The lunch buffet is great!
Great service. Never too crowed. The Chicken Makhani is my favorite.
The best indian food ever! Recommending it to everyone and this is now officially my new favorite restaurant!
I've tried this place 2x now - the 2nd time only b/c everyone seems to love it, so I thought maybe they'd just had a bad day. But again, I was really disappointed. There's much better Indian in STL.
Awesome, affordable, friendly staff, and one of the best Indian in StL
#75 on the menu was really good....service was kinda slow but food was really good
My first visit to house of India & it was indeed a delight! Good ambience ! One of the upscale Indian restaurants in town!All the dishes were quite impressive! Chicken was tender & cooked perfectly!
Jalebi was really good!
The food was so so. However we were entertained by a couple arguing 2 tables over. Not a great first impression.
$8.95 lunch buffet every day of the week!
They should have some desserts like Gulab Jamun. Nice food overrall
Much better than it had been. Coming back to my top 2.
Chicken Korma is creamy and delicious. If your taste buds are up for it, anything Vindaloo is good and super spicy.
Yogi Thali - Must have
Went here with people who highly recommended it, the food was tasteless and had no spice at all. The other tips say the food is spicy, but that was not my experience at all.
Chicken Vindaloo is something everyone should try. Careful though, it's very hot.
RFT 2012 Best of St. Louis Winner - Best Indian Restaurant-You have to try the lunch buffet! It is an unbeatable price, always fresh and full of variety! http://bit.ly/W1Ld5O
This place is awesome. Be sure to try the vegetable samosas.
Chicken tikka masala and naan!!! Also korma is delicious
I loved the Chicken Korma. Just the right balance of flavors.
Take-out automatically comes with a ten percent discount!
The samosas and naan are fantastic.
Their traditional lentil soup is delish. The Boti Kabab Masala is not for the faint of heart- it's VERY spicy/hot.
If you call ahead, you can BYOB! Champagne + naan = delightful :)
The Chana Palak is my favorite dish. Try the Samosas as well.