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Niagara Falls, Ontario Restaurants






If you look closely you can see the Indian buffet restaurant we went to in Niagara Falls called Cheetal. It was a small hole in the wall restaurant and the buffet was $12.99. I loved the naan bread and the tandoori chicken was the best I ever had. I also loved the butter chicken.  The other food was just too spicy for me. I usually love spicy food but I just couldn't handle it that day. I would give that restaurant 4 out of 5 stars!



I also ate at an Mediterranean/Thai restaurant near Clifton Hill called Thai Express Medina. The fact that it was a weird mix like that should have told me that the restaurant wasn't going to be that good. The Thai lady who served me didn't even know what the food items were called. I ordered my favorite- shawarma. I had some delicious shawarma in Seattle behind the Lenin statue and excited to eat some more. My husband had some excellent shawarma the day before in another part of Niagara so I tried a different, cheaper restaurant. The chicken was dried up and terrible! I felt like I was eating wood! The vegetables were delicious and at least I had a nice salad. My kids normally try to steal all of my food. They didn't touch my meal that time. I spent $12 for strange dried up shawarma. Only 1 out of 5 stars!!

                Oh Canada!!! Much better side of the Niagara!!!! How I love thee!! EH??????????

Clifton Hill is the Gatlinburg of the North. I am from Tennessee so that is the best way for me to describe it.

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