Reviews

  Best of TO Award for Best Indian 2013
  Dine.TO


  Best of TO Award for Best Indian 2012
  Dine.TO


  Best of TO Award for Best Indian 2011
  Dine.TO


Readers Choice Award 2012
Sun Media

Best Indian 2006, 2007
Sara Waxman, Dine.TO

  Winner of "MOST MEMORABLE MEAL AWARD"
  Readers Choice, Where Toronto Magazine

"Chef P.K. has taken the fear out of Indian Food by upscaling the ingredients and the décor."
Greg Couillard - Chef's Pick, Globe & Mail

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Toronto Life, 2005

You've Never Had Indian Like This
Stephanie Dickison, Dine.TO

BEST TANDOORI in Toronto for 2003
Eye Magazine

Awarded one of the top 10 restaurants in Toronto
NOW Magazine, 2001

"He strives to cook the way they did at home in the Punjab. Simple food, but in a decent manner, more than decent I'd say."
Rating: ****, EYE Magazine

Josh Banquets at Dhaba!
Josh Josephson

309 Dhaba has a wonderfully light and pleasant feel to it.
Kindah Mardam Bey

Unique and modern food makes Dhaba...must see!
Stephanie Dickison, Dine.TO

Passage to India - A Tasty Journey
Sara Waxman, Dine.TO

Chef P.K. has taken the fear out of Indian Food by upscaling the ingredients and the decor.
Greg Couillard - Chef's Pick, Globe & Mail

Best Lunch Buffet Deal in the City
Ron Mann, Film Maker - Toronto

The most innovative and taste-intensive food ever to hit Toronto!
Rated NNNNN by Steven Davey

Make It an Event
CBC Radio

Don't Miss the Potato Dumplings
Toronto Life

A Pleasing & Unpretentious Family-Run Eatery
National Post

Dhabas Divine Butter Chicken
NOW Magazine

The first restaurant in four years to receive our highest rating. Dhaba is much more than any other Indian eatery...the Literary Device, Norm DiPlume, et al, unanimously name (Dhaba) their favourite, not only of 1999, but of every other year as well.
NOW Magazine - Best of '99

EVOCATIVE OF A SUBCONTINENTAL ROADHOUSE
"This superb North Indian-influenced eatery serves some of the most inventive and taste-intensive food ever to hit Toronto. Order everything the way the chef would have it. Well worth the drive."
Rating: NNNNN, NOW Magazine

ASTONISHINGLY GOOD
"My take on this astonishingly good -- no, make that divine -- restaurant, open since December '98, can be accurately summed up in the words of one Fred Flintstone: Yabba-Dhaba-Doo!"
Steven Davey, NOW Magazine

DHABA'S DIVINE BUTTER CHICKEN
"In particular, the butter chicken was outstanding. It was the best Indian buffet I've ever had."
L. Cooper, Toronto, Letters to the Editor, NOW Magazine

"A pleasing and unpretentious family-run eatery where the chef will voluntarily make whatever you like. Dhaba, all the way up there, serves Indian food in the style of that country's roadside restaurants. It's different, and it works well."
Jacob Richler, National Post

"Spice fiends will be dancing in the streets now that Toronto's BEST Indian eatery has relocated to King West's Restaurant row."
Rating: NNNNN, NOW Magazine

"He strives to cook the way they did at home in the Punjab. Simple food, but in a decent manner, more than decent I'd say."
Rating: ****, EYE Magazine