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Suski Biryani House

Posted by Staff / Listed on October 14, 2008 / review policy

Suski Biryani HouseSuski Biryani House, known to most of us as simply the Biryani House used to be in Roy Square before it was forced to move to Hayden Street. Despite the change of scenery, it's still a great option for a cheap Indian lunch.

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ased / April 22, 2009 at 01:50 pm
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they are now located on 25 wellesley st E and called Biryani House instead.
i went there last night and had a Bhuna Lamb and Goan Fish Curry sharing with my partner. they are both spicy and delicious. i could finally taste some authentic indian curry here. (not North-American adjusted spiciness)
one down side of the meal is that the decoration is a bit sketchy and the food is overpriced considering the quantity and the whole atmospere. we wanted to order the kabaab ($16.95) but changed our mind once we knew that it doesn't come with any sort of naan or rice. the meal went up to $45 when we had to order both curries seperately with the naan.
ased / April 22, 2009 at 01:50 pm
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they are now located on 25 wellesley st E and called Biryani House instead.
i went there last night and had a Bhuna Lamb and Goan Fish Curry sharing with my partner. they are both spicy and delicious. i could finally taste some authentic indian curry here. (not North-American adjusted spiciness)
one down side of the meal is that the decoration is a bit sketchy and the food is overpriced considering the quantity and the whole atmospere. we wanted to order the kabaab ($16.95) but changed our mind once we knew that it doesn't come with any sort of naan or rice. the meal went up to $45 when we had to order both curries seperately with the naan.
Two different restaurants replying to a comment from ased / August 17, 2009 at 04:13 pm
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This Hayden st. Biryani house is much much better than 25-Wellesley Biryani house. I ate in both and highly recommend this one, the former. Never went back to the latter, pricy, not fresh, slow service. The curry in this little restaurant is always freshly made, fresh flavor of spices, naan is so fluffy.
indian food lover / May 9, 2010 at 08:48 pm
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Suksi Biryani House (its actually Sukhi's Biryani House, but the sign contains a spelling mistake) is NOT to be confused with the multiple Biryani House restaurants across the city and is not the Biryani House on Wellesley (which has poor service, over-priced, and ok tasting at best). Sukhi's is a very tiny spot on Hayden Street, serving phenomenal punjabi food - something I know. I've had the buffet that is served on weekedays during lunch. Its ok. Its the dinner menu that is absolutely mouth watering. Every dish is amazing: the pakora basket, malai kofta, mattar paneer, saag chicken, okra, you name it. Raman, the manager of sorts, is a man with a tough exterior but very kind-hearted which makes the experience even better.
A.A / October 6, 2010 at 04:05 pm
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I just went there for lunch today. Asked the guy in the kitchen what the most popular food is, he said something and I took it out. It was less @6.77. I chose two kinds of veg-dish and one curry. They added a thin cracker and a small yoghurt-ish sweet dessert. The side dishes were tasty and the curry was authentic. Filling AND cheap! It's a good place to take out for lunch!
Nikki / March 12, 2011 at 09:25 am
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Please do not confuse Suksi Biryani House on Hayden with The Biryani House on Wellesley. They are not the same restaurant.
Suksi's Biryani House on Hayden has THE BEST Indian dinner this city has to offer. The lunch is good, but the seated a la carte dinner is nothing short of incredible. Don't be fooled by the um, 'interesting' decor. The food is absolutely top-notch delicious.
Aisha / October 16, 2012 at 08:10 pm
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Really loved this meal. We went for dinner tonight and ordered the famous dinner and palak paneer and rice. It was served piping hot and tasted like home. I thought it was very good, and was not cloyingly sweet or too rich like Indian Food can sometimes be. I walked away totally satisfied, and without the usual gerrard street belly ache. Definitely plan on going back and getting the tandoori chicken. It was served to the couple next to us on a bed of sizzling barbecued onions.
jyoti kalia / February 27, 2013 at 06:18 pm
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the best food in toronto.
jyoti kalia / February 27, 2013 at 06:19 pm
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best food in toronto
DH / March 5, 2013 at 01:21 pm
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I have been eating at this restaurant for 5 years now and I love it. The place is cosy and staff very friendly. The food is phenomenal and no other indian restaurant in Toronto makes me feel this way.
K replying to a comment from ased / August 10, 2014 at 01:24 pm
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Wrong one, there are two of them in close proximity to each other but the Biryani House on Hayden St. (Right off of Yonge below Bloor) is far superior. The one you went to is now renamed "Spice Village" but Suski Biryani House remains on Hayden.

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