• Village of India

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  • White Vegetarian

Has a lunch buffet with over 40 items, including many vegan choices. Relaxing ambiance. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

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2 Reviews

First Review by emveg85


Points +25

23 Apr 2021

Good old, reliable Indian food

I have been visiting Village of India for the past 10+ years regularly and the food quality has always remained somewhat consistent. Some dishes are always excellent (Malai Kofta, Palak Paneer, Manchurian) while some not so much. The samosas always seem to have a different recipe every few months which makes them either too spicy or too salty. The interior look of the restaurant has improved significantly over the years but the back area (where the washrooms are) always feels like it's under construction. Due to the pandemic, the wait for the restaurant can get long as there is limited capacity allowed inside. Regardless, the place has always remained good value and always a better bang for your buck than other nearby vegetarian restaurants.

Pros: Good Value, Friendly Staff

Cons: Huge Crowd, Inconsistent Quality



Points +30

08 Jun 2017

Amazing, authentic indian!!

I stopped in to grab some lunch for take out. I told the lady I wanted to see the veg options with no dairy. She was great, she showed several items. I got the channa masala, rice, naan (she made sure no butter). At the front, another girl showed me all the dairy free desserts, so I got an assortment. The food was so tasty, very flavorful and slightly spicy. Unlike other take-out places that load up the rice and give little of anything else, here, you can choose to have it put in separate containers. I got a small of each and it was plenty. I paid $9.50 for everything. This will be my new go-to place for Indian!

Pros: Good service , Very tasty , Inexpensive

Cons: A bit run down


06 Feb 2018

Just an update to my original post. I went back here to get dessert and was told all desserts contain dairy. Needless to say, I am not going back. I'll stick to Brar's or other places that clearly label which foods are vegan. Thank goodness it's not an allergy..... I'm now doubtful that my food was vegan and was probably vegetarian. May be a language barrier.

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