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North of Bombay

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

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Located in the Junction, North of Bombay serves classic North Indian cuisine.

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Eric Hacke / October 26, 2008 at 07:53 pm
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Been here many many times and I've never been disappointed.

Service is fast and the quality is well above average compared to many other Indian places in Toronto.

I'd recommend it to anyone, I've never had a bad experience.
Cherith / September 1, 2012 at 08:06 pm
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Best. Restaraunt. Ever!!! So good!!! Very underestimated and everyone should come up to the junction and try it :) owner is very friendly and service is fast. Authentic indian food!! Yum yum yum.
Andrew / September 1, 2012 at 08:06 pm
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North of Bombay is the best Toronto resturant.
If you make it to the junction, try the best Indian food ever.

I have made this a usual stop to eat
Amazing atmosphere and great service
Jitender / October 7, 2012 at 10:26 am
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This is my favorite place to have "Thanksgiving Dinner" I would rate this place 5/5 for best authentic Indian taste as they cook with perfect blend of flavor essence and spices. They best thing is elegant staff, pleasant ambiance and courteous owners, they have always kept commitment to deliver quality and service at most affordable price.

Do not risk to take your date to any other place if this restaurant is open on that day, I will just say " Check this place once for sure"
Jason Harlow / October 19, 2014 at 08:10 pm
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The menu says Naan is $1.50 each, which is a good price, so we ordered 6. Naans came to $11.70 on the bill, so we asked the waitress, who said the naans are actually $1.95 each. We asked to talk to a manager, and he said yes, the naans are $1.95 each, and he showed us the take-out menu which he said was more recently priced. I said I'd like to pay the $1.50 and that's when the manager started getting very rude and upset. He called me cheap, and said he would not reduce the price. He said if I'm going to argue over 50 cents he doesn't want me or my family coming back again. It was by far the strangest interaction I have ever had with a restaurant manager. I paid the $11.70 for 6 naan, but I'll certainly never go back to a restaurant that lists incorrect prices on the menu, but then charges whatever they want at the end!

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