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An eccentric cousin among local Indian places. Along with ineffably strange decor and madcap Indian pop music, Shiva boasts some unusual dishes, notably potatoes luxuriantly stuffed with homemade cheese, nuts and raisins.
Shiva's is a very nice place to eat Indian food. Being the first exposure to Indian cuisine I was impressed with the flavor and variety of food in the buffet. The staff was friendly and helpful.I highly recommend this spot.
Our favorite place to enjoy Indian food. They have everything you can imagine on the menu, from sweet to savory to spicy. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. If you ask for suggestions they'll bring you samples. If you've never had Indian food, this is the place to learn.
Shiva Indian Restaurant From the saag paneer to the rice pudding, this Rice Village spot and its Sugar Land cousin serve up some of the best vegetarian Indian food around. Fun Indian decor and soothing music, along with good spinach pakora, creamy curry with rice and fresh-baked nan add to the busy buffet at noontime. And candlelight and friendly service make nighttime dining a romantic experience. Shiva offers some of the best Indian food around, with an emphasis on vegetarian dishes... More »
Walls of shimmering glass beads separate intimate booths. A chef kneads dough and fires up the traditional tandoori clay oven right before your eyes. The food makes you love vegetables you used to hate. And the chef- recommended combinations serve up just the right variety of tastes for the novice. But most impressive at Shiva is the quaintly solicitous service. "We never leave our restaurant, day or night," proclaims the menu. "We cut and chop and boil and bake, stir and shake just for you,... More »
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