Maroli Indian Restaurant Toronto
4stars - based on24reviews
630 Bloor street westToronto,ONM6G 1K7
(416) 483-5393Hours: Mon-Fri 4pm - 00:00am Tuesday Closed Sat-Sun 12pm - 3:00pm Sat-Sun 4pm - 00:00am Categories:Indian,KeralaPrice Range:$$
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Maroli Provides  late night  indian food delivery toronto. Delivery starts   from  4pm to 12 am . Since  2004 we have  catered to Corporate offices and  homes and community events  and also provide free “Indian food  delivery Toronto”  downtown  including Hotels and  residential areas .

Maroli has been awarded best indian restaurant in Toronto. The Maroli Restaurants caters Indian food to Toronto ,from corporate to small and medium size offices to home and get togethers . Maroli have been well known name in Toronto and GTA for the exceptional quality of Indian food served in Toronto. We offer dine-intakeout and Indian food delivery in downtown TorontoReserve your table at Maroli today.Maroli has also introduced Order Online  system  integrated into our newly launched website for the convenience of our customers  .

Maroli  Indian Restaurant  in Toronto  strives to  provide  Free  indian food delivery in and around Toronto  for Residential and corporates and offices  or Hotels in downtown Toronto .With 1000′s of Indian Restaurant in Toronto ,Maroli emerged as  a the Award Winning Indian Restaurant in Toronto in 2010-2011 .

Every region has its favourite ingredients. South Indian cooking celebrates the versatility of rice, coconut and curry leaves. These three ingredients pop up in various tasteful guises in almost every meal. Dishes from this part of India tend to be made with wettish spice pastes, moistened with water, while north Indian dishes are more often based on dry spice additions.

Malabar is noted for its variety of pancakes and steamed rice cakes, biryani made of mutton, chicken, egg and fish. Arikadaka, a concoction of rice , fennel and coconut filled in mussels and steamed are a Malabari gem . Meen moilee (a Greenish yellow fish curry ), Mathi Fry (Pan Fried Sardine), Oyster stewed in Coconut sauce or a Pan Fried Sardine are also staples of a Malabari diet. olath erachi (fried mutton or beef are amongst the more popular meat items in the region. Another interesting feature is the abundant use of coconut, coconut oil, mustard seeds, curry leaves, and coconut milk.

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