4080 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8916936.115161 -115.152727
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Excellent Indian Food – This is one of the best Indian restaurants in Las Vegas, and I have tried them all. Great service, great buffet. Traditional Indian food done right!
Lunch Buffet is Fantastic! – I love this place - especially for their lunch buffet. I crave it all the time now. They have a good variety of various Indian foods and, for the person not used to Indian food, there is a salad section and rice and things of that nature to ease the transition ;-). I fill myself up to the brim every time I go. I have never had any bad digestive issues from eating here (although being horribly full is not such a great feeling!). Everything I've ever ate there has been yummy. I have tried other Indian lunch buffets elsewhere and nothing has come close to comparing to their food. It has lots of seating, and I've never had to wait for a seat. The only thing that I don't like about the place is, since they are so popular they keep raising their lunch buffet price. It used to be 9.99 less than 2 years ago and now it's 12.99 (and I've never seen a lunch buffet coupon). I can't afford to go to it as often, which is too bad. But I still love the place and recommend it to as many people as I can.
Verity of north and South Indian Food – I have been Vegas for 6 times and every time i eat atleast once in Gandhi's. Food is Good, Specially you get verity of Food for Either North Indian or South Indian Snack like Idli or Wada in buffet Yes Buffet.
Pretty good by Vegas' tandoori standards... – If you're from some other metropolitan area of the west coast, chances are you're disappointed in general with the lack of a top notch quality Indian restaurant in all of Vegas. Tamba and Ghandi's are the two best tandoori joints here in town. That's not wxactly high praise, but it will just have to do.
unauthentic, bland...save your money – Service was okay however, the food was below average. The sauces seemed watered down and lacked flavor. Also, rice is not included with the meal which is somewhat untraditional for authentic indian restaurants. I've been to much less expensive Indian places that offer much better quality food and more generous portions. Also, it had a very loud atmosphere and was somewhat uninviting.
Not Good Food – I have been eating Indian for years and am from Vancouver Canada where there is some of the best Indian food around. I even cook it myself from scratch. I was very disappointed with the food here. The Chicken Tikka Masala was SUPER salty and not creamy tasting at all...just super fatty tasting. The other dishes were dripping in oil and the pakora's were all dough and hardly any veggies. The pilau rice was just basmati rice with some peas thrown on top. Definately would not eat here again.
One of the Best Indian – I like to check out the local places, and Gandhi has been on my list for a while. It's not that much to look at, but the food was fantastic. The kind of food that just sticks to your stomach. The service and hospitality was great as well.
Best Indian Food Off the strip – Wow, this place was great. I dont like traveling onto the strip, and this place ok. My last indian food experience was good, so why not. I enjoyed this place very much as well. Service was good, and the food was also fantastic.
Buffet not recommended. – Indian food is one of my favorite ethnic goods. We were staying nearby at the Hard Rock hotel and decided to drop in to take advantage of the bargain lunch buffet. My first impression was that the presentation was not very appetizing. Dishes were crowded together in a caravan of rolling carts. The restaurant also chose to use plastic utensils and styrofoam bowls. But most importantly, the food turned out to be disappointing. The variety was low, the salad was not fresh, and meat dishes were heavy on sauce and low on meat. The meat dishes also tasted fatty as well. I was confused because the place was pretty full with Indian families representing the majority of customers. I suspect those who dine here come for the bargain price without high expectation for the food. Dinner may better but I highly recommend you skip the lunch buffet.
Worst Buffet I have ever been to! – This is honestly the worst buffet I have ever been to, of any cuisine. I'm Indian, I know Indian food, and this restaurant is an insult to anyone goes there. I took my whole family there (none of us are picky eaters), and we couldn't believe how putrid the meat tasted, and how dirty the establishment was. I couldn't walk in the restaurant without stepping on food. Our table had TONS of food underneath it. I was afraid to put my feet down when I was eating! Please stay away! There are much better restaurants in the area. This one is just frightening.
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