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Afghan Village Restaurant

Posted by Staff / Listed on April 27, 2012 / review policy

Afghan Village Restaurant TorontoAfghan Village Restaurant specializes in kebab and other Afghan eats. The ambiance has recently improved as the restaurant has recently relocated in a plaza on Don Mills just south of the Science Centre. Those with an appetite (and looking for a deal) should go for the $9.99 dinner buffet.



Abdul Hamid / December 27, 2011 at 08:25 pm
I as an Afghan really know what Afghan food should taste. And this resutarant way far from being an authintic Afghan. If you visit the famous Afghan restuarant like Bamiyan Kebab or Kandahar Kebob you will know what I am talking about. I hope this restuarant owner see this note and start to make some improvements in his business. Service is what make differece. My friend found a piece of real glass in the food and the owner doesnt seems to apologize rather blaming my friend that he is lying. My friend was just letting him know what he found not trying to reimburse or refund. I will never go there ever...EVER.
sarah / January 4, 2012 at 09:01 pm
well i think afghan village restuarant is the best better than the other restuarants cause if you go to afghan village its like back home friendly people there and some afghans dont appreciate it cause affcource they like free food thats why they osted this comment and were did a real glass come from sorry but i dont believe this
jessica / April 16, 2012 at 01:29 am
well i have been there so many times and i had always the best food ever. and they have been moved to a better location because they do a good business and i wish them all the best. keep it up AFGHAN VILLAGE RESTAURANT. And Mr. Hamid i think you should stop talking like this you are in Canada.
jessica_h8ter / April 24, 2012 at 01:25 pm
That is really an appalling thing to say, jessica
tamicker / May 9, 2012 at 02:36 pm
this restaurant needs improvement because in their old location they were very dirty and i saw some insects like cockroaches and mice in their restaurant which made me to not go again and complain to the food department of Toronto and i did complain i do not know if they took any action against them overall their people have so much attitude like it's their country. the most important thing in Canada is customer service which they are falling behind and they are very dirty with organizing their restaurant. need some improvement please i wouldn't go back but i will let you everyone that they need to be more clean with their food.
gigi replying to a comment from jessica / May 24, 2012 at 10:27 am
What does being in Canada have anything to do with his comment? He simply stated his experience at the Restaurant. It's obvious you must be affiliated with the restaurant somehow.
gigi replying to a comment from gigi / May 24, 2012 at 10:28 am
@ jessica
ariya / July 14, 2012 at 07:28 pm
this place needs a LOT of improvements. it definitely has the potential to be a good restaurant. the place is almost always empty because their food is not up to par compared to other restaurants in the neighbourhood (bamiyan kabob).

i ordered the chicken breast kabob with salad and naan for 7.99. the chicken had good flavors, over cooked though. their salad was HORRIBLE. anyone can make better salad. it was unevenly cut old tomatoes and cucumbers with bits of salad and mainly corriander leaves... and no dressing either. their naan was good but why was it served cut up into about 10 UNEVEN pieces? I don't understand the logic behind any of this... i ordered take out so it was given in a styrofoam box with two small compartments and one large one. the two small compartments had the salad squeezed in it.. and the big compartment had the chicken skewer.. it was honestly so horrible. for a dollar more i couldve had a full plate of rice, fresh cut salad WITH dressing and succulent meat at bamiyan kabob.

i have nothing good to say about this place.. there's no business there for a reason.
Surab / July 15, 2012 at 02:53 pm
who know Bamyan Kabab??
is that better than Afghan Village restaurant??
Tim / August 6, 2012 at 11:21 am
food was OK, service horrible, waited 25 mins for shawarma, no apologies and later to found out they mixed up the order! Visited twice and both times it took an unbelievably long to get my food.
jabbar / August 16, 2012 at 04:39 pm
I am an afghan(Uzbek) from afghanistan, means that we invinted the Mantoo, Qaabli Palao and few other dishes of afghanistan. I am a business man by profession and travel alot, Have a office in Dubai and Hamburg germany(both places with huge afghan comunities) And trust me that any of these afghani resturants in canada are nowhere even close to real tasty afghani food.They are OK, but not tasty enough.
Armand / September 3, 2012 at 03:21 am
Lazy staff and dont care on quality of food or service... avoid go to bamyani reason why theres a lineup there and its always empty at afgani village.

Id give it a 4 out of 10
maliha / December 1, 2012 at 01:51 am
most of U people are really rude just keep Ur comments to yourself
and I tried their food it was pretty good better than 2-3 years ago by then it was another owner that owned Afghan village and all you guys can do is talk shit you guys are suppose to support not let the business down
Jamal / June 7, 2013 at 09:09 am
Hi everyone is this halal food nd the owner is Shia or sunni
Monir / June 25, 2013 at 01:33 pm
I visited Afghan Village a few times. And every time I did not have a good memory of this place. The 1st time they charged me more, the 2nd time they give the wrong order and the 3rd time they give me food from leftover. The food was not fresh at all and also their customer service was really bad. I am not going at this place in my entire life again.
95H95O / November 29, 2013 at 02:42 pm

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