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Date Added: February 7, 2006
Address: 214 King ST W, Toronto
Phone: (416) 599-5262

Nearest Major Intersection: King St & Bay St

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Reservations Required: N/a
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: N/a

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Sasun

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Overall: October 31, 2007
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. The food isn't good at all. Twice i went for a dinner buffet and they had the same stuff both the times. Moreover the service is very bad. I believe while having food one should be in a good mood...this definately does not happen here.
I do not recommend this place.
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Sasun

Reviews: 2Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 0
Overall: October 31, 2007
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. Beware of the Owner. you wanna go there...go eat and come back. try to stay away from him. He speaks in a very insulting manner.
I do not recommend this place.
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Bill Overall: January 21, 2007
4 out of 7 people found this review helpful. Located on King St. W. in the heart of Toronto's theatre district, Kama offers an excellent selection of northern Indian cuisine (Punjabi & Kashmiri) in an upscale but casual setting.

If you equate Indian food only with fiery chilis and searing heat, Kama may come as a most pleasant surprise. Flavours are rich, complex and smooth, drawing on blends of spices that augment the ingredients in each dish.

Chicken Korma is a standout, with a complex sauce of ginger, garlic, cashews, spices and yogurt. Kama's Tandoori Chicken and Saag Chicken (chicken with spinach) are equally as good. The Lamb Biryani is subtle and delicate, with layer upon layer of flavour. Try it with a little yogurt or raita on the side. And no meal at Kama is complete without a helping of their black daal - a blend of several lentil varieties simmered in an impossibly intricate and rich combination of spices.

A wide selection of appetizers, breads, rice and deserts complement the main dishes, and there are more than enough vegetarian choices to satisfy - without culinary hardship - those who prefer a meatless diet.

The luncheon buffet is a bargain, and a great way to sample a variety of dishes to find some of your own personal favorites. Dinner reservations are not required, but on a busy theatre night you could find yourself waiting in line, so a call ahead would be prudent - the word is getting around that Kama is perhaps Toronto's foremost Indian restaurant.

I do not recommend this place.
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