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The oldest and perhaps the most expensive Indian restaurant in Las Vegas, Gandhi was the winner of the Best of Las Vegas Reader's Poll in the Las Vegas Review-Journal. There are many ways to enjoy dining here. The easiest, for the inexperienced, is the lunch buffet with 18-courses including soup and salad. There are several fixed-price menus, which allow a good sampling, including dessert and beverage. A children's menu is available with less spicy selections.
Mint Indian Bistro tries to blend some Eastern philosophy into their rich and flavorful cuisine. Apart from providing a tasteful dining experience, the chef focuses on the spiritual transforming power of the food too. The menu is an ensemble of vegetarian, vegan, organic and meat dishes from the Indian subcontinent. Try the north Indian street food or the popular lunch buffet at Mint, which will prove to be a fulfilling experience. The restaurant also accepts private party bookings and catering requests. Check website for details.
Himalayan cuisine brings you varied flavors from India, Tibet and Nepal. Vegan, vegetarian and Halal options are available with many dishes. Try the Tibetan Chicken Chau Chau, the traditional Nepalese chicken curry or the all time favorite Indian Boti Saag. Saunter in at noon time and partake of the elaborate lunch buffet. You could accompany your meal with chilled lassi, which is the Indian version of sweetened yogurt with some special additions. Beer and wine are also offered.
If you are craving a meal that is fun, relaxed and full of flavor, head to Urban Turban located on Paradise Road, for an extensive Indian cuisine spread. This large and spacious restaurant, has a casual ambiance, with exposed brick walls and quirky decor that is a mix of Indian decor and includes a rickshaw! Enjoy a delectable gourmet buffet, with Indian street food, curries, tandoori, naans and lots more. Try the Pav Bhaji and the Paneer Tikka and you will surely not be disappointed.
Considered one of Las Vegas's best Indian restaurants, this place cooks up some of the best in Indian cuisine. The food has a spicy and tangy taste to it with some of the finest herbs and Indian spices used. The buffet served here is worth your every penny. The specials include lamb, chicken and vegetable tandoori, vindaloo and kormas. Food is reasonably priced to be enjoyed in a casual atmosphere. Reservations, especially during weekends, are necessary as the place tends to get a bit crowded.
This restaurant strives to present the best of Indian dining in a trendy Vegas setting. Their website says "if Bollywood had a Rat Pack, this is where they'd hang." The decor uses prominent red and gold as its theme colors with a massive Buddha statue that dominates the space. The food is authentic Indian with a modern flair and the kitchen presents a huge lunch buffet. The Tandoor (clay oven) is the highlighted cooking utensil, where naan, chicken Tikka, fish Tandoori and Masala dishes are some of the best in the entire state of Nevada.
Winner of the award for Best Indian Restaurant in Las Vegas, India Oven boasts a large menu of fine food and wine. India Oven is located only a block from the strip, making it the perfect choice for Indian food during a day of shopping and gambling. The selection ranges from naan, curry, chicken, tandoori dishes, and vegetarian plates. All the spices are imported from India as are the beer and wine.
The huge buffets offered in Vegas casinos have their appeal, but Mount Everest India's Cuisine offers a different kind of buffet atmosphere. The restaurant is cozy, featuring elegant place settings and dark curtains to keep the harsh Vegas sun out. Saag paneer, butter chicken, samosas, and other Indian specialties are on the menu. Come for the lunch buffet and sample everything. Whatever you do, definitely enjoy your meal with a side of garlic naan.