About Tandoori Tonite:
If you’re after home-style cooking with only fresh, homemade ingredients, head down the industrial areas of Brampton, towards Fisherman Drive and you will stumble upon Tandoori Tonite, an Indian-Pakistani restaurant many call a hidden gem of Brampton.
The menu consists of a blend of traditional Indian and Pakistani specialities, but the true stars of the menu are the naan bread and the butter chicken. Other specialities include the well-known stuffed naan, Chicken Biryani, Reshmi Kabob, the Aloo Palak and many more mouth-watering meals that will surely leave you satisfied and coming back for more. It’s open every day of the week, for both lunch and dinner, and there are occasional buffets organised. The prices are pretty affordable, as the surroundings are mostly blue-collar working families and industrial companies.
The restaurant itself is rather small, with plain white walls and a few tables available which make it challenging to organise family dinners or social gatherings here, but it’s a great spot to dine in or order takeout or delivery. There isn’t much to the interior, but there are minimal negative reviews about it because the reviews praising the food overpower every potential negativity anyone might find.
- Great food quality
- Delicious naan
- Has parking available
- All payments accepted
- Offers takeout and delivery
- Located in an industrial neighbourhood
- Plain interior
- Limited seating available
Nothing beats food that comes from family run restaurants and Tandoori Tonite is an accurate representation of that. Owned and run by the mother Samina and her two daughters Noor and Mona, every food item is prepared with dedication and love, just like Samina was taught by her mother when she was young, back in Pakistan. Chasing after her dream of becoming a chef, Samina moved to Canada with her children, where after working for a few years in small restaurants, she found a little restaurant up for sale in Brampton and decided to buy it. After a few minor tweaks to the menu and perfecting the recipes, the restaurant was reopened with the same name – Tandoori Tonite.
What made the restaurant a huge success is the in-depth knowledge of flavours Samina has combined with the years of dedication and practice she put into perfecting every dish, especially her favourite ones - the naan bread and the chicken biryani. You can see hundreds of people going to the restaurant daily, every one of them leaving with a smile.
Many Yelpers see it as the hidden gem of Brampton's Asian cuisine, and a must-go-to place when in the area. With all the positive reviews piling up and the constant rise of loyal customers, we’re sure that some great thing will come out of Tandoori Tonite.