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Friday, 18 December 2009



What a gem I hope for you sake they will be around for awhile. Yuma sure needs a taste bud change once in awhile.


Everything looks so great but your description of the simple chicken curry did it for me. This looks like it would blow the doors off of our Surati Farsan. Jealous!

ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, bill, I think it is a gem - perhaps a gem in the rough, but it is sincere cookery and a nice addition to the limited flavor profiles out here.

And, Dennis, I was pretty surprised by the chicken myself.


Happy Holidays guys!!! Have a safe one.

ed (from Yuma)

And happy holidays to you, billy, and to any one else out there who likes the blog.


Ate here on Christmas day. I thought the food was massively over-salted and otherwise blandly seasoned. It was a disappointment.

We had the pancake above and a chicken curry plus rice and naan. The nan was more like pita than any other naan I'd ever had before.

ed (from Yuma)

Wow OEM, that's sad to hear. I've had issues with the salt levels once or twice, but never consistenly. Usually, however, the food is well seasoned otherwise. I will say that the dishes you chose are more subtle in spices than most of the other stuff.

Anyway, it's too bad that she can't win over other customers with the food, because some things she does are truly good. But I realize that people will only give a restaurant one chance. Sorry your experience wasn't better.


I was on my way from San Diego to Phoenix and took a stop at Yuma this Sunday at around 7:30 PM. We wanted to have some Indian food on the go and found this restaurant through google. I called the restaurant to confirm if they have Chicken Briyani and the lady(probably she is the cook) ,to whom I was talking to, said that the Briyani would be ready in 10 to 15 minutes. We went to the hotel and it was totally empty and picked up the Briyani for $13 and when I asked if Briyani comes with some "Raitha", they said it would cost additional $2 and I paid for that too. After having two/three spoons of Briyani, we realized it's not Briyani at all and it's just a mix of hot chilly sauce(normally used as a side for appetizers), some chicken, ground nuts, some rice and MORE oil. $2 Raitha was extremely sour. Finally we throwed $15 Briyani and Raitha to the garbage. This is not the end. That two/three spoons of Briyani started its work and had to make frequent visits to the restroom in the night. Overall, my experience which this little restaurant is really bad. I would like to give a call and ask that lady if she ever tasted Briyani in her life


I live in Yuma and always go for dinne.Sometimes Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Curry,Biryani with Raita,Naan, Garlic Naan,Chicken Masala,Lamb Korma these my febtite food and always get very deliceous.Service is very nice.Those people from Nepal and they have really nice custumer service.we go another restaurent also but India Palace's service and food great.My friend goes with family and they are also very happy and enjoy with Indian food.I saw sometimes they have 15,16 people's group and they arrange so good.My friend call for party to go order and they get everything on time and great food.I think they doing great service.

S Skinner

I went India Palace to get take out order Chicken Biryani, Garlic Naan, Chana Masala,Rice,Aloo Gobhi and eat with my family we all enjoy with delicius food. service and food quality and quantity is very very good.Ladies took my order she is very nice.

Robin Chandra

I was going Tucson and stop Yuma's Indian Restaurent India Palace.Order Chola Bhatura, Chicken Korma, Lamb Biryani, Raita,Naan, Daal Maharani,Rajma Vegi. all food was so good and very very fast service.I visite so many Indian restaurent bur India palace flavor,food quntity and quality is the best.Those people from Nepal.They should get more bussines,but Yuma very small town.We all family enjoy and ladys server's bervice very greatful.All food fresh and spices are perfect.We would like to come again and again.wonderful place.


I went with my family for dinner. Order Madrasi chicken, Lamb Korma, Chicken Biryani, Kadhaye Vegetable, Shripm korma, Baigan Bhaerta, Aloo Gobhi, Naan, Roti, Muglaye paratha, Vegetable pakora, samosa and Raita, Mango Lassie, mango Serbat, all food realy delicios and great portining. All spices perfect. In my life never had like great food. we all family enjoy and service wonderful. Restaurent was full and server doing great hospitality. I herd all customer's comment great. Before they live said wow your food wonderful. Its nice and clean restaurent. We feel like mom' cooking food from heart. surtenly we will go again and again and pass massage all my relatives and friends. Its great restaurent , Great food and great service.

Steve Bertha

hmmm... yummy. India Palace in Yuma is a great place. Great hospitality and delicious food.

We were so happy. We will be frequenting this place more often.

An outstanding experience.

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