This is the third year in a row we went for the Festival of Colors and we were not disappointed. The restaurant is a local favorite - great food, great service, at a fair price. We started with the house salad (apples, cucumbers, raisins, corn) and then went on to the dinner buffet where we tried a little of this and a little of that - moong daal pakora (lentles, chili, ginger, potatoes, and spices rolled in yellow flour and fried), machi pakora (spicey fried fish), naan (leavened bread), tamater ka pillav (tomato rice), kaduwali daal (split peas, gourd), saag (spinach), khatta meetha baingan (spicy eggplant with potatos and onion), subz badami (potatos, corn, peas, carrots, bell pepper in coconut sauce), kurkuri bhindi masala (okra with potatoes and onion ), reshmi murg kofta (ground chicken cooked with tomatoes, milk, yogurt, and spices), kachumar raita (yogurt, tomato, cucumber dressing), and Gajar Barfi (finely grated carrots, condensed milk, and nuts) for dessert. Even the water is good (must be the copper cups). Try this place once and you'll want to go back. Oh, they also have a lunch buffet.
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