Dhaba Indian Restaurant

Dhaba Indian Restaurant

Dhaba Indian Restaurant

 
Address: 309 King Street W,
Toronto, ON, M5V 1J5, Canada
Phone: (416) 740-6622
Fax: (905) 673-7788
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Online Menu
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Vegetarian Menu
Aloo Cobhi cauliflower and potatoes
Aloo Kadchi Maar Ke (click for more info...)
Bhurven Baingan (click for more info...)
Cashew Paneer (or Mixed Vegetables) (click for more info...)
Chana Masala (click for more info...)
Daal Tadkiya (Daal Fry) (click for more info...)
Kofte Kamaalke or Saag Kofta (click for more info...)
Okra Okra (click for more info...)
Saag Chana (click for more info...)
Saag Paneer or Aloo (click for more info...)
Tinda Masala (click for more info...)
Ol'Faves
Aloo Tikki Dahi Chana (click for more info...)
Bhel Puri (click for more info...)
Chaat Papdi (click for more info...)
Chicken or Paneer Pakora (click for more info...)
Onion Bhaji (click for more info...)
Vegetable Samosa Dahi Chana (click for more info...)
Chicken Dishes
Balti Chicken (click for more info...)
Butter Chicken (click for more info...)
Chicken Kazmeer (click for more info...)
Chicken Korma (click for more info...)
Chicken Tikka Masala or Jalfrezi (click for more info...)
Chicken Vindaloa (click for more info...)
Dhaba-Style Chicken Roganjosh (click for more info...)
Okra Chicken (click for more info...)
Saag Chicken (Chicken Spinach) (click for more info...)
Seafood Entrees
Balti Fish (click for more info...)
Balti Shrimp: (click for more info...)
Dhaba's Special Scallops (click for more info...)
Fish Curry (click for more info...)
Fish Vindaloo (click for more info...)
Shrimp Masala (click for more info...)
Shrimp Shaandar (click for more info...)
Shrimp Vindaloo (click for more info...)
Goat or Lamb
Balti Goat or Lamb (click for more info...)
Lamb Aubergin (click for more info...)
Lamb Bhoona or Dhansak (click for more info...)
Lamb Kebob Masala (click for more info...)
Lamb Korma (click for more info...)
Lamb Okra (click for more info...)
Lamb or Goat Roganjosh (click for more info...)
Lamb Tikka Masala or Jalfrezi (click for more info...)
Lamb Vindaloo (click for more info...)
Saag Lamb (click for more info...)
Rice Dishes
Chicken Biryani (click for more info...)
Lamb Biryani (click for more info...)
Plain Rice (click for more info...)
Saffron Rice (click for more info...)
Shrimp Biryani (click for more info...)
Vegetarian Biryani (click for more info...)
Tandoori Specialities
Chicken Ginger Kebab (click for more info...)
Chicken Tikka Achari (click for more info...)
Dhaba's Tandoori Chicken (click for more info...)
Dhaba's Tandoori Platter (click for more info...)
Fish Tikka (click for more info...)
Shish Kebab (click for more info...)
Tandoori Lamb Chops (click for more info...)
Tandoori Tofu (click for more info...)
Breads
Fenugreek Naan (click for more info...)
Fresh Garlic Naan (click for more info...)
Lachedar or Pudina Paratha (click for more info...)
Lamb Naan (click for more info...)
Onion or Aloo or Paneer Kutcha (click for more info...)
Peshawari Naan (click for more info...)
Tandoori Naan Plain
Tandoori Roti
Side Orders and Desserts
Mango Chutney
Naram Garam Gulab Jamun (click for more info...)
Rabri Kheer (click for more info...)
Raita
Salad

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