Elegant atmosphere,great ambiance.....
I have brought 4 people here that had never tried Indian food and they each loved it and have since asked me to go back with them.Everything was delicious.Absolutely loved it.
I went with 2 other friends on 7/27/2011. I was quite skeptical about the restaurant based on numerous negative reviews. I had purchased a $30 Groupon, so I decided to go ahead and try it. Here is the summary of my thoughts:
In India, we have 2 kind of restaurants. One is classic mom and pop outfit called DHABA and the other is typical restaurant with expensive decor and table settings.
The food at a Dhaba is almost like home made food from your mom's kitchen. It is delicious, healthier (less floating fat), fresh from the farm, and inexpensive. We have excellent dhabas, good dhabas, average dhabas, mediocre dhabas and bad dhabas in India,
The food at a typical restaurant is also delicious but they add too much fat, cream and other stuff to make it look better. They serve the food in an elegant manner to make it look appetizing. The price is usually higher than Dhaba food.
I prefer the Dhaba food.
India House provides an average Dhaba food at an expensive restaurant price. Perhaps they stay in business due to the lunch buffet crowd and they overprice the dinner menu knowing that not many customers are going to take the bait. I don't want to comment on the service as the waitress was brand new and knew very little about the items on the menu.
Waiter very nice, manger very, very rude. Manager bumped into my wife's chair - did not even acknolege she did it...let alone apologize. Actually scolded another waitress while standing in front of her table. I thought the food was very bland, for Indian food. Would go out of my way to NOT eat there again.
Restaurant??? The quality of food is terrible, fast food level. Disorganized. I could not use my coupon for a discount because there was no manager in the restaurant. When you decide to go to this place call first to find out if there is somebody to take care of you, otherwise you'll be dissapointed for the rest of the day.
We came to Denver to see the Bengals play the Broncos, but had our best victory eating the finest quality Indian food that we've ever tasted. So, for all you fellow travelers, that like really good Indian food, check out this nice little Indian restaurant the next time you're in Denver. But don't wait for Christmas Day, their food is excellent.
We have eaten Indian food in London, NY, San Fransisco, Houston and this is the best we have found. The tandoori chicken was fork tender and they have a very nice wine list that is moderately priced. It is lovely setting too.
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