The restaurant is dark and dingy; it could do with a good cleaning and a coat of paint. The carpet needs to be shampooed, especially near the very small buffet. The labels at the buffet are handwritten on torn scraps of paper and hard to read; the food is mediocre at best. At roughly $12/person for lunch, it's overpriced. Everything is just a bit off. Most could have used more spice (cumin, coriander, fennel, etc.) and less heat. The vegetable korma was made with frozen mixed peas, carrots and corn; so was the rice pilau. Both had a strange metallic taste. The saag paneer looked watery and overcooked with tiny pieces of paneer, so I skipped it. There was some kind of rice dish with whole spices that had been out so long it had formed a skin over it. The kheer was more like milk with a few grains of tapioca and a couple of cashews than actual kheer. Everything was so greasy that I had indigestion before I left, and suffered with it the rest of the day. I honestly do not understand the high ratings this place receives.
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