I come from a background of varying Indian cuisine (working in a now-defunct Indian restaurant in N. Canton, OH throughout graduate school and accustomed thereafter to weekly visits to the stellar Bombay Sitar, also in N. Canton, OH). I know different chefs have different styles, and flair, and priorities; however, I've never had a mediocre meal at either of the aforementioned establishments no matter what regional spin the food was given.
Although the desert does not seem to me a hotspot for Indian cuisine, the India Oven Cuisine of India does try - and they almost pull it off. I happened to dine on a night where they seemed short-staffed and I had to wait a VERY long time for initial service and THEN for the check. Two hours of waiting, perhaps 30 minutes of dining, and I was more than ready to leave, but sad in a way because I really wanted to like this place. The food was good, I can say - not outstanding, but certainly not inedible.
Reviews I have read for the local area seem to indicate food trucks for Indian fare might be a bit more up my alley's palate based on my Midwest Indian preferences, but I have read very few reviews for the actual Indian restaurants in the area. Both India Oven Cuisine of India and the nearby Curry Leaf on E. Grant have very similar tastes to me - and both while good to visit once, do not necessarily inspire the desire for a return trip.
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