Tasty Indian Bistro: Lunch in Delta

Diana Chan December 10, 2015 Delta, Indian, Kid Friendly, lunch, Three Beakers


It was Thanksgiving and we didn’t know where to head out for lunch, but my sister suggested Tasty Indian Bistro in Delta. Everyone describes it as the Cactus Club of Indian food. The interior is very sleek, dark and has some nice decorative pieces.


The restaurant is quite large, so there are different dining areas. Great space for large groups.


Our table near the front was made of beautiful stone with nice carvings.


Vegetable Pakora ($9) are mixed vegetable deep-fried fritters. It is served with two types of chutney for a dipping sauce. The pakora were good, but I wish they had more of a crunch on the outside.


Lamb Korma has lamb pieces cooked in a mild creamy gravy and spices. It was a tad spicy but not too intense. There was a good amount of lamb.


Palak Paneer is made of spinach and Indian cheese cooked with spices. You can’t go wrong with this dish. It’s pretty delicious and loaded with spinach. It’s one item I order in most Indian restaurants.


Butter Chicken has boneless tandoori chicken cooked with rich tomato cream gravy. Always a favourite amongst the table.


Channa Masala has chickpeas cooked in authentic spices in true Punjabi fashion.


Onion Kulcha is naan bread stuffed with spiced onions and spices and baked in a tandoor. Goes so well wit the different types of curries.


Garlic Naan is garnished naan with garlic and herbs. Very fragrant and delicious.


We got a few rice dishes on the side. Good amount of food for 6 people for lunch. We found that since the curries had a lot of flavour on their own, plain rice and regular naan are good options rather than the flavoured naans. Some people do like the added taste.


Overall, it was a great lunch with the family over Indian food. There is plenty of free parking outside and its easy to drive to.

We Rate Tasty Indian Bistro:   35rating

8295 120 Street, Delta


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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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