Samosa Factory Indian Cuisine
4604 W Sahara Ave Ste 6, Las Vegas, NV 89102
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Although not very noticeable while passing by, this place is sure to surprise you. I was slightly skeptical to try it after trying another really great Indian restaurant, but Samosa Factory quickly became a favorite of mine with it's reasonable prices and warm atmosphere! Everyone is friendly and it's not a huge place so you won't feel overwhelmed with an abundance of people being there.
Definitely a place to try for some delicious Indian food in my opinion. Excellent food!
Inconspicuous among strip mall shops, this restaurant is a standout. Spinach saag was deliciously seasoned with delectable flavors and aromas that made smelling as pleasant as tasting. The variety of chutneys, either singly or combined, raised the taste quotient to beyond exquisite. The fruit filled naan was tasty, but next time would go for a vegie one for the main meal. Everything prepared with care, fresh, not greasy (as can be common in Indian restaurants). The raita was the best I've ever had and would order it again in triple size since it's meant to be eaten as a condiment, not a side dish, but it was extraordinary. Our wait person was the owner and his warm smile and kind disposition, totally matched the quality of the food. Our spirits were fed as well as our stomachs. It was a pleasure to support a local business and receive more value for our money in a small, stylish, intimate setting. Be good to yourself. Get the goodness you came for in this lifetime. Eat at Samosa's. Under this ownership for 2 years, so reviews prior to 2008, not pertinent to this owner.
The food is amazin love the samosas, and can i just say the butter chicken is to die for!! I have been to tons of indian resturants, this is the closest to New York indian food i have come to. The owner seems to be very plesent and his wife too. Will continue to enjoy this place and recommend it to all
Due to food sensitivities, Indian food is the only reliable kind of food we can eat out when we travel. Since we frequently come to Las Vegas to visit family, we have tried all of the Indian restaurants in the city. Samosa Factory is hands down the best in the city, perhaps the best we have had anywhere. Their Butter Chicken is amazing, the Hot and Sour Chicken/Paneer is fantastic, and we LOVE the Fresh Baby Spinach Curry. Finally, the place, though simple, has a wonderful energy and the owner and staff are fantastic. It was nice to connect with such a wonderful place.
I discovered The Samosa Factory after doing a web search when I arrived in Vegas for business. I grew up eating Indian food and eat it at least once a week at my local Tandoori.
I was surprised to find so many Indian restaurants in my search but was delighted to pick TSF.
The food is all freshly cooked using great natural ingredients and the service is warm and friendly. The vegetarian options are great (I'm a veggie) and the vegan and meat lists extensive also..
I ate there twice on my last trip and again this evening when I was back in town with my son and his friends to celebrate his 21st. They all loved it and are eating the copious leftovers right now in their room.
We'll definitely be back - thanks!
I am Indian and growing up I was spoiled by virtue of having an extremely good cook for a mother. I've been to all of the Indian restaurants in Vegas and have also visited Indian restaurants in many other parts of the country. (I travel a lot as a result of my job). I usually have a hard time finding healthy dishes that are also delicious, but you can definitely find that at the Samosa Factory. I actually took my mom to eat here when she was visiting us in Vegas and she was surprised by good the food was.
This is definitely not your typical buffet fare. (In fact, there is no buffet available.) If you think all Indian food tastes the same, then you should give this place a try. I would recommend the spinach curry, any of the kormas and the chicken tikka masala. The freshness of the food, carefully prepared, and personalized service definitely set this restaurant apart.
This is a small restaurant and there are some Indian restaurants in Vegas that have a more expansive menu, but the food is usually not this consistently good. I was actually in Vegas for a while before I discovered this place. It's unassuming exterior in a Strip Mall contributes to it being an undiscovered jem. Also, its namesake, the samosas, are nothing special and I would not judge the rest of the menu based on it.
I have a hard time trusting reviews on the Internet since most reviewers are not as picky as I am about Indian food. This is the first review I've felt compelled to write!
Having read about this in a local mag, we stopped in for lunch and got an unexpected healthy surprise - clean, warm interior, very friendly husband/wife team and a great selection of Indian favorites and new options. Portions large enough for 2 meals really, especially with an order of naan (Kashmiri is incredible) or samosas to start. The hot and sour chicken is incredible - if you like deeply spiced and richly textured Indian food, this is a fantastic dish that will leave you warm inside (order it ""medium"") and your tastebuds sated. Definitely worth it - good to see a local business stick to quality, homemade food, and we hope they're there for a long time to come.
I love this place. Its fresh food, great tasting, rick the owner is great! my friend from the UK said the chicken korma was better here at samosa than in the indian place she eats at in england! indian food is prevalent there and she came back to samosa for her favorite dish! so that says something!
Excellent food, presented well by a very attentive staff. We tried the Chicken Korma and the Butter Chicken, and found them both to be simply magnificent. The rice was fragrant and appropriately seasoned and the entrees were served in quantities that left both my wife and I unable to finish it all. Overall a great experience at a reasonable price.
"EXCELLENT- the Absolute BEST Garlic Naan, Raita, Samosas we've had - light, great seasoning and right on 'target' - we had the vegetable korma and the mattar paneer - perfect and just the right level of spices. Our favorite Indian is Ajanta in Berkeley and the Red Fort in London - but the Samosa Factory can give either a run for their money. We're looking forward to our next trip to Las Vegas so we can go back twice or three times during our stay - our only regret is that we found it on our last night in town."
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