Toronto’s Top 5 Ethnic Cool Restaurants: Kothur Indian Cuisine (#4)

Posted by Caroline Teng & filed under Food, Life.

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This Indian restaurant might be difficult to find because it has no flashy lights characteristic of most stores on Yonge Street. But once you’ve found it and tasted their food, you could probably find your way there blindfolded-especially if you like Indian food.

Kothur boasts an incredible variety of authentic Indian dishes like Paneer Makhani (cottage cheese butter masala) and the more usual lamb and chicken curries. The staff is generally friendly, which makes up for their sometimes slow service. There is the option of biryani, plain rice or naan to accompany your curry entrée. I strongly recommend the naan or biryani to share. Also up for choice is the level of spiciness; even with generally non-spicy dishes like Butter Chicken (which is great for people who can’t take spice).

Prices range between fifteen to twenty five dollars for a full meal, but you will definitely be stuffed. Because of the vast amount of choices available to you, I strongly recommend going with a bunch of friends just so you can try each other’s curries and dishes.

Kothur Indian Cuisine could improve on service and ambience but they most assuredly do a fantastic job of satisfying your craving for any kind of authentic Indian food.

Kothur Indian Cuisine
649 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 1Z9

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