Origin India in Las Vegas serves a dynamic menu of modern Indian cuisine. Its seasonal menu created by Executive Chef Vinod Ahuja changes to reflect the use of fresh ingredients. Guests can try the fish begum behar (swai dipped in a lemon flavored rice and flour served with a mint-tamarind chutney), the vegetable samosas (seasoned potatoes and peas stuffed in a fried puff pastry or the pani puri (crispy puffed puris with black gram beans as a main course.
Origin India has a full-service bar that includes a variety of traditional and signature cocktails created by its resident mixologist. It also has an extensive wine and beer list that includes hard to find imports. Featured on Rachael Ray’s Food Network travel show “Rachael’s Vacation” and in the local press, Origin India was received the Best of Las Vegas 2009 award by Las Vegas Review-Journal Poll. It also has happy hour.
We booked through Open Table and received a confirmation. We took a taxi ($20+) to get there, only to find a note on the door that the place was closed and under new management! :(
They didn't honor our reservation.
The food was good but the Ali Gobhi came out cold.
Great food, great service! I can't wait to go back!
This is one of the best places we've eaten for Indian food. The service was impeccable. My husband had a horrible case of the hiccups and the staff was incredible with helping him overcome this annoyance. They were extremely attentive to us. Back to the food, it'll be one of the best Indian meals you'll ever have.
This was the worst food I've ever had. After ordering my starter I had found a piece of plastic in the Shish kebab and also it wasn't cooked and raw. I complained and they replaced the kebab and this time it wasn't cooked either and had little flavour if any.
My friends curry was milder than a cormar as we had asked for something spicy. The kingfisher lager was definitely off as I've had this drink in many Indian Restuarent's and it tasted disgusting.
Unbelievable service and no opolgies. Bad night, bad dinner and awful service. And we were really looking forward to this.
And what I don't understand is that it scored very heavily with open table. The number 1 indian in Vegas. That's why we booked the restuarent. If any body wants an authentic Indian I strongly advice them not to book here.
Restaurant was highly recommended and we went out of our way to get there on a drive from St. George to the West Coast. Since we have been to Vegas before and never to this restaurant we thought it would be a great pitstop. It did not disappoint. I had a great chicken and lamb dish and I wish we could've took the leftovers along with us. Would definitely recommend to others as the food was cooked very well and the spices were perfect. This is also a great lunch spot if you can't make it there for dinner. Highly recommend if you want to go somewhere off the strip.
We had the lunch buffet. Some of the food was really tasty, others were a little bland or dry. Still enjoyed my meal, it just could have been even better.
We asked for our food to be prepared mild. All 3 dishes were very spicy.
We love coming to Origin India every time we come to Vegas. Everything is always outstading!