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The Faces of Indian Cuisine: Little India

Some people take decades to find their place in the restaurant industry, but Simeran Baidwan was born into it. He moved to Denver at an early age with his family and has always had a passion for work. His dream was to bring the vibrant, exotic taste and culture of India to his community. Simeran was able to fulfill those dreams and open Little India Restaurant in 1998… and the rest is history. “If I’ve learned anything from the restaurant business, it’s not to be afraid to try—and fail. A part of me never wanted to open a restaurant, but I also wanted to own a business and make something of myself. Sometimes life requires you to take a leap of faith. You must go for it even if you feel scared or discouraged.”

Little India has been serving up authentic, fine Indian cuisine that has not only been showered with critical acclaim, but also by awards too numerous to count. From the minute you step inside and take in the wonderful décor and ambiance—which features genuine Indian art and music—you know you’re in for a special meal, as well as experience. From their signature curries to traditional dishes, to modern twists on classic favorites, there really is something for everyone to indulge in and enjoy at this exotic eatery.

Baidwan has four locations in Denver—all with a warming and comforting atmosphere. Over the years, Simeran has said his success is based on three main elements. One, fresh and quality ingredients: all recipes utilize only the finest and freshest ingredients. Two, experienced and good people: our chefs began their careers in northern India and have mastered the art of cooking authentic Indian cuisine for our clients. Three, excellent and welcoming service: our customers are our top priority, and we treat each one as if they are our only customer.

Simeran Baidwan, Little India
330 E. 6th Ave. | 2390 S. Downing St. | 3496 W. 32nd Ave. | 7352 29th Ave.