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On July 28th, 1995, House of India was established by husband and wife team Geri Rodrigues and Ashok Uppal. At the time, few would have dared to imagine the success in store for this soon-to-be culinary landmark.

Over the following two decades, House of India has been recognised for its commitment to traditional Indian cuisine and for an enduring emphasis on culture and service. Located on the outskirts of Hamilton, the restaurant attracts both locals and visitors and this year will celebrate its duly earned 20th anniversary.

House of India takes pride in its ingredients and uses only the finest Indian spices, roasted in-house. Everything is cooked fresh and from scratch and the kitchen even makes its own blend of Garam Ma-sala. First-time customers quickly become repeat customers when they taste this restaurant’s prized chicken tikka masala, cooked in a creamy cashew and tomato based sauce. House of India also specializes in tandoor-style cuisine, using a coal-fueled clay oven to bake bread and roast meats- we just can’t say enough about the tandoori lamb chops. If you prefer a dish with some heat, try one of the curry-based, ginger and garlic laden Punjabi entrees. And don’t forget to order one of their famous garlic family naans. The authentic, dough-like bread is soft, chewy and fun to share with the whole table.





Showcasing worldly decor and traditional artwork, House of India transports guests into another culture. The walls showcase a festival of bright, eye-catching silks, artifacts and religious works that have been collected from India over the years. The vibrant atmosphere complements the rich aromas that waft from the kitchen, exciting the senses and tantalizing the palate. Breathe deeply while savouring a sip of one of their reasonably priced wines, or try a Kingfisher beer, imported directly by House of India.

During the week, House of India’s busy lunch buffet attracts a passionate following. Not only does it offer over 30 different items each day from their a la carte menu, but the buffet also introduces new and exciting delicacies that are not on the main menu. Dine in and treat your body and soul to an all-round memorable ethnic experience. Or, order your meal in advance for arguably the best take out in town. House of India is also happy to cater to parties and events, providing private, intimate space in its separate dining room in addition to either a-la-carte or self-serve fare.


House of India
Park View Plaza, 58A North Street
295.6450
www.houseofindiabda.com

Reservations are kindly requested for large groups.
Take out & Dining room,
Lunch: Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2:30pm
Dinner: 5-9:45pm, Sat & Sun 5-9:45pm

 

 

 

 

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