First the restaurant is Kabab not Kabob.
Dropped into Mayur today for their lunch buffet.
When you enter the restaurant there are no 'please wait to be seated' signs but there are waitstaff standing about as if you should wait to be seated. But then you notice there is an actual line area created by the buffet. Some people seem to be paying their checks and leaving others seem to be paying their checks and then picking up a plate for the buffet. Quite confusing. I decided to ask to be seated first, as trying to find a table with a plateful of hot food didn't seem appealing. Glad I chose this option b/c the entire time I ate lunch I watched assorted guests coming off the buffet line with a full plate of food and nowhere to sit.
Not a large variety of entrees on the buffet but what they do have is very good (read: spicy and flavorful). Naan is sent to your table, freshly made and piping hot. Excellent! There is also a menu you can order from if you choose to forgo the buffet (I ordered those infamous honey balls for dessert off the menu- so good).
Lets get back to the service, which leaves a lot to be desired. You have to continually nag the waitstaff to get drink refills. And yet for all their reluctance to swing by and assist with beverages they are quick to take your plate even if you've not finished. I literally filled my lunch plate with entrees, set it down to head back for rice in a bowl to accompany, and when I returned they had taken my plate away! Would you like a lemon in your water? Sorry we don't carry lemons in stock. (what?). Also when the wait staff brought me the traditional black folio after I asked for my check I opened it to discover not my check but a handful of cash. That's pretty disorganized.
Given the service, this is a restaurant you want to pickup takeout from (because the prices are fair and the food really is good- if nothing else the fact that all the nearby office workers who are Indian choose to dine here evidence that) or dine in knowing ahead of time you are coming for the food and not the service. Bring a book to read while you wait for the servers to refill your glass.
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