Let me start by saying I am not a big fan of Indian cuisine. I have had it several times in the past including several times in London which is somewhat known for having top notch Indian restaurants. I ended up at Tandoori Village for a going away lunch for a coworker. We all had the lunch buffet which seemed to have a moderate selection of different dishes. Since I do not have a lot of experience I can't say whether it was authentic Indian food not, but I have to say that I rather enjoyed it. While not fancy, the buffet did have relatively small portions of each dish and the portions were replaced frequently, so the items were hot and fresh. None of the items were really heavily spiced (one of the things I don't care for). The service was good, although we were pretty much the only people in the restaurant at the time. The atmosphere is interesting - lots of ethnic items and decorations. The restaurant is actually an old house - in fact it used be Chez Marc, one of the best french restaurants in Northern Virginia. Tandoori Village isn't quite that remarkable, but it is worth a try, particularly if you are "investigating" Indian food.
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