Yet another strip mall restaurant. India Spice is a good Indian restaurant. I really enjoyed this place! The naan bread was some of the best I've ever had (especially the version they serve with fruit and nuts inside). I ordered the Chicken Masala and it was excellent. The service was wonderful--very attentive.
They have a plethora of dishes here, including typical North Indian dishes as well as some South Indian dishes like dosa (crepes). The dosa was good, but I found it almost too hot as did my Punjabi friend. Be prepared with a lot of lassi (pronounced "luh-see") to consume that dish. The other dishes, including the butter chicken were really good. And the in house Ice cream was some of the best I've had.
Good food--I recommend samosas, Honey garlic Gobi, sag (or palak) paneer (that's what I'd usually get), naan, mint & tamarind chutneys. If you have a good appetite, you can order your entree choice thali (lots of little side dishes that you can sample). As for dessert, gulab jaman & rasmalai are also good.
The food and spice it typically pretty good--pretty typical north indian fare: different paneer dishes, idlys, sambar, tandoori chicken, naan, etc, etc. has a good variety of veg and non-veg. Friendly staff, great atmosphere. Rockin' food!
So after a year of talking about going here for the lunch buffet with some people at work, we finally made the trek. It was definitely worth it. As with all great Indian restaurants, there was a lunch buffet. I personally am a big fan of lunch buffets, but I know that some of my cohorts were planning on ordering right off the menu, not really liking the Indian buffet scene. When we got there, though, we all took one look at the buffet and started salivating. Every single one of us didn't think twice about getting the food. There were plenty of options, all looked fresh, and everything smelled appetizing. Every piece of naan was good, which says a lot. I feel like even when the dishes are in good shape, naan can get cold, hard, and gross while sitting out. So having good naan was definitely a good sign.
I think it cost us each under $10 for all that food. The strangest thing, too, they had to go containers set out. I've only ever been able to walk away from an Indian buffet once in my life with food, and that's because we already had it on our plates, begged them for like 10 minutes, and my two friends I was with were both cute Indian girls the staff had crushes on. So it was a nice surprise to be see those to go boxes, even though after two plates, the thought of any more Indian food was scary.
The food was excellent and service was awesome. In short good food.Butter chicken was the best I ever ate.
Food Sucks nowadays! Very small restaurant. Invariably you will be sitting facing the toilets and/or kitchen. Very expensive for the quality & quantity of food served.
Personal advise. Don't give your personal details when a slip is handed over to you for your email-id & phone number. If you have ladies or girls in your party, better avoid this place.
Be smart; Better avoid!