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India Oven - Authentic Cuisine of India
Indian Restaurant$$
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
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3450 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97214
3450 Southeast Belmont StreetUSOregonPortland97214
(503) 872-9687indiaovenportland.com
$$Indian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Indian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
South Asian Restaurant
Vegan Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Saturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMSunday 5–9PMMonday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMFriday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
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India Oven is an authentic Indian restaurant serving brunch, lunch, dinner and happy hour specials to the locals of Portland in the Belmont Business District. Dine-in, takeout, delivery & happy hour!
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Cheerful Indian eatery with an open kitchen features traditional dishes in a light-filled interior.- Google
"The mango lassi and the salted lemonade are great too."
"They had not bad food but worst coustomer service."
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Heather Perry
3 months ago
My favorite restaurant! I super recommend the lamb Saag!
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Nick Wirtz
a year ago
The food is really nice. Nice enough that you can almost overlook the speed (slow at best) and quality (anywhere from disinterested to downright surly) of the service-- I've been back enough to realize that it's really not "off days" but just bad service. I'd recommend it as expensive (but basically appropriately priced since it's tasty) take-out, but wouldn't suggest eating there, unless you're willing to spend an hour of your time wondering what's taking them so long to get your order or check when the place isn't busy.
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Johnny Paige
a year ago
My family and I love Indian food and this is our favorite Indian restaurant in Portland that we've tried. The owners have always been very nice and polite to us, and they have some of the best mango lassi I've had. I also love their rogan josh, aloo gobi, chicken makhanwala, saag paneer, and eggplant bhartha (although I can't say I've had a bad curry from them, and I've probably tried over half their menu). The wait's usually not bad depending on the time, which is also a big plus.
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Dechen Sherab
7 months ago
The food is absolutely delicious! Thank you!!!
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Sissy LOVE
6 months ago
Seriously hated Bad! I was there with my friend and my husband who is from Nepal. They had not bad food but worst coustomer service. He the guy looks like owner added 18% service fee on our bill stating " People from India,Nepal, Pakistan give $1 for tips" I was shocked by hearing that how cheap this guy was about money. I'm good on tipping not only I was waitress but I appreciate good service. But no way this place deserve business. You don't serve people because you love to share food taste only brcause you love $$$. Sounds mean but you should take it "racist"
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Conan Magnuson
6 months ago
Decent food. Obnoxious lighting.
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Sue Jensen
a year ago
These people have much to learn about taking care of the customer. As you walk in the door, there is a cold, empty feel about the restaurant from 'the owner'. The prices are ridiculous and the attitude is inconceivable. The food taste fine but I ordered 3 different curry dishes and none of us could tell much difference between them. I was charged $5 for a cucumber salad and that was all it was.... a small plate of cucumber. I asked for some Nan to go with dinner and was charged $4 for 1 piece. The owner/server saw that we were done eating and ready to go but just glared at us. There was only one other customer in the restaurant at 6pm which tells a lot. Finally my boyfriend reached behind the counter to get a to go box and the owner got upset and gave us our bill. This is the first time in 20 years that I haven't tipped for food and service.
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jaleel ihsan
2 years ago
If you are looking for not just the authentic Indian cuisine but authentic Indian cuisine fit for Maharajas and Maharinis (rulers of the princely states that existed in Indian subcontinent before and during the British colonial rule), you can definitely find it at India Oven (and unlikely elsewhere). I travel all over the US for business and prefer to eat at an Indian place. I have not found a place like this up till now. I will give just two examples out of the menu to illustrate the difference between simply authentic and authentic plus superb. Chicken Biryani (with bones) one finds at regular Indian restaurants is authentic, but not good enough for the royal taste. Making it boneless is not sufficient either. At India Oven, you get this plus a healthy amount of raisins, almonds, cashews and other nuts. Plain salted Lassi (yoghurt shake, effective in beating the scorching Indian summer heat) would be authentic but, not good enough for the royal taste. At India Oven, you get it with a touch of freshly ground mint or freshly round dry roosted cumin seeds. The wife of the owner couple freshly prepares each dish, right behind the counter, in plain sight (not hidden behind kitchen doors), just as she would prepare it for her family, if she was back in India.
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