TORONTO — Indian street-food concept Chaska is opening its fourth GTA location March 9 at 218 Adelaide St. W. in Toronto.
The new restaurant will be open until 3 a.m. on Thursdays and until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
From Sunday to Wednesday the restaurant will be open until midnight.
“We’re looking forward to giving more people in Toronto the opportunity to enjoy Indian food the way it’s supposed to taste,” says Naveen Seth, CEO of Chaska.
The smaller restaurant will feature 22 seats for dining in, a takeout window and an open-concept kitchen.
The menu boasts Indian street-food staples such as, chicken tikka kathi rolls ($8.99), lamb seekh kebab rice bowl ($11.99), paneer tikka rice bowl ($9.99) and bhalla papdi chaat ($7.99).
Chaska sources its products from farmers and suppliers who raise and prepare foods with care and responsibility. Its meats are halal and raised without the use of hormones.
“We know a great meal starts with the best ingredients. The passion we put into our recipes starts with a commitment to simple and fresh ingredients,” says Seth. “The freshness and flavours you experience at Chaska are a reflection of our high standards and unwavering commitment to quality.”