The Size News: Yelp reviewers are surprised that this named little shop "is much bigger than expected" with the communal seating "making it fairly easy to find a spot to sit if you're willing to wait a few minutes."
The Interior Decor News: Biju's unique "kaleidoscope quarters" are highlighted by Zagat, along with the copper-topped community table and the wall-mounted television that features non-other than Bollywood Kung-fu flicks.
The Indian Fare News: According to 5280 Magazine, Biju's fare is not that of a classic Indian Buffet. Rather, it is "lighter, fresher, more textual - even healthy as there is no cream or butter." No better place for healthy Indian food than Denver!
The Hot Date News: Zagat reported that chef Biju Thomas has plans to start a "Hot Date Night" on Sundays where an "awesomely spicy dish" is offered in addition to two-for-one wines. This zesty idea has not been implemented as the shop isn't open on Sundays.
The Flavor News: A wide and unique variety of flavors impressed Westword, highlighting the house made sauces that add "screamingly fresh bursts of flavor to the already complex and layered vindaloo, Kerala garlic beef, coconut curry chicken and other house specialties."
The Homeland News: In interviews with 5280 and Westword, chef Thomas explained that Biju's fare greatly reflects the cuisine he grew up on when he lived in Kerala, India. "Culinary diversity" is reflected is celebrated in this part of India because incorporates influence from nations like Great Britain, Eastern Europe and Portugal.