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Curry Twist

Posted by Staff / Listed on November 2, 2007 / review policy

Located in the Junction, Curry Twist is contemporary restaurants serving Northern Indian and Moghlai cuisine.



Justin / October 11, 2009 at 08:33 am
We have been going to Curry Twist for almost five years and have always been impressed with the atmosphere and service, which are rivalled only by the amazing food. A couple of years ago, one of their cooks/chefs left them and opened High Park Spicy House half a dozen or so shops east of Curry Twist, on the same side of Dundas. The menu is not surprisingly almost identical. Whatever the reason for the split, I think it is dirty pool to open so close, so we continue to give Curry Twist our business. Take out or dine in, it is the best Indian for miles...
rm / December 9, 2009 at 05:06 pm
curry twist is the most authentic, flavourful and most lovely curry house in Toronto. I always get one of the daily specials and am amazed by them! The lamb madras is a MUST!

the owner seems like a really sweet guy - always says hello and greets the customers. I really like the open concept kitchen so you can see what they are cooking up and that is it very very clean!!
ChrisToronto / March 17, 2010 at 04:34 pm
I absolutely LOVE Curry Twist; definitely my first choice for Indian. I'm sad not to be in the neighbourhood anymore, which means my visits will be fewer and further between. Highly recommended!
mr. / June 26, 2010 at 11:23 pm
best curries in the city...hands down. get the chicken kabob, lamb madras and garlic naan. mmmm
Junction Lover / July 10, 2010 at 08:16 pm
We love Curry Twist! Great food and really warm, welcoming service. Easy to enjoy with the kids, too.
Chantelle / December 23, 2010 at 10:33 am
Wow, went to Curry Twist for dinner last night and still thinking about the a good way which is rare for Indian food. The service was absolutely amazing, the servers were attentive and very hospitable, and the food was fantastic.
The butter chicken was one of the best we have had (although we would probably ask for it a bit spicier when we return) and the lamb madras was to die for. Also ordered a starter of Tawa paneer which was really delicious. Their naans are huge and freshly made in a tandoor, and the samosas were freshly made as well. Really great food all round. Will be returning for sure.
fidd / November 10, 2012 at 06:41 pm
Tastes are subjective of course, but I eat a lot of indian food, throughout the east and west ends of the city, and curry twist is in my top five. Serious attention to spice and flavour, and the quality is consistent too.
Gemma / July 7, 2013 at 06:05 pm
Loved, loved, loved the food. Well spiced and wonderfully presented in beautiful pots. Service also excellent. I will return again.
Rachel / August 7, 2013 at 07:13 pm
Was there last night. Must add my high praise for the naan and lamb madras. The tiara was lovely. Aloo gobo very good. A very flavourful and aromatic meal. Yum. Cannot believe I have never made it to Curry Twist before. Will be going back. Soon I hope!
Rachel / August 7, 2013 at 07:15 pm
Raita not tiara stupid autocorrect
Antonio / September 21, 2013 at 07:11 pm
Amazingly delicious food...if you don't mind spicey food, the Goan Fish Curry is succulant, savory and light. I loved the Lamb Madras - very tasty. Everything was fabulous and will be back for take-out again. Definately one of the best Indian locations in the city!
jay / September 24, 2013 at 09:49 pm
A disappointment - AVOID!!! Had the boneless, skinned wild salmon dish - HATED IT.
FROZEN (MOST LIKELY COSTCO)- CHUCKS OF NASTINESS. Waste of good money...:( :( :( :(
Spices blend was okay, otherwise felt terrible both my wallet and stomach. AVOID YOU CAN DO BETTER FOR INDIAN FOOD IN TORONTO. HAY!!!! I SAID IT!!!
jay / September 24, 2013 at 09:52 pm
Don't hate because I stated the truth - the salmon dish is terrible. The chicken with white pepper sauce was good. BUT NOT THE SALMON DISH. Either serve good salmon or remove it from your menu offering.
james / February 24, 2014 at 04:07 pm
Jay must be a competitor of the Twist, because really, for $15 this salmon is delicious, and the exact same dish downtown would be $30, but to agreed a bit, I'm sure the owner wasn't out in the hipwaders fishing the salmon as they come upriver to spawn.
SP / April 8, 2014 at 10:05 pm
Not cheap but good food.
Henrybar / September 9, 2014 at 01:16 pm
Soooo good! Love this place! :)

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