (all of your choice), roti, rice, papad, and sweet. Price $54.00 + taxes.The quantity was pretty reasonable, taste was delicious, not oily and the cherry to the topping was the excellent service. This place is very clean, you are constantly pampered by the servers moving around. I suggest you pre book as this place is definitely well occupied.
4 based on 357 reviews
Came here whilst on holiday for a few days in Kingston. There was a good range of meals. I am vegetarian and there was plenty of choice. Great service, and atmosphere in the restaurant.
4 based on 233 reviews
We offer great variety of Indian dishes, from very mild to very hot/spicy. Aside from our meat, fish, rice dishes and nan bread, we also offer great variety of vegetarian and vegan options. You can also bring your own wine, there is no corkage fee. Our ki
On arriving we immediately got seated and after sufficient time to scan the menu our orders were taken and got served in a short time. To food was great and plentiful ("doggy bag" for our lunch next day on the road). The spacing of the tables is somewhat tight.Thank you so much
4 based on 37 reviews
Indian cuisine uses the whole palette of flavors-spicy, sour, sweet, and hot all at the same time-making it something that wants to jump off the plate, with its hodgepodge of ingredients and intoxicating aromas, is coveted around the world. Our Goal at 10
We visited 1000 Curry on a Saturday evening in June 2019. It was pretty quiet, at around 5:30pm, probably due to the fact that their location is well off the beaten track. Weâve been eating curries and other Indian dishes since 1963, sampling restaurants mostly in the UK but also in Europe and North America, and Iâve been making Indian food from scratch, twice a week, for the past 50 years, so I think we know a thing or two about the cuisine.We were absolutely delighted by the food which we had here. We started with one serving of vegetable pakhora, and this was really delicious, served with mango chutney, tamarind and mint chutney, and a tomato ketchup based concoction which was not very authentic, but tasted OK. I ordered the Lamb Vindaloo and Mandeep, our server, warned us about its heat content, which she was correct to do because not many Canadians are used to that level of spiciness, but I assured her that we knew about Vindaloo and were quite OK with it. We also had a Chicken Bhoona and a Dhall Tadka, Accompaniments were basmati rice and naan.Apart from the heat, which was clearly not absent :) there was a richness and depth of flavour in all the dishes which is so often missing in the offerings of Indian restaurants. To our palate, we also welcomed the fact that none of the dishes we ordered were at all sweet. We have noticed a very unwelcome shift in the food in Indian restaurants in Canada towards the sweeter end of the scale, which dismays us. Our Chicken Bhoona had just a touch of fresh cardamom in there, enough to freshen and lift the palate without adding any sweetness whatever. Well done, you guys!There is just one thing. They now open for breakfast and lunch, but their website makes no mention of that. If they want customers, they need to spread the word better, but their website being out of date doesnât help that.
4 based on 66 reviews
Pathetic food. We ordered aaloo gobhi as its description sounds yumm in their menu. But it was exactly opposite. Aalloo n gobhi was so raw and tasteless. I was unable to think that if I am having a gobhi pickle(becauseit was that raw) or a sabzi. Aaloo was also uncooked. Forget about the taste. I won't have alu gobhi for i think few months now. Daal tadka was not at all tadka wali. It was worse than the one you get in hospital. Roti was also so crispy like a papad.... It was sheer waste of money. I will request you guys to pay little extra and go somewhere else..!!
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