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The New Delhi

Not so long ago, Indian fine dining would have been considered an oxymoron, but Southeast Asian cuisine has come a long way, baby!

Amaya the Indian Room serves delicate, complex dishes in beautiful surroundings—brightly coloured glass lanterns, copper pots, crisp linens—to well-heeled locals. 309 Dhaba Indian Excellence has similarly lofty goals, dishing up traditional recipes with a modern twist in its sleek dining room.

The most fragrant, succulent lamb emerges from the Tandoor of the newly re-vamped Jaipur Grille, while the menu of Chakra Indian Restaurant reads like a culinary road map of the spicy subcontinent.

FOR MORE, TRY…

Aroma (287 King St. W., 416-971-7242); Babur; Bombay Palace; Debu’s Nouvelle Indian Cuisine; Jaadu; Kama; Kamasutra Indian Restaurant & Wine Bar; Little India Restaurant; Saffron Tree (91 Gerrard St. W., 416-850-3179)

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