ABe M : Who would’ve figured there’s a decent Indian restaurant in Las Vegas up here in the boonies. Bon felt like Indian, so she Yelped, and Gandhi‘s came up. It’s a bit out of way from the freeway, but she wanted Indian. Located in a small business center. Plenty parking. Received kindly by the owner and seated promptly. It was after lunch hours, so no crowd. A few tables were busy. Hit the lunch buffet and really went to town. Quite a good selection to choose from. Also a few desserts. The garlic naan was delicious. The owner told us the buffet changes every day. Not bad. They also have two-three Indian beers to choose from. Very refreshing they were (ooo, Yoda!). But what really impressed me the most, the cleanliness. I went to bathroom, spotless. Dining room, spotless. and owner making sure we were taken care off. Well, at least on this occasion. So, this place was pretty good. And for the price, $12, enjoy.
Niel C– It has been a while since I found a great Indian Food place. But that search is now over. I had a place that had good food, but they underwent a management change and so did their food. Ghandi Indian Cuisine is by far the best Indian food place in Riverside. Food is good and they do not skimp out on ingredients, like some similar restaurants. Not to mention their dessert – Galum Jalub – to die for 🙂
I had the popular dish of chicken tikka marsala, but was recommended to try the chicken korma, which I also ordered. I have to say that the chicken korma might be my next favorite dish – much more flavorful than the chicken tikka marsala. I ordered a side of garlic naan as well (can’t have Indian cuisine without the naan, haha)
The bill was higher than other restaurants, but I guess it was worth it for the quality and taste of the food. They serve it the way that is described in their menu and they do not “substitute” their ingredients or pull a fast one on you. (Which is good because I like what I ordered to come out)I recommended this place!