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Royal India Bistro
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3700 W Flamingo Rd Las Vegas, NV 89103
3700 West Flamingo RoadUSNevadaLas Vegas89103
(702) 777-2277royalindiavegas.com
$$Indian Restaurant, Bar
Indian Restaurant
Bar
Buffet Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Seafood
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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ROYAL INDIA BISTRO formally known as GAYLORD INDIA RESTAURANT, has come back to Las Vegas to offer the same authentic North Indian cuisine in an updated and newly constructed restaurant. Award Winning Restauranteur, Harjit Singh, has brought his best to Las Vegas. With the Success of Indian Delhi Palace (opened 1985 in Phoenix, AZ), India Masala, Curry India Bistro (opened 2012 in Diamond Bar, CA) and India Masala Bar & Grill, now it is time for Vegas to spice up it's dining experience. Every dish is individually prepared to ensure freshness and quality, cooked with the freshest hand picked vegetables, and only using original spices from India, Royal India Bistro can bring that authentic Indian flavor.

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North Indian cuisine offered with bar drinks in a polished setting inside the Rio Hotel.- Google
"Went there a few years ago, and the food was great, and prices reasonable."
"You can get way better Indian food for a lot less."
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ash A
2 months ago
Went there a few years ago, and the food was great, and prices reasonable. Recently, quite the opposite. Food was stale/bland lacked flavor. Yogurt had clearly gone bad, and the entrees could have been reheated from a week ago and still tasted better. If you cant figure out the seasoning and spices, why even bother to call it Indian food? On the plus side, the Naan was acceptable, but not even close enough to redeem it as a restaurant. Don't think we'll be going back again
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Phulpreet Singh
a year ago
A Few friends and i went to this place after the Eddie Griffin show, and we really enjoyed our dinner. The server told us that this place was recently remodeled, and it had a fresh look. They had a room that overlooks the Pool area, which was neat. Our service was quick and friendly. We ordered a lot of items. I enjoyed the Tandoori items along with the Naan. My friends had some Vegetable and Chicken curries that they raved about. Would love to try this place again on my next visit.
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Edvard Holst
a year ago
Its quite pricey, the food lacks flavour and the service is decent but a bit all over the place. You can get way better Indian food for a lot less.
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J Ford
a year ago
This restaurant offers goat, which I had never had before. It was a nice looking restaurant, and service was friendly. I got the 'goat biriyani' and specifically ordered it mild. It was so spicy I couldn't finish eating it. The pieces of goat in it were not as spicy as the surrounding rice and I tried digging them out. Unfortunately the meat also contains pieces of bone, some of which were rather small. For what it's worth, my wife got the 'non-vegetarian dinner' and really enjoyed it a lot. When I mentioned the spice issue to the staff they did discount the bill. The prices were about what you see elsewhere on the Strip.
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Yiu Yu Ho
2 years ago
This is a Gordon's Hell Kitchen experience. I came out of this place felt like I was robbed. For over $40 USD per head, we had less than average food (with no favors) and clueless service (they at least got the bill right, though). If you don't believe what I am about to say, just go there and see that the restaurant is 95% empty for dinner, and, even better, go in and have dinner and experience it yourself (be sure to share =)). We made a reservation for dinner on a Saturday of May 2013, thinking the restaurant will be crowded because its Vegas. We checked out the menu before hand, and saw that they have fairly expensive offering - main courses for $25+, vegetarian dishes for $15+, so we had reasonable expectations of a decent meal. When we arrived at 6:30pm, we see that the restaurant is basically empty. There's only one other table. I felt something was wrong, but then I thought may be it's too early for Vegas and people are not coming in yet (I was wrong!). I was debating the Okra vs. Veg. Biryani, so I asked the waitress what kind of vegetables they have in the Biryani. She said "peas". So, rice and peas for $19.00? What? Is that even a meal? OK, so we ordered the Paneer for Appetizer, Okra and Lamb Curry as main courses, and Nan and rice (which is also rice and peas, but for $9.00). The paneer came, and I know we shouldn't have come. It was basically dry and have very little favor. It tasted more like paper than cheese. When the waitress came with our main course, she blatantly commented that she has no idea who ordered which dish. Well, you could have handled that by saying "Lamb?". Obviously its her first day. Though I have to admit she doesn't have many customers to practice her skills. The Okra was extremely sour. I tried very hard to eat as much as I can as we don't have time for another meal due to a scheduled evening show. I think I ate may be 1/3 of the Okra. It was so sour and dry that I can't figure out whether they are rotten for months or someone had washed their feet with the Okra. Then, I tried some of the Lamb Curry from my wife's dish. The meat tasted more like goo, and the source is more like a puree than a curry, it's just the wrong thing. And, for $26 USD you get a small bowl may be 10cm in diameter (not that we would want any more than what we got). The rice was below average (couldn't taste too much of it because of the sour Okra). The Nan was OK, and its the only thing they didn't mess up. In the middle of dinner, another waitress came by with beer and asked if we had ordered beer. We did not - there are like three tables at that time, how can you possibly mess that up? Getting the check was really slow too, but I don't care too much about that. The final bill + tips was over $80.00, which is the most expensive meal we had in Vegas until that point, and the worst we've had in many years. It's simply worse than some of the very average Indian cuisine you can find in California. (We had a $130+ meal the next day at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant which is reasonably worth it). Finally, I have to say this place fits exactly into the definition of Gordon Ramsey's Hell's Kitchen - highly over priced, clueless front of house, food lack of favor, and above all, no customers and hemorrhaging cash. If they don't get a major Ramsey make over, these guys are just going to continue to burn money and close up. Don't go here!
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Venkat Rao
3 weeks ago