The best Las Vegas Indian restaurants
Dahl, jalfrezi and poppadoms galore with our guide to Las Vegas Indian restaurants
- Rated as: 3/5
Good northern and southern Indian cuisine, including a fine selection of vegetarian dishes, are combined at this longtime local favorite. The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is nice and spicy, and stars such dishes as chicken pakora, keema naan (stuffed bread with minced lamb) and chicken tikka masala for next to nothing.
- 4080 Paradise Road, (at E Flamingo Road)
- Rated as: 4/5
- Critics choice
Having reigned unchallenged for years, Gandhi now has some genuine competition for the title of Vegas’s best Indian eaterie. The low-lit swank of Origin India differentiates it from Vegas’s other Indian restaurants, but the pleasingly spicy food is also a class apart, with classics such as saag gosht (lamb with spinach) and a creamy chicken makhani rendered in technicolor brilliance.
- 4480 Paradise Road, (at E Harmon Avenue)
- Rated as: 4/5
Japanese firm Super Potato designed this culinary theater to complement Martin Heierling’s world cuisine, a combination of Italian and Asian influences, grilled dishes and seafood classics. Four glass-enclosed kitchens in the middle of the room provide an interactive stage: watch curries plunge into a red-hot tandoori oven on the Asian stage; spot focaccias with vacherin cheese and black truffles slipped into a wood-fire oven in the Italian corner; and see Blue Point oysters shucked in the raw section.
- Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, (at W Flamingo Road)