Indian Rice Factory Restaurant

Indian Rice Factory Restaurant

Indian Rice Factory

 
Address: 414 Dupont St.,
Toronto, ON, M5R 1V9, Canada
Phone: (416) 961-3472
Fax: N/A
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
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Delivery: Order Online
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Condiments
Achaar (click for more info...)
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Mango Chutney
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Aged Basmati Rice
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Rice Pudding
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