Yoga Spice & Rice  

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Date Added: February 10, 2006
Address: 2357 Queen Street East, Toronto
Phone: (416) 698-7303

Nearest Major Intersection: Beech Ave & Queen St E

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

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Ali1

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 1
Overall: February 23, 2008
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. This place is no good. The naan is store bought and frozen and it's not even real naan - it's basically pita bread. The food is usually old and recooked. It's really filthy and he keeps the little wire plates which he puts over the stove burner to make the papadam (and sometimes the naan) on the FLOOR.

overall, not good, over priced, and the old man who cooks/owns it is a pervert who will make a pass at the young girls who work there if he gets drunk enough.

I do not recommend this place.
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torontogal

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Overall: October 21, 2007
0 out of 0 people found this review helpful. Was walking by and saw this place for the first time. We wandered in as we were going to sit down, but it was too warm inside to we placed an order to go for butter chicken, rice and naan. The food was really not very good at all. Reheated store bought frozen naan (absolutely unedible), butter chicken and rice was barely passable. The sauce on the butter chicken was "chunky" and grainy, sort of a reheated glob. Hard to describe. The rice was good though, but not enough to ever return. There are much better indian food restaurants around. Very disappointing!
I do not recommend this place.
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moonie

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 1
Overall: May 27, 2006
3 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Not sure whether I was particularly hungry, I walked into Yoga Spice and Rice during a quick lunch break. Wanting to have my standard safety butter chicken ,the owner convinced me to try the curry chicken special. I was definitely not disappointed. All the ingredients used were superbly fresh; tender chicken breast ; fresh coriander; ground fresh ginger root; basmati rice pre soaked in saffron and spice broth; homemade delicious naan ; all for 7.99. The service was friendly and informative. The space is cozy if you were planning to stay and seems very open and community oriented with local flyers; posters and magazines about . What immediately jumped to mind is that there is alot of love put into this cooking and only the best ingredients are used. A couple of my co-workers had a taste and really loved it. The blends used in Yoga spice are quite original ; I especially felt that you could really taste all the different flavours. There are also some great lloking bottles of chutneys for sale in the front. Thanks to this website for posting the address and tel # since I ran out without taking a business card.
I recommend this place.
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