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Thanks to all for assisting in my other thread. A co-worker of mine was mentioning today that he's headed to Vegas this weekend with his vegetarian MIL -- she loves Indian food and was wondering if there is an Indian food buffet anywhere in Vegas?

I'd heard of sit down places like Origin India etc., but a buffet? Thanks!

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  1. I've been to the tamba buffet twice, its on the strip & they have a lunch buffet.

    1. Bollywood Grill on W. Sahara has a lunch buffet. Haven't tried it yet so can't vouch for it though. Some info here http://lasvegasfoodadventures.wordpre...

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      1. re: kathyvegas

        I've eaten a couple of times at the Bollywood Grill buffet and found it fairly decent, as buffets go ...(not a big Indian buffet fan; my favorite dishes usually are on the menu and not the buffet). It had a wider selection than most, and fresh vegetables.....However, last time I ate there was over six months ago......

      2. India Palace has a lunch buffet, not dinner. They are on Twain Ave. between Paradise and Maryland Pkwy. They just remodeled and it looks much nicer inside. The surrounding neighborhood is not all that nice though but I've always enjoyed the food.

        1. Janet has written about Sai Indian Curry here and it remodeled this year. It still isn't fancy, but it has a lunch buffet and many vegetarian options in it. Your co-worker's MIL might not have ever had dosas, idly, and other vegetarian treats of Southern India.

          Here's the link to Janet's review: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/652168

          5006 S Maryland Pkwy
          Las Vegas, NV 89119
          (702) 739-0968

          1. Two other options: India's Grill (222 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas - (702) 880-8893)-- our new favorite, closed on Monday-- and there is Mt. Everest (3641 W Sahara Ave
            Las Vegas, NV 89102 (702) 892-0950) which is the newest around and closer to the strip. India's Grill is only $6.99 for lunch, and as I said, it is where we have been going to get our Indian fix. I recommend it highly, especially because they keep it a bit spicy. However, we have had the buffet at Mt. Everest twice and been pleased.

            1. Origin India introduced a buffet lunch recently.

              1. Yep, Namaste has become the new "it" place for Indian food here in Vegas! The lunch buffet is quite good, but the dinner menu is even better... And it's not expensive at all.

                1. Btw, Namaste is at Commercial Center & Sahara (just east of The Strip). The "mega strip mall" is funky and you'll likely find a LONG line outside Lotus of Siam (yes, THAT one!), but Namaste is nearby and the trip there is very much worth it.