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India Palace

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 7 reviews )

H.C. Andersen Boulvard, 13, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1553

Serves meat, vegan options available. Large Indian restaurant, near the city centre. Staff known what vegan, and you could request for an a la carte vegetarian dish to be made vegan. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-11:30pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Take-out, Non-veg

7 Reviews

First Review by Ulrika


Contributions +55

02 Feb 2018

Disappointing to say the least - Edit

Non-authentic Indian food that is bland and expensive. Service is also slow.

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Contributions +405

12 Nov 2017

Has a few vegan options - Edit

I revise this review, because their quality has decreased by a lot.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-07

Pros: a few veg dishes

Cons: too expensive for vegans for dinner

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Contributions +13

05 Nov 2017

Worst restaurant ever - Edit

Zero stars!
Impolite, unfriendly staff.
Food was ok.
You have to pay for tap water and for rice.


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Contributions +48

16 Apr 2017

Bland and expensive - Edit

There are some things you can have as a vegan/vegetarian, but! Only go there as a last alternative.

Pros: Buffet

Cons: Experience is bland, Expensive

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Contributions +2285

12 Jan 2017

Bland and boring - Edit

I went to this place, based on the nice reviews, and I have to say I was very disappointed. Maybe I would've been better off going for something off of the menu, because the buffet wasn't exciting what so ever - and we were hungry. Outside it was advertised that the lunch buffet was 69 DKK, but this offer was only if you purchased a drink, which would then mean you would spend more than 100 DKK. It was basically just rice with papadums and two different sauces. If I'll be back at a later time, I'll make sure to try the ala carte.

In my opinion, if you crave Indian food, you're much better of heading over to The South Indian on Vesterbrogade.

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Contributions +61

01 Aug 2016

Nice buffet - Edit

We ate evening buffet and there were a few vegan dishes and soups. Food was tasty and spicy.

Pros: Tasty indian food

Cons: Expensive

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Contributions +145

15 Jul 2016

Delicious food, friendly staff - Edit

Our hotel was located around the corner from India palace, so we took a take out meal (potatoes and cauliflower, yum). Just a tip - make sure you order your rice separately (it costs extra).

The food was delicious, the staff knew exactly what vegans eat (and don't eat) and the place looked really cozy. There was an evening buffet going on, but we didn't even check it out.

SUPER happy about the naan bread - the waiter made sure ours was made vegan.

Pros: Friendly, English-speaking staff, Cozy place, Delicious food - vegan naan bread was yummy!

Cons: Rice costs extra

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