3743 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.106204 -115.172765
Daily 11:30pm-3:30pm; 6:30pm-11:30pm
Not happy – Did not like at all , the service was very very poor. I will not ever send someone to eat their. Also the Food is not that great , my chicken curry , the chicken was not even cooked.
I also asked for a glass water and it took them like 25mins too get it , and the glasses were dirty and smelly.
I would not tell any of my family or friends there.
IF YOU EVER GO TO LAS VEGAS AND HUNGRY ,STAY HUNGRY BUT DO NOT EVEN THINK OF TRYING THIS RESTRUANT.
FIRST OF ALL THEY WILL CHARGE YOU TOO MUCH BEYOND YOUR EXPECTATIONS ONCE YOU ARE IN THE RESTRUANT.
They use earlier day party left-over for buffet, (ONE OF THE COOK TOLD US THIS WHO IS NO MORE WORKING THERE)ONE OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS PLATE WE FOUND BEER CAP AND WHEN WE ASKED THE MANAGER SUNNY WAS VERY RUDE,UNFORTUNATELY ALL OF OUR FAMILY MEMBERS WILL THINK THOUSAND TIMES BEFORE GOING TO ANY OF THE INDIAN RESTRUANT
Stay Away! – This restaurant was recommended to me by the concierge at my hotel upon my request for Indian dining. To my dismay, this turned out to be THE WORST indian dining experience I've had. There's more sauce than meat served in the dishes. The curries are extra greasy with low quality fattty meat. Unfortunately, I took some colleagues with me and I was embarrassed with my choice of dining. Try Gaylord at the Rio instead because Tamba or Gandhi's (sister properties I found out) are low grade, poor quality eateries.
dont eat trace food – i try too eat indian food in this restaurent and oh thanks to my god i am healthy otherwise this food is really bad quality try gaylord and himalayn
bed food and services – we went to try our tradetional indian food but we shocked its have horrible test and really poor service i sujest try origin india
Worst Experience Ever – I am not the type of person that writes reviews, I've worked in restaurants before, so I can understand and sympathize with servers and managers when something goes wrong. My experience is one that no diner can sympathize with, and deserves to have this review written. Tamba came highly recommended by the concierge at MGM so my husband and I decided to check it out. The place looked beautiful, and the restaurant was almost completely occupied with Indians, so we knew the food had to be good. Several servers took care of us that night, a little unusual but everyone was very nice and helpful. The problems started when we attempted to order drinks. We wanted bottled water, but they could only provide sparkling bottled water (fine), we stuck with tap water. We ordered a wine; and they happened to out of it. (understandable). A second wine was ordered; and again out of it. (still understandable). After 4 or 5 attempts (unusual) of jumping back and forth with wine and beer they kept denying us, the server apologized and suggested a nice wine they did have. We denied the Indian beer because we knew it was the only one they had, of course they will say it tastes good. At this point we were a little bit annoyed. We then attempted food. I requested eggplant, and guess what; they were out of eggplant. I settled for what was suggested which was ok. Next we attempted dessert. The one i wanted to try; they were out of as well, and they were out of coffee. This was ridiculous. Despite everyone being so nice and helpful; how can you run a business if you can't provide anything? Why do they even have a menu? Might as well have a fixed menu; because it was so annoying . They had nothing we asked for all night. I've never been to any restaurant that was out of everything in their "full" bar, or out of something as little as coffee. If you go to Tamba, just have the server order for you, because you are not going to get anything you ask for. I wanted to speak to a manager and in front of me was a kid. He said his uncle owned the restaurant. I just said forget about it and we left. I guess I would expect the lack of management if i put the responsibility of my restaurant on a kid. I suggest going to the Mcdonalds next door... at least they have everything on the menu.
Expensive Restaurant – Food is expensive here ,taste is ok not great
but 50% off at TIX 4 TONIGHT makes some difference
i found the place right before u enter this restaurant where i went to buy show ticket
Or there are lot of advertisment books which have 10%
make the best use of it
its not the best Restaurant for a good INDIAN FOOD
i will never go to this restaurant
very well done – Good food, atmosphere (incl. music), price, and location on the strip. I am not an expert on Indian food --but my friends were --one from Punjab and the other from Sri Lanka. They praised the food as authentic. The waiters were pleasant, attentive but not annoying and accomodated all our requests --and we had quite a few -- changing dishes -- etc. There is a large amount of seating and we did not need a reservation, We were so impressed --we went back the next night for dinner at Tamba's. We had more than enough food for a reasonable price ($40/person) --we could have eaten our fill for $25/person. Enjoy
Please don't go !! Huge disappoitment – This restuarant is set in the Hawaiin market place in Vegas.
After a week of vegas buffets, we were hungry for indian food and went to this place with a lot of expectations. The buffet was $15, though the menu card mentioned it as $13. It turned out to be the worst indian resturant I ever went.. Here are the pros and cons.
I would better suggest Bellagio, mirage buffets for a few dollars more or even at lesser prices.
Pros - Setting and environment was good
Cons - Bad quality food , tasteless, all plastic ware - spoons, forks, side dishes . You need to clear your own plates. The waiters don't do it. The only thing that was good was the sambar rice .
Average food quality – Even in california there are Indian restaurants, you will get better quality and different variety food in just $9 / person. Food quality is not matching with the price. Customer service was good.
18.?? USD per buffet, including tax it becomes around 20USD.
So much expensive.
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