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loved it!. Food was excellent. The tiki masala and the chicken makhani were fabulous. Will now be a regular customer. Medium heat was enough to warm us up and clear our heads. Service was great and friendly. Get there early, as it fi/lls up quickly, we noticed
Best Indian food in town!!!. I love there food!!! The tiki masala and chicken vindaloo is the best I've ever had. They are usually packed on the weekends, so i would advise making a reservation! I seriously love this food and go here for every special occasion with my family!!!
Great food. Love this place! Always great service and great food. Can't wait to go back.
Amazing authentic Indian food. My husband and I have been going to India's for 8 years, we are vegetarian and so have had only that side of the menu (which is vast). India's garlic naan is beautifully cooked, it comes to you freshly cooked and warm, the palak paneer is smooth rich and creamy, bengan bharta too die for, and so many other decadent and delicious items. They have a good wine list, and finishing up with a mango lassi is a must. We have never gone there and not enjoyed our meal, it can be on the expensive side for dinner we usually spend 50-65 for the two of us. Brunch however is a great deal, while there is not a lot variety everything is still very tasty and you can walk away spending around 20-25. We have had mixed service, sometimes they can be very warm and welcoming, other times depending on the server it's a rather cold reception, but we have always had prompt service and our glasses are never empty. I'm not that into overtly friendly servers anyways so it doesn't bother me too much, we go for outstanding food!
The. Best. Indian. Food. Period.. This is absolutely the best Indian food I've had anywhere. Ever. We love coming here, despite the bad service. Everything tastes home-cooked and I've never had a bad meal there. Just go expecting a wonderful meal and not so wonderful service! You will be glad you did!
Bad staff. The staff is BAD. There are many other options in this town.
Came for lunch. I wanted to treat my boyfriend for the first time and was REALLY disappointed when I saw like 4 items to chose from from the buffet. The food was good though for what they had, but I was really sad when they didn't have the blocks of cheese in the spinach dish. And only ONE desert?!! Come on :(
I read the reviews and decided to check this place out. As I entered the restaurant, the atmosphere was really nice, but the waitstaff don't have personalities. My boyfriend is not a picky eater, and was not impressed with this place. We ordered an apetizer and I was disappointed because I felt like I was eating grease over and over. The only thing I enjoyed about the meal was the Tandoori bread, and the salad which I could make at home. I ended up paying $64 for an apetizer, a glass of wine, and 2 meals. For this price, I should have taken him downtown.
I would definitely think twice before dining here.
Good service (as long as your not a woman), very good food. I am a huge fan of Indian food and was very happy with the quality of the food. However, I was absolutely treated like a 2nd class citizen when my husband and I had dinner on a Friday night, several months ago. The only members of the all-male waitstaff who even acknowledged my presence or bothered to speak to me were the busboys, and the water servers (they were clearly Latin-American). The waiters (of either Bangladeshi, Indian or Pakistani decent) only addressed my husband and the only time the waiter looked at me was to take my order. When the waiter came back late in the meal to check on how "we" were doing he asked, "How is everything, sir?" and didn't even look at me for my response. My husband was also very aware of it and we just sat there amazed, watching this bizarre, backward drama play itself out. I didn't complain and neither of us asked any of the staff about it and remained polite and cheerful so as not to disturb the ongoing weirdness. I also wanted to see if any of these men would warm up to a friendly customer. Even on the way out of the restaurant the only person that the waiter or maitre'd said thank you to ("Thank you, sir!") was my husband. At that point, I gave up and started walking out of the restaurant as the maitre'd and waitstaff crowded around my husband to thank him. I felt like I'd entered a 14-century patriarchal society (or modern-day Afghanistan) in the middle of southsuburban Denver. The finest restaurants in the United States always treat women with respect, chivalry, and dignity. I experienced the exact opposite.
Finally, really great Indian food. This is the best Indian restaurant we've been to in the Denver area. The atmosphere is very nice, the service is prompt but not in-your-face, and the food is truly spectacular. It was deeply flavorful and not simply hacked together or dumbed down like so many other ethnic restaurants. It was a delight dining here.
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