Their Fish curry is great. The fish is wild caught and not farmed like most Indian restaurants. Love their eggplant.
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I was introduced to this restaurant by my friend whose parents come from Kerala, and I have become a huge fan of Maroli which is a great example of South Indian cuisine. I find it is both amazingly delicious and feels lighter, not as oily...More
We were really excited about the restaurant as it is from the south of India and not one of the run of the mill type Indian restaurant. I must say that most of the food was quite authentic. The fried fish we ordered which was...More
My order relates to a dish i got through Uber Eats. I got the butter chicken with rice and naan and it was just fabulous. Some of the best butter chicken i've had in Toronto. The naan was quite flat and undercooked for my liking...More
What was otherwise a perfect day out for my family was ruined by a ridiculous dinner in Maroli. I had previously visited this place in 2012 and found the food delicious. So, decided to bring a friend along, after a tiring day in downtown. Walked...More
We are delighted to hear that you had enjoyed the previous visit with us in 2012. and truly apologize for not meeting your expectation on the this visit.We are committed to provide our customer with authenticity and consistency. here by we would like to invite...More
The restaurant is intimate and both the owner and staff a delight. The flavours and tastes are out of this world! This is not your average Indian restaurant fare but so much more. We visit every time we're in Toronto. It's a must!
Food is quite tasty, the mix of spices and coconut is a nice change in curries. However, value for money is poor. Meat and fish dishes are laden with onions and spices and very little meat or fish. Dishes are very expensive for what you're...More
Tried the Malabari Syrian Beef and Mutton Stew. The beef was really delicious but very lttle meat. Mutton had only bones. However, if this restaurant wants repeat customers they should not charge so much for so little in terms of quantity. Rice was $3 for...More
This place is terrible. I have lived in Kerala and I can assure you that the food is not authentic. Worse still, I had a stomach upset after eating here. The worst place I tried in Toronto. I went there reading all the positive reviews...More
Low key and inexpensive, we had a nice meal post-movie at Hot Docs. Don't miss the butter chicken, it met its billing as the best in Toronto.