This restaurant has been there for many years due to good service and average mainstream Indian food.
The lunch buffet is a bargain but the food is just OK so you're left feeling, well, just OK. Personally, I found it lacking spices so the vegetables kind of blended together like a mushy salt lick. The couple chicken dishes were good but lacked flavor and were dry. Tap water refills were constant which is great because you certainly need it.
Indian restaurant competition is fierce (like Thai) so I'd skip this one if you're seeking an authentic, flavorful Indian meal.
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