The Best Indian Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip
Wine and dine like royalty in Las Vegas! Taste everything from delicious 'street foods' to cuisines that are fit for a king!
In mood for some Indian food but cannot decide where to head to? Here is a list of places that will serve you everything from Pani Puri to Briyani.
1. Gandhi Indian Cuisine
Deriving its name from the Father of the Nation, Gandhi cuisine does not let the name down! This is the perfect place for just about anybody who is looking to get a good hearty meal of authentic Indian food that tastes as great as it looks.
Starters and appetizers will introduce you to soups, salads and Indian snack items such as pakoras and samosas. These are filled with both vegetarian and non-veg delicacies. The seafood centers on prawn-based dishes and lacks variety. What you need to be trying is the Thalis on offer. These are complete menus in themselves with the starters and mains presented beautifully in a large plate that mixes the color, aroma and taste of the foods. Try the Bombay Thali if it is meat-based dishes you are after, and if you are in the mood for vegetarian food, make sure you order the Gandhi Thali.
A good Indian meal is incomplete without desserts. Go for the classics such as Gulab Jamun (medium-sized cottage cheese balls dipped in flavorsome syrup) and Gajar Halwa (a carrot-based dessert garnished with nuts and seasonal fruits), and you will not be disappointed.
Located at 4080 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89169, Gandhi Indian Cuisine remains open from 11am to 10.30pm every day, with a special lunch buffet served from 11am to 2:30pm. Contact them at 702 734 0094 and check out their website http://www.gandhicuisine.com/.
2. Urban Turban
Delicious North Indian food with Punjabi flavor brims right from the restaurant’s name to their mouthwatering food and exhaustive wine list. The menu is divided between vegetarian dishes and those for meat lovers. There is also an interesting Sharing Plate, so you can try a whole lot of delicious foods with your family and friends in tow.
You HAVE to try out the Bombay Fish Fry, which has been marinated deliciously with coconut and cilantro chutney and shallow-fried to perfection. Also, any trip to a North Indian restaurant without trying Butter Chicken is an absolute crime.
Urban Turban has a buffet ready for you daily from 11am to 3pm, and the happy hour starts from 4pm and lasts for the next three hours. Drop by at 3900 Paradise Rd Suite G, Las Vegas, NV 89169 and taste what they have to offer. You can also check their website at http://www.urbanturbanlv.com/.
3. Tamba Indian Cuisine and Lounge
Tamba is one of those restaurants that just gets better with time. Having won multiple recognitions over the years, they have not changed what it is that they are primarily known for; excellent Indian food.
There is a lot on the menu, regardless of what palate you are after, so vegetarians, vegans, and meat lovers alike won’t have anything to complain about. This writer suggests trying out their Chicken Korma, which brings out the lovely taste and aromas you find in the houses of Bengal on special festivals and occasions. Go for the Jhinga Masala with Tamarind, if you intend to try shrimp like never before.
You can visit http://tambalounge.com/ to make a reservation or call them at 702 798 7889. Opening hours are from 11am to 2:45pm and 6pm to 10:45pm from Monday to Sunday.
4. Bombay Indian Cuisine
Don’t go just by the name. Bombay, a North Indian city, serves more than just North Indian food. The name is taken from the city that is currently known as Mumbai. However, Bombay in its heyday was known to be the place where people flocked to from all over India in pursuit of their dreams.
Similarly, flock to Bombay Indian cuisine if you want to get a taste of food from all over India. Be it South Indian dishes, Gujrati delicacies, or Punjabi cuisine, Bombay Indian cuisine has them all in store. I would recommend going for the Bombay Mix Grill to get a taste of the various meats on offer. You should also try the Fish Tikka which is superbly marinated with exotic herbs and organic yoghurt and broiled to perfection.
Bombay Indian Cuisine is situated at 3049 Las Vegas Blvd and can be reached at 702 240 6363. You can also order online from http://bombayindiancuisinelasvegas.com/
5. Origin India
Come here for more than just the food. With lovely décor and ambience and food presented in an artistic manner, Origin India will be a memorable trip for you.
Try their lovely biryani set, which comes in both vegetarian and non-veg option and is heavenly! Also a special mention needs to be made of the Murgh Chilli Milli Kebab—that is chicken tikka marinated in exotic Arab and Indian herbs and spices that will leave you out of breath and wanting more.
Origin India is located in 4480 Paradise Road #1200 Las Vegas and you can reach them at 702 735 6363. You can also check out their website here http://www.originindiarestaurant.com/
Words do not do justice to the pleasing feeling you will get after eating authentic, quality Indian food. Go have some right now!
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