Las Vegas Strip has some of the finest hotels in the world. It seems like a city connected through hotels, with vast acres of plush carpets. Each hotel has a casino too, with roulette, blackjack and pinball machines waiting for someone to strike it lucky and win the big one. Most hotels offer free drinks to their gambling clients.
I am not one for gambling, and after losing a few dollars decided to give a few spare dollars to people I encountered in the street who seemed to be homeless or in need of a meal. I believe in doing such as my good deeds.
I eat vegetarian food only, and had to settle for sandwiches at Starbucks or some delicattesan, until by chance we were guided by a stranger to TAMBA, an Indian restaurant run by a gentleman from Amritsar. It is near the MGM Grand, just a walk away. The food was delicious.
Also we fortunately located the GANDHI, which is near Morton's, a $14 cab ride away from the MGM.
The food was delicious, a thali with rice, three or four varieties of dhals and veg and yogurt and pickles and freshly cooked naan breads, and a choice of sweet - ice cream, gulab jamu or rasmalai. A delicious dinner which cost about $18 per person, making it one of the best value meals I had in Las Vegas.