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Best Indian restaurants in Las Vegas
Indian restaurants in Las Vegas
You can find some of the best Indian restaurants in Las Vegas that cater authentic and delicious Indian cuisine in a perfect Vegas setting that include places like Tamba, Gandhi, Origin India, Mint, etc. Las Vegas is known for its amazing array of gaming, entertainment and shopping. In more recent years, the new Las Vegas has become known for its incredible dining scene, and is regarded by some as having the best restaurants in the world. No longer do people come to Las Vegas simply to gamble and see shows, this has truly become a dining destination location.
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Indian restaurants in Vegas
Mint Indian Bistro
730 E Flamingo Rd # 9 & 10
Las Vegas NV 89119
Mint is a full-service Indian restaurant with a contemporary twist, in the food, decor and the overall approach. Mint places great importance on the quality and freshness of every ingredient their chefs use. Simple-fresh, flavorful and colorful food that appeals to all five senses are remarkable here. Every recipe has been pain-stakingly gathered from kitchens all across South-East Asia. Mint Indian Bistro offers a unique dining experience, as exotic and enchanting as this fusion of Hindu and Buddist Cultures. From tandoor delicacies, curries and naans, to tangy chaats and crispy dosas, you can find it all!
No matter what dietary philosophy you follow, Mint has something for everyone. Mint also serves Kosher/Halal meat and gluten-free delicacies. So whether you like your curry hot, super-hot or inferno-style, they will custom-make it to your individual taste. Also, has one of largest varieties of international beers in Las Vegas and indeed the largest variety for any Indian Restaurant.
Located on 4080 Paradise Road. Las Vegas, NV 89109, Gandhi India’s Cuisine is continually voted as “one of the finest Indian restaurants in Las Vegas” year after year by local media outlets, Las Vegas reviews websites. As one of the oldest Indian restaurants in Las Vegas, they indeed keep the Indian traditional flair, while investing just as much attention in the modern appeal of the Sin City. The recent extensive renovation of their entire space, focusing on the intimate dining experience that small groups will find so special while still providing the availability of larger private rooms and spaces that can be utilized by tours and larger parties.
As the premier Las Vegas Indian restaurant, Gandhi stands alone in its attention to the delights of the senses. The rich aromas swirl through a space lavishly assembled and painstakingly perfected from the riches of the mother country. The taste of bawdy spices and complex flavors beckons the tongues of all people, from the most discriminating palate to the uninitiated and inexperienced with regards to the sheer pleasures of traditional Indian food. The rich culture of India has found a home in the heart of Las Vegas, and the concept of a Las Vegas Indian restaurant will never be the same.
Tamba Indian Cuisine
3743 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109-4352
Tamba is the first successful merging of Las Vegas night culture with Indian cuisine. Elegant and comfortable, with a sumptuous decor awash in the hue's of India's signature. Tamba is the reinvention of Indian cuisine for today's more discriminating palate. A diverse array to satisfy every passion, dietary and religious restriction can be found on their menu. The True Bombay Saphire, Tamba is an Indian gem hidden in the Hawaiian Marketplace right on the world famous Las Vegas strip. A place to relax with the signature Tambatini before dinner or to restore yourself with the whimsical Kama Sutra. With its dramatic lighting, the lounge was designed as a hipster hangout and features plush seating beneath the striking murals of international artist Farhad Elahi.
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Las Vegas Food
4480 Paradise Road #1200 Las Vegas, NV
Executive Chef Kuldeep Singh embraces the rich tradition of Indian cuisine, but creates dishes that more accurately reflect the diner’s sophisticated surroundings. The restaurant offers a full bar that includes a variety of signature cocktails created by resident mixologist, Jozef Letasi, that combine premium spirits, fresh juices and spices that compliment Chef Singh’s cuisine. Its wine list includes interesting choices from both the U.S. and abroad, while its beer list includes several hard-to-find imports including Piraat, Cantillion Rose de Gambrinus and St. Bernardu.
Widely regarded as the best Indian food in Las Vegas, Origin India was featured on Rachael Ray's Food Network travel show "Rachael's Vacation" and was also reviewed within her print publication, Every Day with Rachael Ray. Local critical acclaim has been bestowed upon Origin India Restaurant and Bar by 944 magazine, Las Vegas CityLife, Las Vegas Life, Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Weekly.
Origin India Restaurant and Bar is open seven days a week from 11:30am to 11:30pm and features a weekday Happy Hour from 5pm to 7pm where all appetizers are half-off and drinks from its signature cocktail menu are two-for-one. Find us on Facebook by clicking on the icon below and receive special offers, restaurant news and a complimentary entree on your birthday.
Gaylord India Restaurant
Located inside the Rio, Casino, Gaylord India Restaurant is a great place to enjoy some indian delicacies. India’s cuisine is a combination of subtle tastes. Flavors are as exotic as India’s people. Fragrant, pungent and warm spices from all over India are delicately blended to create the dishes we present to you. Each dish has its own distinctive flavor and aroma, thanks to the fresh spices that are prepared every day for each individual dish. The blending and preparation of fresh spices is a centuries-old, exacting craft indispensable to Indian cuisine. Dishes are rooted in the soil of northern India and are authentically prepared inside restaurant.
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