3743 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.106204 -115.172765
Daily 11:30pm-3:30pm; 6:30pm-11:30pm
Best experience – I am a student here in Las Vegas and one thing I miss is mom's cooking. Me and a couple of friends were touring the strip one day when we came across a strange man with a sign. We couldn't understand him very well but he constantly repeated TAMBA. We would have kept walking but he also uttered... "Indian food" Why not? It was a little tucked in a shopping center, but we found it... the place is beautiful. Everyone is so nice, and most importantly the food reminded me of home. The smell, look, and of course the taste. I just wanted to share my experience... now i come back at least a couple times a month. Don't miss out.
Not at all worth – We were around 8 guys went to this Restaurent. Before we go there, we read most of the reviews and also the hotels website. We were little happy on looking into those things.. With all the high hopes, we reached Tamba, it was a good queue and we were in line. They charged $22+tax per buffe.t Surprised a lot on this money. Hoping that food will be good.
Hotel sorrounding doesn't looks like STAR hotel or something bigger to ask for $22. Total number of items for Veg and Non-veg was not up to the mark. Not much desserts, not much varieties, and most
importantly no taste. It was a less ordinary hotel in Las Vegas.
These guys should go to Hotel Minerva located either at Atlanta or Washingon and see their Buffet.. That was a awesome food over. They have 4 to 5 rows of food from north, south, bengali everything. They provide icecreams, juice, soups, saladas and much more.. Everything is really good taste. All this is for just $13. If not, atleast visit nearby Gandhi Hotel in Las Vegas.
I strongly recommend that people please don't be fooled by seeing the websites and the colorful pictures. you will not see anything like that. All are just to attract the people. Please don't think of going over here.
Great hidden find – I made reservations for my husbands birthday to this restaurant only knowing it was Indian food and near the strip. Our group of 15 enjoyed every bit of the experience. It was only 1 block from the Bellagio right on Las Vegas Avenue and an easy walk. The table was all set up and ready when we got there. The service was great and the waitstaff helped those in our party who were not familiar with the cuisine. They even brought out a dessert with a candle for the birthday boy. The prices are great, the atmosphere is perfect. Our guests who live in Vegas can't wait to go back for a return visit. I will definitley be back again when I come back to the area. Thanks for making my husbands birthday special.
very decent Indian food – Menu is the typical Indian restaurant stuff, though they do have some south Indian dishes. The food was surprisingly good, not cuisine , mind you, but much better than the usual . Since it is very reasonably priced, it is a great deal for Vegas. Definitely recommend for everyone. Food is not as spicy as we like it, but good for western palates.
Best Memory of las Vegas – I come to Las Vegas once a year for conventions. I am a vegetarian, so it is hard to get a good meal late in the evening. Some of my colleagues have told me that they know of an Indian restaurant that has large variety of vegetarian food. I said why not. They took me to a place call Tamba Indian Cuisine, and it was great. I had a mixed vegetarian curry that i cannot really pronounce but it was delicious. This meal was the best part of my trip.
Great Place – My husband loves indian food, and since moving down to vegas, we have not found any good Indian restaurants. A friend of mine told us about this place on the strip called Tamba Indian Cuisine, and it was exactly what we were looking for. My husband has been to India several times, and he said the the food was very similar to India. Not to mention the entire place in general. Great decor and amazing service.
Something drifferent but GOOD – I am new to any type of food that is not Korean. After leaving home, I've been trying eveything. Tamba is one place that really stood out. One of my friends told me Indian food is not good; all the curry and everything. But he is wrong. There are a lot of curries, but it was really good. All colorful and vibrant. The taste, and the place in general was really great. So if you want to try something different but good, go to Tamba Indian Cuisine in Las Vegas.
Hidden Treasure – If you are even looking for this place, it might be hard to find. Tamba Indian Cuisine is a hidden treasure. Its on the strip, but tucked away in some market place. Although this place is definitely worth the trouble. The food and service is remarkable.
Great Dinner Spot – My girlfriend and I are frequent restaurant hoppers. After eating out so much, its hard to find a new place. I looked in the Best Restaurant guide and I came across Tamba Indian Cuisine. We went there, and let me tell you, this place was great. From head to toe, this place was awesome.
Dont Miss out – Dont miss out if you have a chance to eat at Tamba Indian Cuisine. I hang out with a lot of indian people and if i got a dollar for every time I heard "lets have lunch at Tamba" I wouldn't be in college right now, i'd allready be rich. If you want something good, affordable, and not to mention, make you full. try Tamba's lunch buffet. it's really good.
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