Ganesh Indian Cuisine Menu

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  • Drew P.

    There is a lot of really good Indian food in Utah, I don't know why, but I'm glad. Ganesh is fantastic. They took an old Wingers and totally transformed it into a really nice dining location. The food is really good. It is spiced really nicely without going over the top. Everything that we ordered was delicious, not sure what else to say as I'm not an expert on Indian food. It just tastes great.

    (5)
  • Eduard L.

    We normally go to Bombay House down in Provo or Copper Bowl up in SLC. In between we also have Saffron Valley. But now that we have Ganesh here in AmFam, we get our Indian fix close by. Even our Indian friends love this place and recommends it. I prefer Ganesh in terms of the spiciness level. My body can't handle spicy/hot foods so Ganesh is just right. I love their chicken biryana mixed together with their chicken coconut and naan. Ganesh has been our go to lunch out from office if we like to have a kick of Indian cuisine.

    (4)
  • Laura M.

    I love this place. I come here often and have brought my whole family. They are also regular visitors. I also get a lot of take out and take it to work. Tonight we had butter chicken and fish karma. It was excellent. I also recommend the Mango Lassie and the cauliflower appetizer. The staff is very friendly and helpful.

    (5)
  • Jenny M.

    We were there 40 minutes and still hadn't received our main courses. We didn't even have napkins, we had to ask. The place is quiet but the food has been good. Don't come here if you're in a hurry or have someplace to be.

    (3)
  • Joshua H.

    Great tasting and flavorful food. All the dishes we ordered great. Would highly recommend and definitely come back. Took quite a while to be served though as it was busy.

    (4)
  • Daniel H.

    This place is a gem. We used to have an amazing Indian place in our hometown and lamented we couldn't find a comparable place here. Now we lament no more. And I'd even dare to say Ganesh is even better than our former fave. We always visit at lunch and help ourselves to the buffet. There's always a great variety of choices to suit everyone's taste, and occasionally an unusual treasure like a spicy goat curry that was really, really good. I took a friend recently and he said he hadn't had curry as good since he visited India. If that's not a glowing recommendation, I don't know what is!

    (4)
  • Fae L.

    I love the taste of pre-cut frozen veggies, especially if they're served in a yummy, over-priced coconut korma! Seriously? The veggies in the vegetable coconut korma were NOT fresh, cut with a crinkle cutter giving me the idea that they were from a bag. The naan, both garlic and butter, were the exact same shape once again leading me to believe that they too were from a package. Get with it Ganesh! Rice portion was enough to feed a 5 year old. More please. Dinner for 2 cost us $51 (including a $9 tip) for an over-priced gut ache. Thanks for a lovely rare date night...not. Food we ordered: -mango lasso (yum but totally more ice than lasse) -assorted veggies as an appetizer (more onion peels and extremely TINY potatoes and some other potato/pea samosa) -veggie coconut korma -chicken tikka masala -eh Plop, plop, fizz, fizz action needed. Stat.

    (1)
  • Brent D.

    Initially, I was excited to see an Indian restaurant open up in the AF area. With so many chain restaurants in the area it was nice to have another ethnic food option in the neighborhood. We were accustomed to driving down to the Bombay House in Provo or Kohinoor in Orem for good Indian food. Unfortunately, the food wasn't nearly as good at Ganesh. The sauce for the Chicken Tikka Masala was one of the worst I've ever tried--more like ketchup than what I'm used to. All of the food that we ordered was either average or below average in quality/taste. I really didn't want to keep driving farther for Indian food, but Ganesh just doesn't cut it for us. It was a huge disappointment and definitely not a four-star Indian restaurant.

    (2)
  • Jeffrey T.

    After having Bombay House nothing else compares. Tried Ganesh and was sorely disappointed. The vegetable coconut korma had no flavor and the vegetables were from a frozen bag ( the carrots were crinkle cut). Seriously!? I didn't pay 12 bucks for bland tasting korma made with frozen vegetables. Also got the butter chicken and the sauce tasted more like ketchup than anything else. Save your taste buds and money and make the trip to provo to Bombay House for a much better experience.

    (2)
  • Andrew Y.

    Not happy with recent lunch buffet pricing increased; i ll think twice to visit unless they revert to previous price

    (2)
  • Andy W.

    The food was good and the restaurant was clean and well ordered. Overall a very nice dining experience. I was a little disappointed with the price of the meal, as the amount of food that we got for what we paid was a little low. I love Naan, and theirs is delicious, but the price was high (I think $3.50+) for 4 pieces with some garlic butter on it. White rice and plain Naan should be free and flowing at a nicer Indian restaurant, but they even charged for extra rice, which was a bit much.

    (3)
  • Debra H.

    I love their food. Lamb saag is delicious. Very authentic. The only reason for a four star rating is the service is sometimes slow.

    (4)
  • Ryan M.

    We haven't had good Indian food since living outside of D.C. I am really happy we found Ganesh! Our favorites were the garlic naan, lamb coconut korma and the chicken tikka masala. They also have a lunch buffet we plan to check out very soon. As for service, our waiter was very nice and knowledgeable about the menu. The spice level is not crazy either (like many Indian restaurants I have been to) so try the spicier levels out if you like spicy foods. The mild spice level I couldn't feel any heat (and I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to spice). I'm excited to bring more of my friends here!

    (5)
  • John L.

    This was my first time at this place. From the outside it doesn't look very special. The parking lot in the front was small but I noticed that there are more places behind the building. The restaurant itself wasn't very big, it felt like the building used to be an old diner. But just remember looks can be deceiving. They have a lunch buffet with a good selection of authentic Indian food. I really enjoyed their naan. Wasn't the best I have ever had but good nonetheless. I was very satisfied with my meal. I had 3 full plates, that's how good it was. The service was fantastic. They were super friendly and were quick to make me feel welcomed. Definitely a place I will come back to. If your in the area don't pass by this place. Stop by and have some good food with good people.

    (4)
  • Matthew H.

    (NOTE TO YELP APP ON IPHONE USERS: When you click on the Directions link, Apple Maps {and Bing} will send you to the wrong address in Lehi, rather than in American Fork. I recommend using maps.google.com for accurate directions.) Ganesh Indian Cuisine in American Fork is owned by the same family as the Ganesh at 777 E. Fort Union Blvd in Midvale. For those of you who've eaten at the latter, you'll be happy to know the entrees and quality are identical at both locations. They have a lunch buffet as well as an evening dinner menu. Most of the dishes are of the southern India variety, but they have northern dishes, as well. The buffet options change daily, but here's a little advise about ordering dinner: Most of the entrees come la carte with rice, but you can also order naan (Indian bread) in different varieties. Many dishes taste just right with plain naan. However, if you like spicier temperatures, the garlic naan makes a delicious compliment. Try it with any saag (spinach), paneer (cheese), or tikka masala (spiced tomato curry) dish. And if you ordered your dinner a little too spicy, order a beverage called a mango laasi (mango juice and yogurt) to extinguish the fire. (Most people order mild to medium, but they'll raise the temperature if you so desire.) The menu has a legend to help you find vegan and gluten-free dishes. But basically, a capital V and/or G next to a menu item will indicate vegan and gluten-free, respectively. Basically, the food is great, the people are friendly, and the prices are very reasonable. If you like Indian food, or if you're looking for an interesting and delicious new restaurant in Utah County, you'll love Ganesh Indian Cuisine.

    (5)
  • Dustin D.

    I've only gotten take out from here a few times, but they've never disappointed. Food is great and smells fantastic. I want to try their lunch buffet when I get a chance. Price is very competitive with similar restaurants. This isn't the best Indian food I've had, but it's definitely top 3!

    (4)
  • Daniel H.

    This place is a gem. We used to have an amazing Indian place in our hometown and lamented we couldn't find a comparable place here. Now we lament no more. And I'd even dare to say Ganesh is even better than our former fave. We always visit at lunch and help ourselves to the buffet. There's always a great variety of choices to suit everyone's taste, and occasionally an unusual treasure like a spicy goat curry that was really, really good. I took a friend recently and he said he hadn't had curry as good since he visited India. If that's not a glowing recommendation, I don't know what is!

    (4)
  • Chris A.

    Great Food. I have been going to the Midvale location for a few years and was very excited to find out that they had opened another location closer to where I live. Food was great and so was the service. They have brought the same experience and food to American Fork. Can't wait to go back.

    (5)
  • Jennifer S.

    Went for the lunch buffet for the first time. It was a Friday after noon. They had a good variety of options--both vegetarian and chicken-based. The tikki masala was amazing on the perfectly cooked basmati rice. The samosas were delicious and the mint sauce is definitely one of my favorites to help cool down the heat. The naan was soft and chewy and the spinach side dish (sorry, don't remember what it is called) was very good. Didn't get to have any tandoori chicken--by the time it was available again I was full. I think that would be my only complaint--to have bigger pans of each item so they don't run out so quickly. It was too good to go skimpy! :) The lunch buffet with a water came out to about $11 before tip. An amazing price for such complex and delicious flavors.

    (4)
  • Eric J.

    I'm really all about bombay house provo and the northern, punjabi style. I also have a sister-in-law from orissa who's cooking i really respect, so i have a clear bias. But i spent several years working in salt lake city with a large number of coworkers from india, nearly all of them from the south. so I've had lunch at the Midvale Ganesh more times than i can recall. The American Fork location is every bit as good, for lunch, as far as i can tell. As this is just a couple minutes from my new workplace, I see myself returning here frequently. I can't speak for the dinner menu because i haven't had it, but I have tried the dosa at the midvale location, and i can tell you that the insiders say this is one of the best things to have in midvale, so i intend to try it here in AF. You can expect to see a lot of desis here, and if that doesn't speak for it's authenticity, nothing can. The food i had here for lunch today was exactly like i used to get in Midvale. Not the thicker, chunkier, more onioney fare i prefer at Bombay House when i'm ready to drop $40+/seat on an epic dinner with friends, but very good all the same. You could easily spend $15 on a burger and fries at 5 guys. $12 for indian buffet and a cola here is an awesome lunch deal.

    (4)
  • Don L.

    I felt the buffet was sub-par at best, would have been 2-3 stars maybe except for the fact that both of us were sick within a half hour of eating here and have been for 12 hours. I ate here one time previously and also was sick. It's hard to prove such allegations, but I'm done trying.

    (1)
  • Jason L.

    Stopped in for the lunch buffett, so maybe dinner is better. Sampled a bit of everything and I am sorry to say that I was underwhelmed. I guess it wasn't terrible, but just uinspired. The curries weren't very flavorful, the meat portions weren't generous, and as another reviewer mentioned it seemed like the vegetables weren't fresh. Oh and the mint & tamarind chutneys weren't great either. On the plus side, the Pakora was freshly fried & crispy and the tandoori chicken was flavorful. My main complaint was the boring sauces. If you really want those deep flavors it is worth the drive to go somewhere else.

    (2)
  • Daniel W.

    We were big fans of this place. Best Indian food in northern Utah county! We got the garlic naan bread and it was great. We also got the veggie korma, lamb vindaloo, and chicken tikka. Very happy we tried this place out.

    (5)
  • Aaron S.

    Great Indian food and nice decor overall. I would have given them 5 stars but when I ordered a chai tea to go, it was the size of a small Dixie cup. Please serve LARGE cups for to go tea and drinks!

    (4)
  • Jon M.

    Buffet was super tasty and the staff is very attentive. Great place!! If you're in AF and you want Indian definitely give this place a try

    (5)
  • Deborah Y.

    We went to Ganesh in AF and ordered their mango lassi, mango juice, Tandoori Platter, Chicken Tikka Masala, and Chicken Coconut Korma. All of it was AMAZING! My personal favorite was the Tandoori platter, but all of it was great. We hadn't had Indian food before, so don't take my word for its authenticity... but everyone that was working had pretty recently moved here from India so I'd like to think their food was authentic. Our waiter was incredibly nice and helpful. They must have gotten rid of the employees that other reviewers complained about... because I don't know if we've ever had better service. Their menu was decently priced, except for their appetizers. Those were a little pricey for appetizers. It's not some fancy place, but I think it might be our new favorite restaurant in town.

    (5)
  • Ryan C.

    Great place and a great buffet. I'm so glad to have an Indian food buffet close by. The butter chicken is wonderful as well as the other dishes. The buffet is very affordable which is great for a business lunch. The booths are comfortable. Service was very friendly. Will be a regular! :)

    (4)
  • Cherise R.

    I was excited to try Ganesh after hearing it was close to my home. My husband and I are huge fans of Indian Cuisine. Unfortunately we did not have a good experience here. The restraunt smelt like an outhouse and the staff does not know the menu. I am allergic to dairy so I was excited to see that they put a V next to all dishes that are vegan ( animal and animal product free). They also put a G next to items that are Gluten free. As I looked over the menu I noticed several mistakes. They put a V next to a dish that contained lamb and lamb bone! When this was pointed out to our waitress she didn't really seem to care. Our food was served in a timely manner...but was nothing to get excited about. We have had better. For desert I ordered the fruit salad. On the menu it clearly stated that it was vegan. When it came out it looked more like fruit soup. The fruit was floating in what I thought was coconut milk. However I wanted to double check with waitress that it wasn't heavy cream....since the menu had other mistakes on it. She then said yes it was coconut milk. So I dug in. Within a few bites I knew it was heavy cream. I began to feel sick to my stomach. My husband talked to the manager and he confirmed it was cream. All we got was a sorry. I am the only one who is sorry one for eating here. I am writing this review from my bed as my stomach is in turmoil. My husband and I had to cancel our movie we had planned for afterward. In short i would not trust what the menu says or the wait staff for that matter. If you want to eat here get take out... It stinks!

    (1)
  • Shauna L.

    If you've never had Indian food you should try it because it's amazing. And Ganesh is the best Indian food in Utah County.

    (5)
  • Jamie B.

    Yum! Rarely have I found authentic Indian food in Utah. Not to be prejudiced toward American Fork but I was surprised to find it here. This food is as authentic as it gets. Wide choices from the common to the exotic. meat and seafood choices go from the common to the rare. It was really cool to see goat curry on the menu. Excellent samosas!

    (4)
  • Roshan R.

    Quite a yummy meal with my husband tonight. The galic naan is the best I've ever had. The chicken coconut korma is delicious but not as rich in flavor as I have had elsewhere. My husband loved his shrimp masala. Service was good. Much better than the first time we came. Prices are a pinch high. We will be back!

    (4)
  • Maya Z.

    Not sure of their north indian dishes but masala dosa were horrible. We all ordered Dosa's. Onion dosa, Masala Dosa and Paper Dosa. The Sambhar tasted horrible, so did the dosa's.

    (1)
  • Tim H.

    I love Dinesh their new Indian restaurant at the gym they have good prices and the food is always been good I deathly recommend Tim

    (5)
  • Eric L.

    I decided to give this place a second try before writing this review, since the first time I went they just barely opened, and I really hoped they will be better now that they've been opened for a while. When I went for the lunch buffet by myself yesterday, they were pretty busy with only one sever, he asked me if I want a table or a booth, I said booth but he insisted on giving me a table, and I said fine, so he set me at a table that he picked. When I came back from the buffet for my second plate, they have cleared out my table and the server told me to grab my jacket to a booth because they are sitting an eight top at where I was, he simply just apologized and left me with no silverware or napkins which I had to go back to the buffet to grab again. All of the sauces in their food are very thin and watery with not much substance, it's almost like they just use the barest minimal ingredients for each of the dishes (saag should be thick, rich, and packed full with spinach, their saag is thin with bits of grounded spinach and a lot of chickpeas as fillers). Simply put it, their food taste like fast food version of Indian cuisine if you have been to any other Indian restaurants in the area, and have their food to compare with. My suggestion is to go somewhere else and pay a buck or two more for way better food with twice the buffet selections, or if you really like this place, don't go by yourself because you won't know what kind of service you will be getting. Two stars because of their tandoori chicken, it was the only thing that was good from the buffet.

    (2)
  • Liesl N.

    We just went to this Indian restaurant on Wednesday 7-3-14. We had our choice of a booth or a table, and we got a booth. (I'd recommend getting a table though if you do the lunch buffet). We ordered the lunch buffet and were not disappointed. The food was fresh, delicious, and high quality. Among the food items available in the buffet that I tried were chicken tikka masala, vegetable korma, chicken 65, na'an bread, and strawberry lassi. Everything was delicious! The chicken meat used was white meat chicken breast, and every bite was full of flavor. I ended up eating way too much (that's what happens at a buffet), but it was so good!! The workers were very kind and helpful, constantly filling our drinks and seeing if we needed anything. Excellent service and excellent food. I'd go back every chance I could if I lived in Utah. I HIGHLY recommend this place.

    (5)
  • Miah J.

    My wife and I have made this a regular date night haunt over the past year. The food and price are good and it's just one of those consistently good places. No need to drive to Salt Lake or Orem for good Indian food. Ganesh will not knock your socks off, it's just a nice quite place with good food. And it's my wife's favorite Indian in the state, which counts for something!

    (4)
  • jd h.

    Ridiculous. My wife and I arrive on a Friday around 7:15 pm. We were seated quickly, though the place was mostly full. Our order was taken about 10 minutes later, after being served water. At 8 pm we left because our food had not arrived. I saw many others in the same predicament. There is no way this restaurant can remain in business in Utah County with such service. I feel for the management and for their inability to run a proper restaurant on a busy Friday night.

    (1)
  • Adelaide J.

    Yum! Atmosphere is something to complain about. Would love to not be in "wingers" anymore. Love the lunch special. Dinner serving sizes aren't enough for your average American. Ky 1 year old even loves the food.

    (4)
  • Emilee W.

    First off the food wasn't bad. That being said, compared to the 6 other Indian food restaurants we've been to in Utah County, this food was the least enjoyable. We are Indian food lovers so it was a little disappointing that the flavors were so different even though we ordered our usual favorite dish. We ordered aloo gobi and chicken tikka masala. Both tasted heavily of tomato. The tikka masala was nothing like all the others we've had (which have been nearly the same). It was really lacking flavor. We are going to give it a second try because the customer service and pricing were great. We will steer clear of the tomato based dishes though.

    (3)
  • Claudia H.

    The staff was very friendly and that was nice. Unfortunately the food was just okay. They asked us if we wanted to try an Indian version of a mango smoothie. There was a hair in my smoothie. They apologized and switched it but I was too grossed out to drink the second one they brought me. My family and I did not enjoy the food. It hurt to drop $40 bucks on something neither one of us enjoyed. :(

    (1)
  • Jonathan G.

    I have been waiting on this place opening for some time. Having eaten at the Midvale location before I was excited to see a new restaurant near home. I was not disappointed. The food was great and the service was acceptable. I will definitely will be coming back.

    (5)
  • Clark H.

    We are 4 cheap college kids and only ordered one curry and a couple naans to share, and they gave us another complementary curry dish free! Great service and food!

    (5)
  • Angie B.

    Came here to try the lunch buffet. Almost everything was vegetarian! The food was great. And the staff friendly.

    (4)
  • Harsha A.

    Very nice authentic south Indian food. All the other restaurants in Utah which I have been going to have the north Indian style food. As I am from southern part of India I like the spices which are usually used in our foods. Indian food is not just not the north Indian food which you might have tasted so far. Taste the south Indian food guys. I recommend this restaurant to all to taste authentic south Indian food.

    (5)
  • Heather L.

    I'd say it's worth the money spent. Pretty simple in terms of presentation but quality food. The only complaint I have is they were very skimpy on the meat in the dishes. It's more just sauces and rice with a small chunk of chicken or lamb here and there. It's delicious sauce but just be prepared.

    (5)
  • Julie R.

    Oh my so excited to have such delicious Indian food closer to home. Everything was so yummy and fresh tasting. Can't think of anything wrong with it. Great service. Great food. I'll be a regular!

    (5)
  • Mike B.

    Excellent chicken marsala. Had the lunch buffet. Seemed rather small, but everything was tasty so it mattered little. I would definitely be back.

    (5)
  • Angela C.

    Yummy food, good service. Great lunch buffet. Best Indian food in American fork area.

    (4)
  • Amy B.

    The experience wasn't memorable. The appetizers were awful and the curry was just "OK".

    (2)
  • Dalen H.

    Loved the food, friendly staff, and decently priced. My wife had never had Indian food before. The staff recommendations went over well with her. Even my 5 year old loved the food.

    (5)
  • deven w.

    Went for a birthday dinner and it was fine. Though, I don't believe the dinner menu is a great deal at all. Portion sizes were too small (served in tiny cereal bowls) For the same food and all you can eat, the $7.99 lunch buffet would be a better deal. My kids loved the Chicken 65, Butter Chicken, and Garlic Nan. The Chicken Tiki Masala was not good at all. The sauce tasted like Campbell Tomato Soup!!!! Will go again but only lunch.

    (3)
  • Alyna B.

    I love having an Indian restaurant so close to home! And this place has some pretty quality food. The service was very good and quick when I went around 5 on a weekday.

    (4)
  • William L.

    It's SO Nummers. I LOVE Ganesh.

    (5)
  • Leann J.

    We were able to go back to Ganesh last night and we were, once again, very pleased with all we ordered. The food is absolutely delicious and we have no complaints at all. The atmosphere is very Indian, relaxing and peaceful. We LOVE Ganesh!!

    (5)
  • Brian E.

    It's so nice to finally have an Indian restaurant in Northern Utah County. We had the lunch buffet and enjoyed the chance to try many different foods. Really enjoyed all of it including the chicken tikka masala, chicken curry, vegetable korma, and fruit salad. The mango lassi was also delicious and the service was great!

    (5)
  • Court B.

    Incredible service incredible food great place. Chicken tikka masala and the chicken sag are my favorites!

    (5)
  • Marianne L.

    Indian food is some of my favorite ever, and Ganesh is such a pleasure! There are not many vegetarian options in American Fork but Ganesh offers a whole vegetarian menu. There is nothing better than their naan bread or coconut vegetables. I am pleased to give them five stars!

    (5)
  • Tim M.

    We were super excited to try this place out, it had only been open 1 week, we waited an hour for our food. Ordering nan bread made our order take longer, it is fresh baked when you arrive. Hopefully they can speed up their process, without sacrificing quality. Tikka Masala is definitely worth ordering, can't say the same for the vindaloo, which my husband ordered hot bit we could have fed the baby. FYI bring a child and tell them the child needs to served quick it will speed up your order by 40 minutes but it will anger those around you. The people in then next booth did this they waited maybe 15 minutes. Once we complained our food was out in 5 minutes. We will give them some time to speed up the process but we will be back, it is a quaint little place, all the workers are indian and super nice. And we like diversity and need it here in Utah county

    (4)
  • Melanie P.

    Hallelujah!! North Utah County rejoice. Delicious Indian food is finally now within reach. We had Onion Pakora, Chicken Tikka Masala and Mushroom Mutter. A meal to remember. They are still working on the ambiance, some lower wattage bulbs in the overhanging light fixtures and a little Indian music for great ambiance would help, plus they need to get their outside signs lit up so you can see them!! In spite of those cosmetic issues, we will be back very soon because it was Delicious!

    (5)
  • Antonio-Jordan M.

    Ganesh has good Indian food buffet price is 8.99 which offers unlimited naan! Make sure to come 12-2 for the buffet after that it's not very good. It tasted pretty cheap too.. A better bet would be Bombay house, Banana Leaf or Indian Palace in Provo.

    (2)
  • Kimi R.

    I am 99% positive the tikka masala is made with canned tomato sauce. Not worth the money. The rice was good...tasted like rice.

    (2)
  • Nicki S.

    Awesome food! It was nice to be able to do take out! Wish they would label the containers. I normally hate Indian food and this has made me rethink and even love it! We were told that we would get more food than what we received. Staff was very nice and clean cut.

    (4)
  • Joshua M.

    Our family loves this place! The food is excellent, the lunch buffet is superb and the people who work there are friendly and inviting. We are picky foodies and these guys know real Indian Cuisine!

    (5)
  • Scott L.

    Went in for the dinner menu. Good service, but the food left a lot to be desired. The tikka masala tasted overwhelmingly like Spaghettio sauce. The chicken saag was ok. The coconut korma was the best of the three dishes we tried, but it was maybe average, with underwhelming flavor. The naan and rice were fine.

    (1)
  • Todd R.

    The buffet food is good - but they run out of stuff fast and there are lots of trips to the buffet where the some options aren't there. The place is small and cramped, but it's worth the trip for the flavors when I am craving it. If it were just about the food (buffet), I would give this place 4 stars.

    (3)
  • Adam B.

    Amazing food, wonderful service! This place was a joy and an adventure! Went in alone and came out with friends in the owner and host. Came back for the lunch buffet and was equally impressed!

    (5)
  • Jason H.

    My wife and I went for a week day dinner. We were seated quickly and the service was prompt. We ordered the chicken masala and lamb curry with garlic naan. The food was excellent although it seemed the portions were a tad small for a dinner portion. We will be going back next time we're in the mood for Indian food and I would recommend it to anyone.

    (4)
  • Joshua M.

    Our family loves this place! The food is excellent, the lunch buffet is superb and the people who work there are friendly and inviting. We are picky foodies and these guys know real Indian Cuisine!

    (5)
  • Scott L.

    Went in for the dinner menu. Good service, but the food left a lot to be desired. The tikka masala tasted overwhelmingly like Spaghettio sauce. The chicken saag was ok. The coconut korma was the best of the three dishes we tried, but it was maybe average, with underwhelming flavor. The naan and rice were fine.

    (1)
  • Todd R.

    The buffet food is good - but they run out of stuff fast and there are lots of trips to the buffet where the some options aren't there. The place is small and cramped, but it's worth the trip for the flavors when I am craving it. If it were just about the food (buffet), I would give this place 4 stars.

    (3)
  • Adam B.

    Amazing food, wonderful service! This place was a joy and an adventure! Went in alone and came out with friends in the owner and host. Came back for the lunch buffet and was equally impressed!

    (5)
  • Aaron S.

    Great Indian food and nice decor overall. I would have given them 5 stars but when I ordered a chai tea to go, it was the size of a small Dixie cup. Please serve LARGE cups for to go tea and drinks!

    (4)
  • Miah J.

    My wife and I have made this a regular date night haunt over the past year. The food and price are good and it's just one of those consistently good places. No need to drive to Salt Lake or Orem for good Indian food. Ganesh will not knock your socks off, it's just a nice quite place with good food. And it's my wife's favorite Indian in the state, which counts for something!

    (4)
  • Jason H.

    My wife and I went for a week day dinner. We were seated quickly and the service was prompt. We ordered the chicken masala and lamb curry with garlic naan. The food was excellent although it seemed the portions were a tad small for a dinner portion. We will be going back next time we're in the mood for Indian food and I would recommend it to anyone.

    (4)
  • Eduard L.

    We normally go to Bombay House down in Provo or Copper Bowl up in SLC. In between we also have Saffron Valley. But now that we have Ganesh here in AmFam, we get our Indian fix close by. Even our Indian friends love this place and recommends it. I prefer Ganesh in terms of the spiciness level. My body can't handle spicy/hot foods so Ganesh is just right. I love their chicken biryana mixed together with their chicken coconut and naan. Ganesh has been our go to lunch out from office if we like to have a kick of Indian cuisine.

    (4)
  • Kristie H.

    3 stars. I'm a Indian food junkie, and seek out the best. This is 'good' food, it's more expensive than others for what you get. The Ganesh mixed tandoori is $16, but you get very little meat and very little onion and bells. The aloo gobi was very tomatoey, heavy on the sauce and light on the veggies for $11. Tikka masala was very tomatoey as well with the same-light chicken. There are other Indian restaurants I would choose first, it's not bad food, but wouldn't go back. Service was great.

    (3)
  • Darin T.

    This place is amazing! It is some of the best indian food I have found in Utah. I would highly recommend trying the chicken saag with some garlic or paneer naan.

    (5)
  • Christian J.

    Lunch buffet is a killer deal. Best time to get your Curry fix.

    (4)
  • Joshua H.

    Great tasting and flavorful food. All the dishes we ordered great. Would highly recommend and definitely come back. Took quite a while to be served though as it was busy.

    (4)
  • Jenny M.

    We were there 40 minutes and still hadn't received our main courses. We didn't even have napkins, we had to ask. The place is quiet but the food has been good. Don't come here if you're in a hurry or have someplace to be.

    (3)
  • Dave W.

    We wanted to give this place a try because there isn't a Indian restaurant close by. After ordering we waited 45 minutes for our food and the place wasn't very busy. The food was expensive and very bland. Overall it just isn't worth the money. Dang.

    (1)
  • AllyandNefi G.

    Everything was good. Chicken butter masala was tasty, surprisingly no funky chicken parts. Chicken coconut korba was also very good. I wish the naan was bigger, but next time I'll order 2. My child ordered the chicken Caesar salad, it was served with traditional Indian chicken, delicious. The dressing was more ranch than Caesar but that's better for a kid. It's a clean restaurant, only 1 server at the time but he did fine. We'll come again.

    (4)
  • Claudia H.

    The staff was very friendly and that was nice. Unfortunately the food was just okay. They asked us if we wanted to try an Indian version of a mango smoothie. There was a hair in my smoothie. They apologized and switched it but I was too grossed out to drink the second one they brought me. My family and I did not enjoy the food. It hurt to drop $40 bucks on something neither one of us enjoyed. :(

    (1)
  • Jonathan G.

    I have been waiting on this place opening for some time. Having eaten at the Midvale location before I was excited to see a new restaurant near home. I was not disappointed. The food was great and the service was acceptable. I will definitely will be coming back.

    (5)
  • Clark H.

    We are 4 cheap college kids and only ordered one curry and a couple naans to share, and they gave us another complementary curry dish free! Great service and food!

    (5)
  • Kelcee F.

    Yay for restaurant diversity in the valley! I'll admit it, I was skeptical when I saw this place open up on state street. In an abandoned Wingers none-the-less. But I braved the unknown, and ordered takeout. From what I could see from the front entry they've really done a number on this place. A good number. The interior seemed very... Indian. It was beautiful. The man who helped me was very nice, and basically ordered for me since I had no idea what anything was. Everything was great! Huge portions! I can't wait to try more!

    (5)
  • Mike N.

    I go for the lunch buffet since it is close to where I work, very quick, and it is an excellent alternative to the abundance of burgers and Mexican in the area. The service is excellent. For anyone that has been to restaurants in India, the service standards are very similar. Polite and always available to assist you. The food is delicious and they offer rotating dishes so I get something a bit different each time I go in. It is a bit small and short on options, so minus one star for that, the quality of the food usually makes up for that. The atmosphere is also pleasant. It's one of my favorite fallbacks.

    (4)
  • Angie B.

    Came here to try the lunch buffet. Almost everything was vegetarian! The food was great. And the staff friendly.

    (4)
  • Harsha A.

    Very nice authentic south Indian food. All the other restaurants in Utah which I have been going to have the north Indian style food. As I am from southern part of India I like the spices which are usually used in our foods. Indian food is not just not the north Indian food which you might have tasted so far. Taste the south Indian food guys. I recommend this restaurant to all to taste authentic south Indian food.

    (5)
  • Heather L.

    I'd say it's worth the money spent. Pretty simple in terms of presentation but quality food. The only complaint I have is they were very skimpy on the meat in the dishes. It's more just sauces and rice with a small chunk of chicken or lamb here and there. It's delicious sauce but just be prepared.

    (5)
  • Julie R.

    Oh my so excited to have such delicious Indian food closer to home. Everything was so yummy and fresh tasting. Can't think of anything wrong with it. Great service. Great food. I'll be a regular!

    (5)
  • Mike B.

    Excellent chicken marsala. Had the lunch buffet. Seemed rather small, but everything was tasty so it mattered little. I would definitely be back.

    (5)
  • Angela C.

    Yummy food, good service. Great lunch buffet. Best Indian food in American fork area.

    (4)
  • Antonio-Jordan M.

    Ganesh has good Indian food buffet price is 8.99 which offers unlimited naan! Make sure to come 12-2 for the buffet after that it's not very good. It tasted pretty cheap too.. A better bet would be Bombay house, Banana Leaf or Indian Palace in Provo.

    (2)
  • Kimi R.

    I am 99% positive the tikka masala is made with canned tomato sauce. Not worth the money. The rice was good...tasted like rice.

    (2)
  • Brian E.

    It's so nice to finally have an Indian restaurant in Northern Utah County. We had the lunch buffet and enjoyed the chance to try many different foods. Really enjoyed all of it including the chicken tikka masala, chicken curry, vegetable korma, and fruit salad. The mango lassi was also delicious and the service was great!

    (5)
  • Alyna B.

    I love having an Indian restaurant so close to home! And this place has some pretty quality food. The service was very good and quick when I went around 5 on a weekday.

    (4)
  • William L.

    It's SO Nummers. I LOVE Ganesh.

    (5)
  • Leann J.

    We were able to go back to Ganesh last night and we were, once again, very pleased with all we ordered. The food is absolutely delicious and we have no complaints at all. The atmosphere is very Indian, relaxing and peaceful. We LOVE Ganesh!!

    (5)
  • Court B.

    Incredible service incredible food great place. Chicken tikka masala and the chicken sag are my favorites!

    (5)
  • Marianne L.

    Indian food is some of my favorite ever, and Ganesh is such a pleasure! There are not many vegetarian options in American Fork but Ganesh offers a whole vegetarian menu. There is nothing better than their naan bread or coconut vegetables. I am pleased to give them five stars!

    (5)
  • Amy B.

    The experience wasn't memorable. The appetizers were awful and the curry was just "OK".

    (2)
  • Dalen H.

    Loved the food, friendly staff, and decently priced. My wife had never had Indian food before. The staff recommendations went over well with her. Even my 5 year old loved the food.

    (5)
  • deven w.

    Went for a birthday dinner and it was fine. Though, I don't believe the dinner menu is a great deal at all. Portion sizes were too small (served in tiny cereal bowls) For the same food and all you can eat, the $7.99 lunch buffet would be a better deal. My kids loved the Chicken 65, Butter Chicken, and Garlic Nan. The Chicken Tiki Masala was not good at all. The sauce tasted like Campbell Tomato Soup!!!! Will go again but only lunch.

    (3)
  • jd h.

    Ridiculous. My wife and I arrive on a Friday around 7:15 pm. We were seated quickly, though the place was mostly full. Our order was taken about 10 minutes later, after being served water. At 8 pm we left because our food had not arrived. I saw many others in the same predicament. There is no way this restaurant can remain in business in Utah County with such service. I feel for the management and for their inability to run a proper restaurant on a busy Friday night.

    (1)
  • Ryan C.

    Great place and a great buffet. I'm so glad to have an Indian food buffet close by. The butter chicken is wonderful as well as the other dishes. The buffet is very affordable which is great for a business lunch. The booths are comfortable. Service was very friendly. Will be a regular! :)

    (4)
  • Cherise R.

    I was excited to try Ganesh after hearing it was close to my home. My husband and I are huge fans of Indian Cuisine. Unfortunately we did not have a good experience here. The restraunt smelt like an outhouse and the staff does not know the menu. I am allergic to dairy so I was excited to see that they put a V next to all dishes that are vegan ( animal and animal product free). They also put a G next to items that are Gluten free. As I looked over the menu I noticed several mistakes. They put a V next to a dish that contained lamb and lamb bone! When this was pointed out to our waitress she didn't really seem to care. Our food was served in a timely manner...but was nothing to get excited about. We have had better. For desert I ordered the fruit salad. On the menu it clearly stated that it was vegan. When it came out it looked more like fruit soup. The fruit was floating in what I thought was coconut milk. However I wanted to double check with waitress that it wasn't heavy cream....since the menu had other mistakes on it. She then said yes it was coconut milk. So I dug in. Within a few bites I knew it was heavy cream. I began to feel sick to my stomach. My husband talked to the manager and he confirmed it was cream. All we got was a sorry. I am the only one who is sorry one for eating here. I am writing this review from my bed as my stomach is in turmoil. My husband and I had to cancel our movie we had planned for afterward. In short i would not trust what the menu says or the wait staff for that matter. If you want to eat here get take out... It stinks!

    (1)
  • Shauna L.

    If you've never had Indian food you should try it because it's amazing. And Ganesh is the best Indian food in Utah County.

    (5)
  • Tim M.

    We were super excited to try this place out, it had only been open 1 week, we waited an hour for our food. Ordering nan bread made our order take longer, it is fresh baked when you arrive. Hopefully they can speed up their process, without sacrificing quality. Tikka Masala is definitely worth ordering, can't say the same for the vindaloo, which my husband ordered hot bit we could have fed the baby. FYI bring a child and tell them the child needs to served quick it will speed up your order by 40 minutes but it will anger those around you. The people in then next booth did this they waited maybe 15 minutes. Once we complained our food was out in 5 minutes. We will give them some time to speed up the process but we will be back, it is a quaint little place, all the workers are indian and super nice. And we like diversity and need it here in Utah county

    (4)
  • Melanie P.

    Hallelujah!! North Utah County rejoice. Delicious Indian food is finally now within reach. We had Onion Pakora, Chicken Tikka Masala and Mushroom Mutter. A meal to remember. They are still working on the ambiance, some lower wattage bulbs in the overhanging light fixtures and a little Indian music for great ambiance would help, plus they need to get their outside signs lit up so you can see them!! In spite of those cosmetic issues, we will be back very soon because it was Delicious!

    (5)
  • Nicki S.

    Awesome food! It was nice to be able to do take out! Wish they would label the containers. I normally hate Indian food and this has made me rethink and even love it! We were told that we would get more food than what we received. Staff was very nice and clean cut.

    (4)
  • Chris A.

    Great Food. I have been going to the Midvale location for a few years and was very excited to find out that they had opened another location closer to where I live. Food was great and so was the service. They have brought the same experience and food to American Fork. Can't wait to go back.

    (5)
  • Jon M.

    Buffet was super tasty and the staff is very attentive. Great place!! If you're in AF and you want Indian definitely give this place a try

    (5)
  • Deborah Y.

    We went to Ganesh in AF and ordered their mango lassi, mango juice, Tandoori Platter, Chicken Tikka Masala, and Chicken Coconut Korma. All of it was AMAZING! My personal favorite was the Tandoori platter, but all of it was great. We hadn't had Indian food before, so don't take my word for its authenticity... but everyone that was working had pretty recently moved here from India so I'd like to think their food was authentic. Our waiter was incredibly nice and helpful. They must have gotten rid of the employees that other reviewers complained about... because I don't know if we've ever had better service. Their menu was decently priced, except for their appetizers. Those were a little pricey for appetizers. It's not some fancy place, but I think it might be our new favorite restaurant in town.

    (5)
  • Dave W.

    We wanted to give this place a try because there isn't a Indian restaurant close by. After ordering we waited 45 minutes for our food and the place wasn't very busy. The food was expensive and very bland. Overall it just isn't worth the money. Dang.

    (1)
  • AllyandNefi G.

    Everything was good. Chicken butter masala was tasty, surprisingly no funky chicken parts. Chicken coconut korba was also very good. I wish the naan was bigger, but next time I'll order 2. My child ordered the chicken Caesar salad, it was served with traditional Indian chicken, delicious. The dressing was more ranch than Caesar but that's better for a kid. It's a clean restaurant, only 1 server at the time but he did fine. We'll come again.

    (4)
  • Laura M.

    I love this place. I come here often and have brought my whole family. They are also regular visitors. I also get a lot of take out and take it to work. Tonight we had butter chicken and fish karma. It was excellent. I also recommend the Mango Lassie and the cauliflower appetizer. The staff is very friendly and helpful.

    (5)
  • Kelcee F.

    Yay for restaurant diversity in the valley! I'll admit it, I was skeptical when I saw this place open up on state street. In an abandoned Wingers none-the-less. But I braved the unknown, and ordered takeout. From what I could see from the front entry they've really done a number on this place. A good number. The interior seemed very... Indian. It was beautiful. The man who helped me was very nice, and basically ordered for me since I had no idea what anything was. Everything was great! Huge portions! I can't wait to try more!

    (5)
  • Nate B.

    My family and I eat Ganesh almost every week. The staff is great Rupac is usually our server and is an awesome person. The Manager is very nice too. My favorite is probably the Butter chicken and Chicken coconut korma. You need to try the Mango Lasse while you are at it.

    (5)
  • Drew P.

    There is a lot of really good Indian food in Utah, I don't know why, but I'm glad. Ganesh is fantastic. They took an old Wingers and totally transformed it into a really nice dining location. The food is really good. It is spiced really nicely without going over the top. Everything that we ordered was delicious, not sure what else to say as I'm not an expert on Indian food. It just tastes great.

    (5)
  • Mike N.

    I go for the lunch buffet since it is close to where I work, very quick, and it is an excellent alternative to the abundance of burgers and Mexican in the area. The service is excellent. For anyone that has been to restaurants in India, the service standards are very similar. Polite and always available to assist you. The food is delicious and they offer rotating dishes so I get something a bit different each time I go in. It is a bit small and short on options, so minus one star for that, the quality of the food usually makes up for that. The atmosphere is also pleasant. It's one of my favorite fallbacks.

    (4)
  • Kristie H.

    3 stars. I'm a Indian food junkie, and seek out the best. This is 'good' food, it's more expensive than others for what you get. The Ganesh mixed tandoori is $16, but you get very little meat and very little onion and bells. The aloo gobi was very tomatoey, heavy on the sauce and light on the veggies for $11. Tikka masala was very tomatoey as well with the same-light chicken. There are other Indian restaurants I would choose first, it's not bad food, but wouldn't go back. Service was great.

    (3)
  • Darin T.

    This place is amazing! It is some of the best indian food I have found in Utah. I would highly recommend trying the chicken saag with some garlic or paneer naan.

    (5)
  • Christian J.

    Lunch buffet is a killer deal. Best time to get your Curry fix.

    (4)
  • Adelaide J.

    Yum! Atmosphere is something to complain about. Would love to not be in "wingers" anymore. Love the lunch special. Dinner serving sizes aren't enough for your average American. Ky 1 year old even loves the food.

    (4)
  • John L.

    This was my first time at this place. From the outside it doesn't look very special. The parking lot in the front was small but I noticed that there are more places behind the building. The restaurant itself wasn't very big, it felt like the building used to be an old diner. But just remember looks can be deceiving. They have a lunch buffet with a good selection of authentic Indian food. I really enjoyed their naan. Wasn't the best I have ever had but good nonetheless. I was very satisfied with my meal. I had 3 full plates, that's how good it was. The service was fantastic. They were super friendly and were quick to make me feel welcomed. Definitely a place I will come back to. If your in the area don't pass by this place. Stop by and have some good food with good people.

    (4)
  • Andrew Y.

    Not happy with recent lunch buffet pricing increased; i ll think twice to visit unless they revert to previous price

    (2)
  • Andy W.

    The food was good and the restaurant was clean and well ordered. Overall a very nice dining experience. I was a little disappointed with the price of the meal, as the amount of food that we got for what we paid was a little low. I love Naan, and theirs is delicious, but the price was high (I think $3.50+) for 4 pieces with some garlic butter on it. White rice and plain Naan should be free and flowing at a nicer Indian restaurant, but they even charged for extra rice, which was a bit much.

    (3)
  • Debra H.

    I love their food. Lamb saag is delicious. Very authentic. The only reason for a four star rating is the service is sometimes slow.

    (4)
  • Ryan M.

    We haven't had good Indian food since living outside of D.C. I am really happy we found Ganesh! Our favorites were the garlic naan, lamb coconut korma and the chicken tikka masala. They also have a lunch buffet we plan to check out very soon. As for service, our waiter was very nice and knowledgeable about the menu. The spice level is not crazy either (like many Indian restaurants I have been to) so try the spicier levels out if you like spicy foods. The mild spice level I couldn't feel any heat (and I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to spice). I'm excited to bring more of my friends here!

    (5)
  • Fae L.

    I love the taste of pre-cut frozen veggies, especially if they're served in a yummy, over-priced coconut korma! Seriously? The veggies in the vegetable coconut korma were NOT fresh, cut with a crinkle cutter giving me the idea that they were from a bag. The naan, both garlic and butter, were the exact same shape once again leading me to believe that they too were from a package. Get with it Ganesh! Rice portion was enough to feed a 5 year old. More please. Dinner for 2 cost us $51 (including a $9 tip) for an over-priced gut ache. Thanks for a lovely rare date night...not. Food we ordered: -mango lasso (yum but totally more ice than lasse) -assorted veggies as an appetizer (more onion peels and extremely TINY potatoes and some other potato/pea samosa) -veggie coconut korma -chicken tikka masala -eh Plop, plop, fizz, fizz action needed. Stat.

    (1)
  • Brent D.

    Initially, I was excited to see an Indian restaurant open up in the AF area. With so many chain restaurants in the area it was nice to have another ethnic food option in the neighborhood. We were accustomed to driving down to the Bombay House in Provo or Kohinoor in Orem for good Indian food. Unfortunately, the food wasn't nearly as good at Ganesh. The sauce for the Chicken Tikka Masala was one of the worst I've ever tried--more like ketchup than what I'm used to. All of the food that we ordered was either average or below average in quality/taste. I really didn't want to keep driving farther for Indian food, but Ganesh just doesn't cut it for us. It was a huge disappointment and definitely not a four-star Indian restaurant.

    (2)
  • Jeffrey T.

    After having Bombay House nothing else compares. Tried Ganesh and was sorely disappointed. The vegetable coconut korma had no flavor and the vegetables were from a frozen bag ( the carrots were crinkle cut). Seriously!? I didn't pay 12 bucks for bland tasting korma made with frozen vegetables. Also got the butter chicken and the sauce tasted more like ketchup than anything else. Save your taste buds and money and make the trip to provo to Bombay House for a much better experience.

    (2)
  • Matthew H.

    (NOTE TO YELP APP ON IPHONE USERS: When you click on the Directions link, Apple Maps {and Bing} will send you to the wrong address in Lehi, rather than in American Fork. I recommend using maps.google.com for accurate directions.) Ganesh Indian Cuisine in American Fork is owned by the same family as the Ganesh at 777 E. Fort Union Blvd in Midvale. For those of you who've eaten at the latter, you'll be happy to know the entrees and quality are identical at both locations. They have a lunch buffet as well as an evening dinner menu. Most of the dishes are of the southern India variety, but they have northern dishes, as well. The buffet options change daily, but here's a little advise about ordering dinner: Most of the entrees come la carte with rice, but you can also order naan (Indian bread) in different varieties. Many dishes taste just right with plain naan. However, if you like spicier temperatures, the garlic naan makes a delicious compliment. Try it with any saag (spinach), paneer (cheese), or tikka masala (spiced tomato curry) dish. And if you ordered your dinner a little too spicy, order a beverage called a mango laasi (mango juice and yogurt) to extinguish the fire. (Most people order mild to medium, but they'll raise the temperature if you so desire.) The menu has a legend to help you find vegan and gluten-free dishes. But basically, a capital V and/or G next to a menu item will indicate vegan and gluten-free, respectively. Basically, the food is great, the people are friendly, and the prices are very reasonable. If you like Indian food, or if you're looking for an interesting and delicious new restaurant in Utah County, you'll love Ganesh Indian Cuisine.

    (5)
  • Dustin D.

    I've only gotten take out from here a few times, but they've never disappointed. Food is great and smells fantastic. I want to try their lunch buffet when I get a chance. Price is very competitive with similar restaurants. This isn't the best Indian food I've had, but it's definitely top 3!

    (4)
  • Jennifer S.

    Went for the lunch buffet for the first time. It was a Friday after noon. They had a good variety of options--both vegetarian and chicken-based. The tikki masala was amazing on the perfectly cooked basmati rice. The samosas were delicious and the mint sauce is definitely one of my favorites to help cool down the heat. The naan was soft and chewy and the spinach side dish (sorry, don't remember what it is called) was very good. Didn't get to have any tandoori chicken--by the time it was available again I was full. I think that would be my only complaint--to have bigger pans of each item so they don't run out so quickly. It was too good to go skimpy! :) The lunch buffet with a water came out to about $11 before tip. An amazing price for such complex and delicious flavors.

    (4)
  • Eric J.

    I'm really all about bombay house provo and the northern, punjabi style. I also have a sister-in-law from orissa who's cooking i really respect, so i have a clear bias. But i spent several years working in salt lake city with a large number of coworkers from india, nearly all of them from the south. so I've had lunch at the Midvale Ganesh more times than i can recall. The American Fork location is every bit as good, for lunch, as far as i can tell. As this is just a couple minutes from my new workplace, I see myself returning here frequently. I can't speak for the dinner menu because i haven't had it, but I have tried the dosa at the midvale location, and i can tell you that the insiders say this is one of the best things to have in midvale, so i intend to try it here in AF. You can expect to see a lot of desis here, and if that doesn't speak for it's authenticity, nothing can. The food i had here for lunch today was exactly like i used to get in Midvale. Not the thicker, chunkier, more onioney fare i prefer at Bombay House when i'm ready to drop $40+/seat on an epic dinner with friends, but very good all the same. You could easily spend $15 on a burger and fries at 5 guys. $12 for indian buffet and a cola here is an awesome lunch deal.

    (4)
  • Don L.

    I felt the buffet was sub-par at best, would have been 2-3 stars maybe except for the fact that both of us were sick within a half hour of eating here and have been for 12 hours. I ate here one time previously and also was sick. It's hard to prove such allegations, but I'm done trying.

    (1)
  • Jason L.

    Stopped in for the lunch buffett, so maybe dinner is better. Sampled a bit of everything and I am sorry to say that I was underwhelmed. I guess it wasn't terrible, but just uinspired. The curries weren't very flavorful, the meat portions weren't generous, and as another reviewer mentioned it seemed like the vegetables weren't fresh. Oh and the mint & tamarind chutneys weren't great either. On the plus side, the Pakora was freshly fried & crispy and the tandoori chicken was flavorful. My main complaint was the boring sauces. If you really want those deep flavors it is worth the drive to go somewhere else.

    (2)
  • Daniel W.

    We were big fans of this place. Best Indian food in northern Utah county! We got the garlic naan bread and it was great. We also got the veggie korma, lamb vindaloo, and chicken tikka. Very happy we tried this place out.

    (5)
  • Eric L.

    I decided to give this place a second try before writing this review, since the first time I went they just barely opened, and I really hoped they will be better now that they've been opened for a while. When I went for the lunch buffet by myself yesterday, they were pretty busy with only one sever, he asked me if I want a table or a booth, I said booth but he insisted on giving me a table, and I said fine, so he set me at a table that he picked. When I came back from the buffet for my second plate, they have cleared out my table and the server told me to grab my jacket to a booth because they are sitting an eight top at where I was, he simply just apologized and left me with no silverware or napkins which I had to go back to the buffet to grab again. All of the sauces in their food are very thin and watery with not much substance, it's almost like they just use the barest minimal ingredients for each of the dishes (saag should be thick, rich, and packed full with spinach, their saag is thin with bits of grounded spinach and a lot of chickpeas as fillers). Simply put it, their food taste like fast food version of Indian cuisine if you have been to any other Indian restaurants in the area, and have their food to compare with. My suggestion is to go somewhere else and pay a buck or two more for way better food with twice the buffet selections, or if you really like this place, don't go by yourself because you won't know what kind of service you will be getting. Two stars because of their tandoori chicken, it was the only thing that was good from the buffet.

    (2)
  • Jamie B.

    Yum! Rarely have I found authentic Indian food in Utah. Not to be prejudiced toward American Fork but I was surprised to find it here. This food is as authentic as it gets. Wide choices from the common to the exotic. meat and seafood choices go from the common to the rare. It was really cool to see goat curry on the menu. Excellent samosas!

    (4)
  • Roshan R.

    Quite a yummy meal with my husband tonight. The galic naan is the best I've ever had. The chicken coconut korma is delicious but not as rich in flavor as I have had elsewhere. My husband loved his shrimp masala. Service was good. Much better than the first time we came. Prices are a pinch high. We will be back!

    (4)
  • Liesl N.

    We just went to this Indian restaurant on Wednesday 7-3-14. We had our choice of a booth or a table, and we got a booth. (I'd recommend getting a table though if you do the lunch buffet). We ordered the lunch buffet and were not disappointed. The food was fresh, delicious, and high quality. Among the food items available in the buffet that I tried were chicken tikka masala, vegetable korma, chicken 65, na'an bread, and strawberry lassi. Everything was delicious! The chicken meat used was white meat chicken breast, and every bite was full of flavor. I ended up eating way too much (that's what happens at a buffet), but it was so good!! The workers were very kind and helpful, constantly filling our drinks and seeing if we needed anything. Excellent service and excellent food. I'd go back every chance I could if I lived in Utah. I HIGHLY recommend this place.

    (5)
  • Maya Z.

    Not sure of their north indian dishes but masala dosa were horrible. We all ordered Dosa's. Onion dosa, Masala Dosa and Paper Dosa. The Sambhar tasted horrible, so did the dosa's.

    (1)
  • Tim H.

    I love Dinesh their new Indian restaurant at the gym they have good prices and the food is always been good I deathly recommend Tim

    (5)
  • Emilee W.

    First off the food wasn't bad. That being said, compared to the 6 other Indian food restaurants we've been to in Utah County, this food was the least enjoyable. We are Indian food lovers so it was a little disappointing that the flavors were so different even though we ordered our usual favorite dish. We ordered aloo gobi and chicken tikka masala. Both tasted heavily of tomato. The tikka masala was nothing like all the others we've had (which have been nearly the same). It was really lacking flavor. We are going to give it a second try because the customer service and pricing were great. We will steer clear of the tomato based dishes though.

    (3)
  • Nate B.

    My family and I eat Ganesh almost every week. The staff is great Rupac is usually our server and is an awesome person. The Manager is very nice too. My favorite is probably the Butter chicken and Chicken coconut korma. You need to try the Mango Lasse while you are at it.

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 3:00pm
  • Mon : 11:00 am - 3:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

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India is the birth place of Chicken Tikka Masala and Curries. Indian foods are prepared with a blend of finely mixed spices quite popular across the region. The spices develop the rich taste in Indian food enough to boggle your mind. The ever-increasing fan base of Indian food around the New York city is steadily increasing because of the large number of Indians who traveled to the land of dreams. The Indians also brought their very own vibrant, colorful, and aromatic authentic dishes for the people in the West. While most of the Indian population is Vegetarian, Indian food is great for people who are looking for vegan or vegetarian food option. If you are a Meat lover, don't get disappointed yet. Indian food also boasts of some popular non-vegetarian dishes too. Few examples are the famous Butter Chicken, Mutton Biryani and Tandoori Chicken are enough to satisfy your taste buds.

Indian food has gained reputation all over the world especially in the United States. You can find many places serving the appetizing Indian food across all major cities in the US. India is a diverse country with different food culture originated from different parts of the country. While the Northern region boasts tandoori dishes and korma offering royal taste, the Western Ghats offers sea foods that is made in naturally sweet tender coconut milk. The South Indian food servers a quality of different dishes made from rice accompanied with spicy chutneys, curries and famous sambhar. Also, the Indian sweets are a delight to relish. If you ever want to have a burst of sugar syrup in mouth, don't forget to try few Bengali Sweets. Be it spicy, tangy, or sweet flavor, you can find everything in the Indian cuisine. Be assured that the melody of spices will surely bring delight to you.

Ganesh Indian Cuisine

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