While the buffet offering is a good deal, we went here for dinner one night and were surprised to see a wide variety of offerings.
The mulligatawny soup is a good place to begin. It's flavourful, has a velvety texture, and costs less than $3. It's a good option as you wait for the rest of your meal.
I went with the tikka masala as an entree...it's typically my standard go-to dish. The sauce was richer than I've tasted elsewhere. I ended up eating the remains with just a spoon!
The portions are very big for the prices you pay. An example of this is that you can get a good-sized order of naan bread for under $2.
Though I look forward to trying the buffet, this place offers a good menu on its own.
It seems like people might opt for take-out, which makes sense given the interior is simply decorated.
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