Denver >India House Restaurant
Excellent Indian food. Whenever we visit Denver don't want to come back without a dinner from India House, very friendly and courteous staff make you feel welcome every time, food is great, prices are little high but worth it. We tried other Indian restaurants but can't beat the taste of India House.
Outstanding!.The best indian food in Denver.IThe service is top notch.I would recommend this place to all my friends.
best indian. This is one of the best Indian Places I've been too. The Saag Paneer was amazing...and the rice pudding. Highly recommend!
We are coming here for years.Always enjoy the food,service.and atmosphere
Best Indian restaurant. Excellent food, delicious drinks, and top knotch service I have been coming here for about 6 years, and it is the best Indian food I have ever found. The food is delicious no matter what you order, and the martini list is perfectly prepared. Tried to make some of the drinks at home, but to no avail. At one point, I hadn't been to India House for over a year, and when I returned, they remembered me, and offered me my regular seat. Top knotch, give it a try.
Don't be sucked in with a groupon, bad service, average food. Was craving Indian food, but was very disappointed. Noticed everyone around us using groupons. My guess is that this is the only way they have business. $16 for small chicken dish, $10 basket of bread, $12 for a beer, and very slow non-knowledgeable wait staff. A restaurant that has been around for years should not have to rely on groupons to stay in business, unless they are bad........
This is unfortunate.
This was a very disappointing experience for several reasons. First, the service was very poor. Perhaps the restaurant was short staffed. As we ordered no alcohol or appetizers, we sat waiting for over 35 minutes at an empty table with empty water glasses. The server never returned to even refill water. The food was delivered to customers in inexplicable order. People who were seated 20 minutes after our food had been ordered received their dinners first. When our order finally came it was delivered with another table's order. How odd. More importantly, the food was so very mediocre. Unauthentic - we have lived in India for years, just as an aside. We have context. Cold - inexcusable. Very, very overpriced. We did address our disappointment with staff and were told it takes 35-40 minutes to make each dish individually. However, there are several very fine Indian restaurants in the metro area that manage to cook and serve delicious Indian fare in far less time. May we recommend the following:
India's on Hampden. Very professional staff and excellent food.
Sherpa House - Golden. Very personable staff. Comfortable, authentic atmosphere and excellent food.
Namaste on Wadsworth. Wonderful, personable staff. Lovely food. Very fairly priced.
The food is not worth the price. The food was good in general, but the portions were very small and the prices very high. The bread basket which was supposed to contain three types of bread had bread which all tasted the same. The tipping point was being charged $8.00 for a regular sized beer. I would not go there again.
STAY AWAY! DISGUSTING RESTAURANT!. Ive eaten and worked at this place. I would never refer anyone here who wants indian food. Their kitchen is disgusting, cooks don't wear hair nets, dishes are never cleaned right the first time. Management and owners are money hungry people. They yell at employees in front of customers and enjoy treating their employees like slaves. STAY AWAY!
We have been to India House several times in the past. The service was never outstanding but the food made it worthwhile. However, after last nights dinner, we will not go back.
We made a reservation and called to push it later and they told us it was no problem. We arrived and were seated upstairs. After a few minutes the server took our drink order. A while later we were able to order (we were never brought the flatbreads). We were still waiting for our food and ordered a second round of drinks. The food finally arrived...but only half of it. No Nan...if you like Indian food then you know...the Nan is a big deal! I asked two people about it. After we were done eating our now cold food waiting for the Nan, the hostess finally brought us a basket with a piece of whole wheat and a piece of garlic Nan- we ordered plain. They obviously just grabbed some from the kitchen or (gross) leftover. Our second round of drinks didn't arrive until after we were done eating.
They did take $15 off our check but that was small consolation. It was a Friday night and not very busy. Cannot understand how a downtown restaurant could be run so poorly on a weekend night.
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