It seems that it is rare to find Indian cuisine, let alone really delicious Indian food in the desert. If you enjoy a good chicken tikka masala, aloo matar, rice pulao, and naan, be sure to try India Oven. (Don't be put off by the menu's description of the exquisite buttery tomato sauce on the chicken dish as "gravy".) It's a small restaurant so avoid disappointment by calling ahead for a reservation. We noticed hopeful diners without reservations being turned away while we dined. The dining room is fairly intimate with a handful of booths and tables nicely dressed with tablecloths and candles. Savouring the delicious aromas from the kitchen and talking about the framed photos of Indian landmarks on the walls, we did not have to wait long for our dishes. Several Indian and non-alcohlic beers are also featured.
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