I have eaten at this restaurant quite a number of times over the last two years. The dinner is expensive; however, the food is much tastier when compared to the buffet lunch. The lunch buffet offers a wider variety of choice, particularly during weekends when you would find South Indian dishes. But, the buffet food quality is not so great and understandably is served with generic spice levels which may not be to one's liking; sometimes the food is also less hot. I like the chicken tandoori, chicken tikka masala, butter chicken, goat curry and biryani dishes in this restaurant. Food is prepared with proper masala (spices) and is quite aromatic. The restaurant is a decent option in an area where authentic and quality Indian food restaurants are very limited.
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