Thali has a good buffet on Monday nights and during lunch. The restaurant changed owners, and the buffet seems smaller than before. The recipes are the same, and there are some new dishes such as chili chicken and seafood thai with the typical Indian dishes of tandoori, samosa, etc. The naan is average, and served already cut into wedges so you don't have to tear it off yourself. Service is very friendly.
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