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Delhi Indian Cuisine

Delhi Indian Cuisine is one of the many restaurants located near UNLV.  It may look small from the outside, but its spacious inside!  Theres a whole area dedicated to their lunch buffet which is open daily from 11am to 3pm.  We didn't get the chance to eat at Delhi's buffet, so we just ordered from their restaurant menu.

For our appetizer we had the Nepali Momos- made from a thin dough skin stuffed with fine chopped vegetables and steamed and served with special momo sauce. These dumplings are native to Nepal, similar to other Asian dumplings, but its dipping sauce (chutney) is what makes them unique!



This is the Tandoori Chicken- half spring chicken marinated overnight with yogurt, herbs and spices then finished in a clay oven served with mint and tamarind chutneys.  This chicken is flavored nicely and a finishing touch of adding a lime all over it is to die for:


Being the curry lover that I am, I ordered the Authentic Chicken Curry- a traditional north Indian chicken curry cooked in spicy flavorful sauce.  I wish I had the guts to eat it really spicy, but I can't stomach it:


Delhi is a great place for casual dining and I just love how spacious it is!  I look forward to eating here during buffet time.

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