We tried Da Curry House for supper last evening and while the spread of food at the buffet seemed impressive the food was only warm to room temperature which was a let-down as it did not give the impression that anything was really all that fresh. Fish pakora (which is typically a favourite of mine) was room temperature and soggy (such a disappointment), butter chicken and goat curry was just average. Paneer was pretty tasty, as was the aloo gobhi. Rice was over-cooked. There were dessert options but we did not try them. The highlights of the meal were the fresh naan brought to the table regularly, and the tandoori chicken which was not on the spread but we asked our server and the kitchen made us some fresh using skinless chicken thighs which were tasty. The meal was cheap - including tax for three but before tip was $44. We still feel that Flavours of India, despite its priciness, offers better authentic cuisine.
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