Don't judge a book by it's cover, the outside of this place is not the most inviting, but once you step inside, the warmth and decor is nice. We went for my birthday because I love Indian food but prefer to try the variety offered on a buffet and since we were lucky enough to catch the one night they do the buffet for dinner (Thursday) we came with an empty stomach.
There was a good selection on the buffet, my favorites being the Saag Paneer, chicken tikka Masala with basmati rice and vegetable samosas, yum! The Naan bread that was brought to the table was hot and crisp, so good. The dinner buffet was priced at 16.99 per person and we felt that we got a great value for the tasty food and choices. Nothing special offered for a birthday but we were much too stuffed anyhow.
The only negative we have is this, about an hour after dinner we were both so thirsty, more like extremely parched well into the next morning!! The food didn't taste salty at all but my guess is that they use a lot of MSG, and unfortunately, that is a HUGE reason for me not to return!
If I decide to go back sometime, perhaps I will try something from the menu and request no MSG be used. Over all, the food was really good, the staff very friendly, but it is hard to get past the thirst issue that MSG causes.
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