Writing in Vancouver magazine way back in the early 1990s, James Barber called Ashiana's "undoubtedly the best Indian food in the city." And its northern-style classics are still earning gushing reviews. The menu and the prices haven't changed since 1992, but chef/owner Rick Takhar keeps re-inventing his food; his newest creations are found on the takeout menu. Try "Chef Rick specialties" like... more
We went to Ashiana last night, for the dinner buffet. It was good and everything was tasty. Their butter chicken was fantastic. However, we were the only ones in there over the prime dinner hour, and non-dining men kept walking in and out and staring at us as they made their way to/from "the back." Then a few of them... more
Ashiana Tandoori was our favourite Indian restaurant in Vancouver, but it closed the summer of 2012 and moved to Surrey (8072 Scott Road Surrey, BC). We haven't been there yet as it is about 25 km away according to Google maps. However, if the Surrey location is the same as the former Vancouver location, the drive would be well worth... more
I had the best meal I have ever eaten. There were three of us so we ordered different appetizers, main courses and breads. Each and every one of those was "beyond my wildest dreams". The restaurant is out of city centre, but it is definitely worth visit!
Service was excellent and very friendly.Also the prices were affordable.
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Ashiana Tandoori Restaurant & Sweets Shop offers these services: grocery store, restaurant.
Ashiana Tandoori Restaurant specializes in traditional North Indian cooking using the Tandoor clay oven. The restaurant's menu covers an extensive range of cuisine, including Punjabi, Goan, Hyderabadi and Kashmiri. Appetizers include traditional Samosas and Onion Bhajiya. The Chicken Tandoori is tender and spicy, and there is also a large selection of vegetarian dishes. Be sure to partake of... more