Jai Ho Bolder

1915 28th St.
Boulder, CO 80301


  • Full bar
The Jai Ho in Aurora -- which Sathya and Sujatha Narayan, newcomers to the restaurant business but not to the cuisine of India, opened in 2010 -- serves some of the metro area's best Indian food. And now you can get that same food, as well as even more dishes -- more spinach, chickpeas and lamb -- at a sibling spot in Boulder, Jai Ho Bolder (yes, that's how it's spelled). In addition to the vast menu, there's a full bar and a $10 Indian lunch buffet that could be the best deal in Boulder.

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  • Jai Ho closes in Aurora -- but two siblings are still serving
    1 year ago by Patricia Calhoun

    Sathya and Sujatha Narayan -- an architect and a realtor, respectively, and both natives of Southern India -- had never run a restaurant, but when they moved to Denver ten years ago and saw a gaping hole in Denver's Indian food scen...

  • Jai Ho Bolder now open in Boulder
    4 years ago by Laura Shunk

    At Aurora's Jai Ho, Bollywood blares on the televisions, the long menu features some of the least helpful descriptions we've ever seen and the servers provide equally confusing assistance. But despite the quirks, the food -- mostly ...

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