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The Best Indian Buffet in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 29, 2016

indian buffet torontoThe best Indian buffets in Toronto are available almost exclusively at lunch hour. Make your next mid-day meal an all-you-can-eat feast featuring the the varied flavours and regional specialties of this diverse subcontinent.

Here are the restaurants with the best Indian buffet in Toronto.

Little India

Little India

This Indian restaurant on Queen West has a lunchtime buffet that's stocked with a rotating selection of meat, vegetables and seafood along with chutney, pickles, salads and dessert. More »

The Host

The Host

The AYCE lunch buffet from this mini chain features an array of Hakka Chinese, South Indian and regional specialties at live cooking stations. Load your plate up with salads, apps, curries, grilled specialties and fresh baked naan, plus options like mitha and ice cream for dessert. More »

Aroma Indian

Aroma Indian

A wide variety of traditional Indian dishes await you at this restaurant on King Street West. The lunch buffet offered daily features a selection of freshly made hot dishes as well as a salad bar and dessert station. More »

India's Taste

India's Taste

Locations in Markham and Brampton offer a buffet with a slew of appetizers, snacks, mains and desserts. Build your own thali combo or take advantage of cooking stations that showcase South Indian specialties like dosa. More »

Chef of India

Chef of India

This restaurant on Eglinton Avenue East does a brisk take out business, but the buffet with a broad sampling of all the house specialties is the way to go when dining in at lunch. More »

Kathmandu

Kathmandu

This Yorkville restaurant specializes in Indian and Nepali cuisine and offers an AYCE lunch buffet every day except Sunday. The spread includes apps, rice, tandoori chicken, curries, salads and all the essential condiments like pickles, chatni and tamarind. More »

The Indian Kitchen

The Indian Kitchen

This restaurant in Thornhill offers an AYCE option seven days a week. The buffet line is stocked with staples, including pakoras, curries and grilled items, while stacks of naan are replenished as quickly as they’re baked. More »

Bombay Palace

Bombay Palace

Eat yourself into pure unadulterated ghee... er, I mean glee at this Indian restaurant at Jarvis and Adelaide. The lunch buffet offers ample selections, including standout dishes like the butter chicken and goat curry, along with aloo gobi, daal, pulao rice, naan and more. More »

Dhaba

Dhaba

The AYCE lunch buffet from this King West restaurant boasts over 60 items. The selection includes favourites like tandoori and butter chicken as well as goat, fish and and vegetarian entrees, while a brunch buffet on weekends features crepe and omelette stations. More »

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