The food was just not as good as it used to be, the waitress on staff was very unfriendly and it made the meal uncomfortable.
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A lot of people in Provo like Bombay house, but India Palace is even better! It's a little cheaper, and the food will blow you out of the water! Every time I've been the owner has been there to take care of us and it is always a great experience. Highly recommended!
I went for a good Indian meal and loved it - couldn't tell you what I got - forgot. But it was the staff that surprised me. It is family run and the owner was one of the kindest men I have ever met. There was such a good feeling exuded by the whole staff that it made me want... More
Seriously, if your friends say differently they are incorrect. It has good sized portions and we always get seated super fast. The garlic naan is incredible.
We went for dinner and got the pineapple chicken curry. It was delicious! We also got the garlic naan, which is my favorite. It has a good atmosphere and the servers are always very attentive about filling up your water. It's a great place to get a fabulous meal!
My wife and I have gone here twice for lunch and we will go again. The selection was excellent. Tika Masada was great, but they had a mango curry the last time we came which tempted us both to have seconds or thirds. They even had a fresh salad and coconut soup that was good. But this is curry heaven.
The lunch buffet is really great! And only $9.99 for a great variety of food! The owner is always so kind and hospitable and makes you feel like you're one of his favorite friends when you walk in!
A little pricey on a student budget, but it is definitely worth an occasional indulgence. I like the saag paneer and tandoori chicken especially, but I've yet to try a dish there I did not like. The lunch buffet is a fairly cheap way to sample what's on offer. Equally impressive is the service. You'll never thirst for water here... More
I came here for the lunch buffet and was pleasantly surprised. For $9.99 there was a reasonable variety of authentic indian food. The chicken korma was creamy and tasty and the mango rice to die for. Perhaps it was because I came towards the end of the buffet, but the delicious tandoori chicken could have done with being marinated for... More
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