we visited indian oven and were so happy with food and atmosphere.is is good choice they moved on mainstreet.good luck.having the same restaurant at gas station was terrible. because of no proper sanitation.how u can cook,prep,wash dishes in 12 x 12 area.
My wife and I first went to this restaurant when it was still located on 10th North, about 3 years ago. It was an instant favorite. Perfectly seasonend food and friendly service. Then they moved to a new location on main street. We noticed the food quality declined after a few months, so we stopped going. Then we noticed the old location on 1000 North opened back up under the new name of Tandoori Oven. We checked it out and the great flavors and service are back. Turns out the partnership didn't work out at the new location so they split, remodeled and reopened the old location. If the Indian Oven was the only Indian resturant in Logan I would have given it a higher rating, but with the Tandoori Oven so close by it can't compete in the food department.
Having been to many Indian restaurants in different states, I didn't find the Indian Oven as good as described by some. The Lassis were delicious! We ordered a couple of different chicken dishes, and one of them was uncooked. The Service was just awful, no one seemed to care.
I've never had a bad experience at Indian Oven. I think they have the best naan of any Indian Restaurant I've ever been to. I used to nanny for an Indian couple who cooked authentic Indian dishes and I think Indian oven was comparable to this family's cooking. The crispy things they give you before the meal are a little weird, but the entrees are wonderful. They are also the only Indian restaurant I've been to that can make their food spicy enough for my husband's pallete.
I visited the restaurant with my son and daughter-in-law, who have both visited India and love the country. They expressed that the food was not that good, and certainly not as good as some of the Indian restaurants in Provo: the dishes served us (we ordered six different main dishes) did not have their distinctive tastes, but rather seemed to have been made in the same pot. Perhaps the intent was to modify the distinctiveness to accomodate a western palate. But the name implied 'authentic'. The service was moderate: some servers were pleasant and enthusiatic, others' had an attitude of indifference. Our dinner party all felt keen disappointment, and that it was a mistake to go there.