So, met a pal for lunch here. Tucked away in a small, food only strip-mall (expect reviews of a few of those other places later), it is easy to miss.
The restaurant was well decorated, dominated by an enormous oak bar and some chandeliers. It had a very Indian-colonial era vibe, and it was spotless.
The food was great. Butter chicken is a rarity in an Indian buffet but they had it, they brought out fresh naan on a regular basis, and there was always a waiter around but the service was never pushy.
I'd definitely travel here to eat, and it is highly reccomended.
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