Tamba Indian Cuisine in The Hawaiian Marketplace shopping center was the first Indian restaurant located on the world famous Las Vegas Strip, and the exotic eatery serves cuisine that blends the traditional with the modern in a space with a hip and cutting edge vibe that sports a sexy ultra-lounge.
The owners of Tamba didn’t want to merely open a typical Indian restaurant, and they had an ambitious vision to fuse a hip Vegas nightlife experience with an authentic Indian cuisine restaurant. The restaurant’s sexy ultra-lounge is the first sign that Tamba is something different, a vibrantly colored and dramatically lit space featuring chilled out music, hand-painted murals and a large Buddha.
The hip and inventive cuisine on the menu features forward thinking twists on traditional Indian flavors, with unique selections like Vegetable Somosas, Naan garnished with Sweet Cherries and Cashews, Tandoori Hara Kabob (Tandoori Grilled Mint Chicken in Herb Garlic Sauce), Chicken Korma (creamy Chicken Curry), Jingha Masala with Tamarind (spiced Pan Fried Shrimp cooked in a Tamarind Masala Paste), Lamb Biryani (Basmati Rice with Lamb Cubes with Nuts and Raisins), and Malai Paneer (Cheese chunks in Butter Cream Sauce).
Tamba boasts a good selection of wines and signature cocktails like The Tambatini and The Kama Sutra, which can be enjoyed with dinner or in the chilled out and flirty lounge area, decorated with vivid murals, bright colors, romantic lighting, and a large Buddha statue.
Tamba Las Vegas combines classic Indian recipes with innovative and forward thinking flavors and fuses traditional Indian design with a hip, sexy, chic and modern Sin City nightlife atmosphere to create a totally unique and barrier-breaking dining experience.