House of India's curries, kormas, and kabobs are very good, but the restaurant's well-priced, all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is unsurpassed. All the favorites are on display, including tandoori chicken, naan, various meat and vegetarian curries, as well as rice and dal (lentils). This place isn't fancy and could use a good scrub-down (in fact, I've heard it described as a "greasy spoon"), but the service is excellent and the food is good enough to keep you from staring at your surroundings.
- © Frommer's 2013
User Reviews for House of India
Sadly, House of India has closed. I enjoyed it since the mid-70s. Rents had doubled; food was still good, but pleasing the customer was not a priority. My favorite Indian lunch buffet...
- posted on 06.27.12
- by David305
Authentic, friendly, and delicious!
I hadn't eaten India food in months--since I'd been to India, and I was so impressed that I fell in love with Indian cuisine all over again. The food is very authentic and...
- posted on 04.12.12
- by Beth H
- Recommended 2009
- Recommended 2010