The Baidwan and Malhotra families have been in Colorado for more than 20 years, and in 1998 they came together in their love for cooking to open ... More
Little India Restaurant - 6th Ave
The Baidwan and Malhotra families have been in Colorado for more than 20 years, and in 1998 they came together in their love for cooking to open Little India. Since that time, the two families have been serving Denver its most authentic fine Indian cuisine in a restaurant that has quickly become an area favorite. After all, there is a reason Little India has been named "Best Indian Restaurant" and "Best Lunch Buffet" by local critics and Denver patrons for the past 11 years. The sense of authenticity is undeniably evident in Little India's atmosphere, where Indian art and music accent the 90-seat, casual dining room. Then there's the food. Chef Daljit Singh who began his career in northern India, uses only the freshest meats and ingredients and is known for mixing his own signature curry. A friendly, charming staff rounds out the dining experience at Little India, an experience that mingles exotic and simple tastes to unforgettable effect.
I am from india and good cook of indian food. The food is here is bland. Service is pathetic, atleast towards 'desis'. They want you to finish food and leave in 30 min. I invited my guests to share indian food. Utterly disappointed.
I have eaten fabulous Indian food all over the world. This place is shamefully overrated. Don't waste your time,, money or taste buds on this place. India's at Tamarac Square and India on Pearl in Wash Park both offer authentic, delicious Indian food in a much more beautiful atmosphere with more attentive service.
Can you say BLAND? No garlic taste to the naan...was more like a burned tortilla! Saag was horrible; a mint green color that indicated far too little spinach and too much yoghurt but with absolutely no subtlety of spicing.
NOTHING had any bite whatsoever. Bring your babies to this one, and you won't have to worry about what they can eat.
After calling for a reservation, we arrived to a packed restaurant and waited for our table. There are two dining rooms - actually one dining room and a sun room. The tables in the sun room are close together and not completely comfortable. I felt too involved in the conversations of the people next to us and the people sitting behind us. The service was great - friendly, kind, and efficient. We had the iced chai tea (rather like a milkshake and not like iced tea), samosa (great - a little spice but nothing too intense), chicken korma (sauce was good, all white-meat chicken), and chicken tikka masala (an intense tomato flavor.) It was a good experience, but I'm hoping this isn't the best Indian food that Denver has to offer.
I actually went to the Little India location on S. Downing and was really impressed. The atmosphere was so cute, with candles burning inside and lights on the outside patio. I recommend the chicken korma and the cheese naan bread. mmmm!
Little India has a nice lunch buffet with many vegetarian and meat options. I particularly like their saag paneer. The food has the right amount of spicy heat for me but lacks a bit in other spices. The service, especially for a lunch buffet, is very good; they pick up your plate if you go for seconds and refresh your drinks regularly.
The food is fabulous (and priced very reasonably), and the staff are always cheerful and accomodating. Mr. Malhotra really seems to care about his customers. He is usually checking with the diners to make sure everything is okay and that they have everything they need.
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