For an Indian Buffet, the choice was limited, and the taste mediocre. Some of the dishes seemed "tired", perhaps warmed over from night before. The Tandoori Chicken was an exception - tender on insde and crisp on the outside. Just like Dabba's in India. That and the mango mousse, a refreshing change from the usual lassi, made up for the rest of the evening. Getting an espresso required some negotiations. The machine was ready and warmed, but the staff was reluctant until the one of them took the initiative. We had heard good reviews about this place and inclined to attirbute this experience to going there on Thanksgiving. Will give them a second chance another time we are in the area.
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