Welcome to AASTHA

Devotional

Indian Restaurant in Duncan BC

Our story - What does ‘Aastha’ Mean?

‘Aastha’ in native India means 'Faith' and Devotional stands for 'Spirituality'. At Aastha devotional, we bring to you the true spiritual essence of India in its magical form – the Authentic Indian food. The irresistible aroma of Indian spices greets you as you enter our place, a hidden gem centrally located in the heart of Duncan. Our special delicacies treats your taste buds with interesting flavours, oscillating between sweet, savory, and spicy; its textures meld creamy sauces with doughy breads and tender meat and vegetables to delicious dishes! Our wide variety of vegetarian, vegan and non-vegetarian options with taste of rich Indian flavours are designed to suit all palates. We bet you will ask for more!

Our specialities

Menu

At Aastha Devotional Indian Restaurant in Duncan BC, the emphasis is on a truly social experience and that extends beyond the fantastic shared dining menu into the relaxed, warm environment of the venue itself.

Soups

Multani Soup (G/F)

$4.50
Lentil based soup with add chicken and mild spices

Tomato Soup

$4.00
Tomato based soup flavoured with spices and fresh cilantro

Dal Soup (G/F)

$4.00
Lentil based soup

Main courses

Matar Paneer

$13.50
Fresh green peas with cottage cheese cooked with onion ginger tomatoes, ginger and garlic based gravy

Butter Chicken

$14.99
Grilled boneless chicken breast cooked in tomato sauce, butter, cream blend of spices

Paneer Chilli Garlic

$14.50
Coated and fried cottage cheese cubes and toasted with peppers

Goat Curry

$15.50
Goat with bone pieces cooked with Indian traditional style

Desserts

Gulab Jamun

$3.50
Indian milk ball soak in a honey syrup, served hot

Rice Pudding

$3.00
Cooked in milk, cardamom & pistachios

Kesar Rasmalai

$4.75
Made from cottage cheese sweetened, milk flavoured cardamom, served chilled

Mango Cheese Cake

$4.25
Light and soft - textured mango flavored cheese cake

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Had the Beef Vindaloo Indian hot, delicious! In my opinion it’s the best place in Duncan and I’ve tried them all. I could eat Indian food every day, so pleased this place is so close to my home!

letekoe

Customer

The best Indian cuisine our family has tried, from Nanaimo to Victoria by far!.. Food is great along with the friendly staff. If you’re a fan of curry, it is a must to visit this place.

Ashley Provenal

Customer

The best Indian food by so far ! Flavors of spices were perfect, Authentication at it best, Exceptional service, Staff was very friendly, Its the place I like visit everyday to eat.

Kewal Krishan

Customer