House on Parliament is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

1. House on Parliament

454 Parliament St. (btwn Carlton & Gerrard), Toronto, ON
Gastropub · Cabbagetown · 82 tips and reviews

Mark K.Mark Kuznicki: Have the Eggs Parliament at brunch. Spicy tomato chutney, bacon cracklings, smoked mozzarella... Get aioli for the homefries!!

Ted S.Ted Stokes: The eggs parliament is delicious... Served with home made tomato chutney sooo good and this place has the best hollandaise sauce in eastern Canada!

Rahim S.Rahim Shamji: Don't order the Thai Spring Rolls. You get four finger sized, likely previously frozen rolls, some decent chutney, and sauce for $8. Wicked waste of money.

Butter Chicken Factory is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

2. Butter Chicken Factory

556 Parliament St. (at Prospect St.), Toronto, ON
Indian Restaurant · Cabbagetown · 9 tips and reviews

Josh N.Josh Nelson: Best appetizer without fail is the aloo tikki (but get it take-out to go)...the snack gets drenched in the saunth, tamarind and coriander-mint chutney (sauce) all together on one container!

Erin V.Erin Vulpecula: Butter chicken 3 is as rich as promised! Everything I've tried so far has been perfectly prepared. The dinner for two is an awesome deal!

trey l.trey l: The eggplant bhartha is divine.

Carlos' House of Spice is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

3. Carlos' House of Spice

190 Augusta Ave. (at Denison Sq.), Toronto, ON
Gourmet Shop · Kensington Market · 8 tips and reviews

Natalia B.Natalia Bonka: Wide variety of flavoured coffee beans, loose teas, international spices like Zaatar, Sumac, Piri Piri, Currys, chilies, chutneys, beans, quinoa, mango pulp, Cassia-real Cinnamon, Desi ghee, coco oil.

Sandy K.Sandy Kemsley: Great place for spices and exotic ingredients, at good prices. Don't miss the freezer right at the checkout, where you can find shelled edamame and frozen Indian breads.

Amber C.Amber Cowie: Awesome array of spices-ancho chili, corn tortilas, white pepper. Try this place for rare ingredients.

Aunties & Uncles is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

4. Aunties & Uncles

74 Lippincott St. (College and Bathurst), Toronto, ON
Breakfast Spot · Downtown Toronto · 77 tips and reviews

MichelleMichelle: Don't miss out on the best grilled cheese sandwich ever: grilled brie with pear chutney and walnuts.

JamesJames: Fantastic and very well priced breakfast. The breakfast sandwiches are delightful. Expect to wait.

Kyo S.Kyo Song: Breakfast pocket, try it, you won't be disappointed. Loved the decor. No matter where you sit, you'll find yourself checking out stuff on the walls and on the shelves

Banh Mi Boys is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

5. Banh Mi Boys

392 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON
Sandwich Place · 183 tips and reviews

Shawty Got Low ..Shawty Got Low .: Duck Confit Banh Mi w/ onion chutney is worth the $7.99.

Jason N.Jason Nip: The fried chicken bao is a must, and the kalbi, and the pork belly, the squid and the kimchi fries....

Ian L.Ian Leung: Kimchi fries are excellent in concept and execution.

Beerbistro is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

6. Beerbistro

18 King St. E (at Yonge St.), Toronto, ON
Gastropub · 124 tips and reviews

Metro NewsMetro News: Try the Roasted Pork Knuckle, it's superb. Crackling, roasted root vegetables, smashed new potatoes and apple-cranberry sour beer chutney make it almost a Thanksgiving feast. Read more.

Karina A.Karina Abramova: Free wi-fi here!

Kyo S.Kyo Song: Great burgers! Sitting in the back looking into the kitchen isn't bad either. Great beer pairings and a nice selection of mussels. Shoestring fries are a must.

The County General is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

7. The County General

936 Queen St W (at Shaw St), Toronto, ON
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant · 77 tips and reviews

ToryBurchToryBurch: Gourmet but casual — the County General’s specialty is its fried chicken sandwich on a buttermilk biscuit with avocado chutney.

Karis M.Karis Malszecki: The KFC feeds 3 and is fun enough to be worth the $40. Cauliflower was delicious and cocktail of the day, divine.

AskMenAskMen: Typical burger joints don’t serve mouthwatering Reubens stacked high with sauerkraut, gruyere & the saltiest of country ryes. Neither do they stock bourbons that would make Boss Hogg shed a tear. Read more.

Sultan Of Samosas is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

8. Sultan Of Samosas

1677 O'Connor Drive, Toronto, ON
Indian Restaurant · 22 tips and reviews

Dominiquenotdom N.Dominiquenotdom Nomura: Mango chutney is yummy.

SyncrosSyncros: Get the green dipping saice. Spicy and delicious.

Simone S.Simone S.: You've got to try the tandoori chicken.

ROUX is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.


2790 Dundas St. W, Toronto, ON
Cajun / Creole Restaurant · 14 tips and reviews

Alison S.Alison Steeves: Their jerk chicken wrap with mango chutney and quinoa salad - DELICIOUS and recommended.

Ian I.Ian Irving: Wifi password is markland333

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Chef of India is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

10. Chef of India

30 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, ON
Indian Restaurant · 9 tips and reviews

Rob N.Rob Newman: Some of the best salads I've ever seen at an Indian buffet. And lots of vegetarian options, too. Great value, lunch and dinner.

Kyla K.Kyla Kryski: The buffet is great value.I highly recommend the butter chicken and the chicken biryani. Read more.

Katie A.Katie Andrade: I have been loyal to this place for years because their food is so delicious! Such friendly service with quality food always served warm and fresh. Can't go wrong with their butter chicken and naan!

Real Mo-Mo's is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

11. Real Mo-Mo's

51 Colborne St (Church And Wellington), Toronto, ON
Restaurant · St. Lawrence · 9 tips and reviews

Emily L.Emily L: Loved the homefries. An eclectic mix of cuisines, they really do serve Momos, as well a variety of Dutch breakfast items.

Dean L.Dean L: Dutch savoury pancakes

Monica L.Monica Lee: A variety of food from the Netherlands, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand... we went for the Dutch food such as pannenkoeken and uitsmijter. They also have high tea... interesting place

Graydon Hall Manor is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

12. Graydon Hall Manor

185 Graydon Hall Drive, Toronto, ON
Event Space · Sunnybrook - York Mills · 4 tips and reviews

Keith G.Keith Gawronski: Stunning Georgian mansion with formal gardens, fountain courtyard & 160 ft long stone terrace, for elegant weddings, social or corporate events with catering by Couture Cuisine. Read more.

Mareille M.Mareille Mol: Victor Edozien Managing Principal Of Asaba Group Holdings - Asaba Group Holdings is a holding company that utilizes its principal's strategy consulting background and extensive knowledge... Read more.

Olivia H.Olivia Ha: Beautiful naturally lit rooms for makeup applications on brides! If you're here in the summer at 7am, no need to bring lights! -olivia ha makeup&hair

Roti Cuisine of India is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

13. Roti Cuisine of India

308 Dupont St. (at Walmer Rd.), Toronto, ON
Indian Restaurant · The Annex · 17 tips and reviews

Ryan A.Ryan Alafriz: Lamb curry is not only delicious, but inexpensive! Saag paneer and malai kofta are also delicious.

Susan T.Susan Tobin: Love the butter chicken roti! Try it!

Michael C.Michael Cranston: Great food and very kind staff

Porta Via is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

14. Porta Via

5399 Eglinton Avenue West, Unit 104 (btw Renforth & Commerce), Toronto, ON
Sandwich Place · Eringate · 20 tips and reviews

David P.David Plant: Great paninis! Try the grilled chicken on olive boule or Rosemary foccaccio. Have it w/ soup. Tomato ginger w/ Cajun shrimp is nice.

Kevin G.Kevin Gonsalves: This place is a gem! In an area where there are few non-fast food options this is my go-to place for fresh, hand made lunches.

Michelle M.Michelle M: Havarti chicken on francese, simple and tasty

Auberge du Pommier is one of The 15 Best Places for Chutneys in Toronto.

15. Auberge du Pommier

4150 Yonge St., Toronto, ON
French Restaurant · 21 tips and reviews

Jeffrey S.Jeffrey Silver: Great service and truly an authentic French style restaurant. Wine list is wonderful and corkage is available for your own. Highly Recommended

EaterEater: The menu, which does include foie gras, is designed by Chef Marc St. Jacques who recently received gold at the 2013 Canadian Culinary Championships. [Eater 38 Member]

Rafaella S.Rafaella Sargi: Far from downtown Toronto. But GREAT restaurant! I loved it.