The day we ate at Sitar happened to be the day after I had brunch at another CT Indian restaurant. While both were very good, we found some interesting differences between the two. Sitar had fewer items to chose among, but it also had a couple I'd never encountered in a buffet line-up. The first was a dish of rice and puffed rice, plus a number of other ingredients. At first, I thought it to be a version of Chaat, a spicy dish served as an appetizer. But it was warm and rather distinctive. Wish I could be more descriptive. But I can say it was quite good. In addition to other more typical offerings, main dishes included a sag paneer (vegetarian homemade cheese with spinach), tandori chicken, a curriedr chicken dish, and the real suprise to us - a goat curry. While this dish is fairly typical in parts of India, this is one of the few times we'd seen it on the menu in the US - much less on a buffet line. All in all, we found this spot to be a bargain at roughly $10 for an all-you-can-eat buffet, and very good quality with attentive service. And it was nearly full, which is a sign the folks from Yale and nearby businesses appreciated it as well.l
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