I've eaten at quite a few Indian lunch buffets, and finding myself in town alone, thought I'd try this one.
Friendly folks; I was seated promptly and upon request was given a short explanation of the buffet. Used dishes were quickly whisked away, and my water was always full.
The buffet quality left a bit to be desired... I know I arrived within 40min of the end of the buffet, but many of the dishes were close to empty, and other than rice, nothing got refilled (even when asked about). The naan was oldish, saag-daal tasted a bit burned (though the pan was not overheated, so it must have happened during preparation), tamarind chutney was too sweet and tasted more like prunes, and the mint chutney was a bit watered down.
My main complaint however was the lack of variety. There were three curry dishes - either eggplant, chicken, or lamb. While they were, individually, quite tasty, the sauce was the exact same on all of them and other than the Tandoori Chicken and the above-mentioned Saag, there was only a chickpea-dish to add variety...
For 11$, not so bad. There was enough to eat and enough flavors to keep busy, but the place could use a rejuvenation or imagination... I wouldn't recommend against going there, but know what you're getting into.
I did not try the a la carte menu which had some very interesting options, but would hesitate going back to try them due to the perceived lack of imagination...
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