Origin India Restaurant
4480 Paradise Rd Ste 1200, Las Vegas, NV 89169
Catering Cell: (702) 505-7680
Phone: (702) 735-6363
Phone: (702) 517-5293
Fax: (702) 735-6363
Origin India Restaurant and Bar
Origin India Restaurant & Bar
Origin India Las Vegas
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Indian, Middle Eastern
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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We went there based on the reviews, but what a mistake that was. It took them 20 mins to acknowledge our presence in their restaurant and they weren't even busy. The food was cold and didn't taste anything like good Indian food, we ordered from the menu but there was not much choice in the buffet either. The restaurant itself was clean, that's the only reason I thought they deserve a star!
12/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
worst hotel I have even been in Las Vegas. Service is very very bad.. and food is sick.. I dont know how am seeing some good reviews about this hotel.. I went based on these reviews and got cheated...I went for buffet lunch on last saturday.. there was very little crowd.. I sensed something wrong.. but dont want to go back after going till there... very less number of items for buffet... and it was sick... we have wasted our money.. few Items never try are Mango Lassi... Desserts.. they have a week back Watermelon for dessert... Mango lassi was stinking.. when we askend them, the response was very rude.. and the answer from them was what's wrong??? when whe said everything.. they said.. is it.. and went.. people please give correct reviews....
03/04/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Origin India is the best ethnic food in town regardless of what cuisines you are looking for. It's also, of course, the best Indian. No boring menu of traditional stuff you get at all the other places. Chef Kuldeep Singh is recently new here from London (where they know how to cook Indian food!) and does just brilliant stuff. My sister in law is from Delhi originally and we took her there and she says he does rogan josh better than anywhere she's had outside of India or UK. That is saying something. They have gotten a lot of press lately for the chef and the restaurant in general and the chef just cooked at the James Beard House in New York which is something reserved for only the best in the US. I have also tried the buffet and don't usuall like buffets but this one was ok I thought especially if you need a curry fix and only have about 25 minutes for lunch which is often the case. They have a Facebook page that I belong to and they give out discounts, deals and special offers frequently.
02/26/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We have dined at Origin India twice now and were blown away by our experience. Kind, knowledgable servers helped make suggestions on food...We have loved it all, but highly recommend the chicken makhani and the garlic shrimp. They have an amazing mixologist who created unique martinis and after-dinner drinks. Lovely ambiance, reasonable prices....BEST INDIAN RESTAURANT EVER!
02/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Cold, greasy onion bhaji, gritty coconut chutney, lumpy rice and cold chicken curry are only a few of the treats we encountered on the lunch buffet at Origin India on Paradise road. There was also lukewarm lentil soup and some hockey-puck appetizer. A friend of mine had suggested we check out the lunch buffet at this highly decorated Indian restaurant.
The beautifully lit dining room set with linens looked good as we entered. But things were not what they seemed. The wooden floor was covered with stains, and the legs of the chairs were very dirty. It turns out Chutneys had been around for a while. The owners of the Indian operation didn't bother to clean up the mess made by the burger and chicken-fried steak from the kids seating next to us. That was my first warning.
My second warning was the buffet line. I should have walked away from the restaurant when I saw this monstrosity. The Formica on the pillars was held in place with dirty tape. A filthy orange extension cord snaked across the floor and disappeared into the top of the steam table. The stainless-steel compartments and the food contained in them were barely warm, except for one, which was at a full boil. If you reached too far into the spinach, you could feel that food sticking to the bottom of the pan.
I can't believe I actually paid almost 20 dollars to sample this food. What was I thinking?
12/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We were recently visiting Las Vegas. My wife and I are Indians and have a weakness for Indian food. We tried this restaurant after trying a couple of other Indian restaurants in Las Vegas. I looked through their website and seeing that the owner was from Kashmir was expecting authentic north-indian Non-veg food. We ordered Chicken Biryani (something that is usually made well in North India) , Delhi-Style chicken and some naan. We were disappointed with both the dishes. Usually in India, restaurants owned by muslims make real delicious Biryanis. It is their specialty. But their biryani tasted as if it was made by some Chennai chef (i.e. someone who has had minimal exposure to north-indian cuisine).
We specifically asked the waiter to make it Indian style (i.e. be generous in using spices) because we did not want the ""americanized"" Indian food.
The service was disappointing too. Twice, I requested for ""raw-oninons"" and ""raw-green chillies"" (it is a common practice among north-indians to have them with their meals) and both the times the waiter said that they were on their way and it never showed up.
On the bright side, the decor was nice and the ambiance was good too. I was pleasantly surprised to find their restroom quite clean (something that we do not find so often in a Indian restaurant).
Clearly the best Indian food in Las Vegas. Not like some other INdian restaurants, this place is a true restaurant. Nice chairs, tables, servers in nice attire and ties, great lighting. Upscale but not pretentious. The owner, Mr. Raja, is one of the best guys in the town at making you feel like family when you come to dinner. And the food is just better than any Indian food we've ever had. It's presented in a sophisticated fashion but still has all the Indian spices and flavors you'd want. We go at least once a week!
07/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My fiancé and I went to Origin India for my twenty-fifth birthday and it was definitely the best place for a romantic and unforgettable experience. I had an impeccable dining experience with exquisite and artistic presentation in an inviting and vibrant atmosphere. Origin India’s stylish modern décor offers a complete setting for any occasion. The food was delectable! They had impeccable service with innovative takes on traditional Indian cuisine. For our appetizer, we had the Grilled Canadian Rock Lobster and Shoulder of Lamb Seekh Kebab. They were both fantastic! For our entrées we had the Home Style Chicken Curry which was by far the curry I have ever had! My fiancé ordered the Moulard Duck Leg Confit and he loved it so much that he ate everything on his plate. With every course we became more impressed with the food, both in taste and presentation. I would definitely recommend to anyone who enjoys traditional Indian dishes.
02/14/2009Provided by Citysearch -
All three times the food has been quite good but the service was extremely disappointing. Not sure if the waiter was unable to handle his tables or if a table of 2 wasn't as important as a larger party; whatever the problem it was almost comically repeated each time. It seemed to take forever to get refills or anything else compared to the larger table which on one night got three rounds of beers before we were able to get our drinks. The main course came out before the appetizer and they even tried to clean and reset our table while we were sitting there waiting 20 minutes for the waiter to bring the bill. And last but not least the waiter had the nerve to ask for my 17 year old daughter's myspace page right in front of me!!! Not something that is quite appropriate to do in front of a Father especially when the girl is under 18.