May 06, 2014

India Palace Serves Delicious Indian Classics Downtown

India Palace may dish out delicious food, but in its new location, the name becomes an unfortunate overstatement. It’s a great place to sate a South Asian craving while downtown, but for those looking for more pomp and circumstance, the original reigns supreme.

Keep reading: Cheryl Baehr's review of India Palace.

Photos by Jennifer Silverberg for the Riverfront Times.
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With the tandoori chicken, the poultry is marinated in yogurt and spices, then broiled over mesquite in a tandoor oven.
With the tandoori chicken, the poultry is marinated in yogurt and spices, then broiled over mesquite in a tandoor oven.
Outside India Palace's new downtown location.
Outside India Palace's new downtown location.
Karahi paneer brings homemade cheese cubes stir-fried with bell pepper, onion and tomato.
Karahi paneer brings homemade cheese cubes stir-fried with bell pepper, onion and tomato.
The dining room inside downtown's India Palace.
The dining room inside downtown's India Palace.
Mixed vegetables in tomato and onion sauce.
Mixed vegetables in tomato and onion sauce.
Mango lassi.
Mango lassi.
India Palace's lunch buffet.
India Palace's lunch buffet.
Garlic naan with tandoori chicken.
Garlic naan with tandoori chicken.
The dining room inside downtown's India Palace.
The dining room inside downtown's India Palace.
Basmati rice on the lunch buffet.
Basmati rice on the lunch buffet.