$13 for $26 Worth of Indian Cuisine at India Palace

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In a Nutshell

  • Traditional Indian cuisine
  • Upscale, contemporary environment
  • Located near UNLV campus

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 22nd, 2011. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for lunch buffet or on major holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Indian subcontinent is a giant piece of naan that drifted slowly through the ocean before slamming its flavors into Eurasia. Align your face's tectonic plates to give the continent a nibble in return with today's Groupon: for $13, you get $26 worth of Indian cuisine at India Palace, located just north of the UNLV campus.

India Palace delights diners with a menu of authentic northern and southern Indian fare. Train your fork tines on a dish of chicken tikka masala, chicken marinated in yogurt and flavorful spices and served up in a creamy tomato sauce ($14.95). Lamb sagwala combines creamy seasoned spinach with herbs and boneless lamb ($15.95), a meaty temptation coveted around the globe by carnivores and boneless shepherds. The slate of southern Indian staples includes uthappam topped with chili and thinly sliced onions ($10.95) or served with chili and a garden of tomatoes, peas, carrots, and onions ($10.95).

India Palace

Dijon and orange walls evoke the sky at dusk. Heavy honey-hued drapes flow down the windows. The remodeling is finished, and after 11 years in business, owners Surjit Heera and Devinder Singh couldn't be happier: India Palace's decor now truly parallels the warm earthiness of a menu of north and south Indian recipes steeped in spices and broiled over smoldering mesquite. Lacquered brown tables groan beneath tandoori dishes, which eagerly unleash clouds of fragrance after long stints in clay ovens. Sinking slowly into a burgundy chair, patrons question waiters about India Palace's catering services, which delight guests and save hosts from deciding which wine goes with which cut of piñata.


Reviews

Overall, India Palace served up some good Indian food. In general, I love the intense spices used in Indian cooking, and you definitely get it here.

Teri C., Yelp, 8/19/09

The dishes were very tasty, and had a fresh and flavorful quality to them.

Antonius, Citysearch, 6/21/09

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90% of 454 customers

  • “Good Service...it wasn't like other restaurants where they find out you have a groupon, they turn their service down..this place served me very well knowing that I...”

    “Good Service...it wasn't like other restaurants where they find out you have a groupon, they turn their service down..this place served me very well knowing that I had a groupon...overall, very good food...”

  • “Great service and great food; highly recommended!”

  • “Everything is excellent here, food is authentic and probably the best Indian in Vegas!!”

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