For anyone craving Indian cuisine Las Vegas can deliver, along with just about any other type of cuisine. However, dining in an Indian restaurant can be a little overwhelming if you aren’t used to Indian food, and of course, it has a reputation for being hot and spicy. Eating at an Indian buffet is a good place to start, as it lets you sample dozens of different dishes for a reasonable price. Not all Indian dishes are really spicy; if in doubt, don’t be afraid to ask your wait staff. Some of the safer dishes to order if you are unsure include Chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo, and they can be found on the menu of most Indian restaurants. Las Vegas has several Indian food shops, and an easy and more affordable way to discover what you like is to buy food to prepare at home.