There weren't many dishes to choose from on the buffet but the items that were there were really good. The 1 item I was not impressed by was the naan bread. They seemed to have a larger selection of sweets which were really good. The service is really non-existent but you really don't need it. It almost feels like going to someone's house to eat. You just pay for your buffet and make yourself at home!
Posted: 11/07/2007 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
Lunch and dinner buffets are offered, or you can order off the menu. The buffet is set up right by the cashier, so it can get a little congested. There is also a sweets counter that sells dessert items to eat there or take home. The buffet is not the greatest. One of the lentil dishes was kind of dry, the spinach was oil, and the potaroes were overcooked and mushy. The cauliflower was perfectly cooked, however, and the naan bread was quite tasty. The desserts from the sweets counter were the high point. The halwa (carrot pudding) was sweet and buttery, and gulab jamun (donut holes soaked in syrup) are delicious. They also have assorted fudge, cream-filled cakes, and cookies to take home with you.
Posted: 10/30/2007 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review