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Origin India AND Paradise India Both Quietly Closed

Previously one of the best known Indian restaurants in Las Vegas Very quietly, but long anticipated, Origin India on the eastside has shuttered its doors and turned off the phones. Debuting in April 2006, owner Raja Majid’s restaurant rode a long wave of positive reviews and a steady stream customers that had both dropped off in recent years. Majid once hoped to expand to Summerlin and Henderson, but did operate a food court kiosk at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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