Surjit Heera & Devinder Singh brought new life to Las Vegas when they opened the doors of India Palace in Las Vegas eleven years ago. Today with the grand re-opening of the newely remodeled resatruant, Las Vegas residents and tourists alike, again have the opportunity to experience an amazing culinary journey within a entirely new atmosphere. India Palace presents authentic north & south indian cuisine in a contemporary environment that has generated a loyal following, including many Indian nationals and ex-patriots who like the North and South Indian specialties. A popular attraction is the daily all-you-can-eat lunch buffet, which includes traditional dishes such as tandoori chicken, lamb kabob, goat curry, Basmati rice and vegetarian items such as aloo sagg (spinach and potatoes), aloo gobi (fresh cauliflower) and lentil soup. From the menu, house favorites include seekh kabob (minced lamb broiled on skewers), lamb sagwala (lamb cooked in spinach and herbs), chicken curry, fish tandoori (marinated fish broiled over Mesquite in a tandoor) and baingan bhartha (baked eggplant with herbs and spices).
Review Highlights - “You'll swear you're vacationing in India when you taste” the “fantastic” fare at this east-of-the-Strip subcontinental presenting a “great lunch buffet and excellent dinner entrees”; “attentive service”... decor and “cheery” ambiance are boons, as are the “inexpensive” prices.
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