I don't know what's taken me so long to write a review on the India House, but I must let everyone know how wonderful this place is. The India House is not only amazeballs, but it's also a great place to try Indian food for the first time. A couple of months ago, my husband, friend and I were on a mission to finally try Indian food. We decided the best way to do it, was to eat buffet style. We went on a Saturday around 1230 and there was a decent crowd, but we were seated right away. The staff joked around with us and said they were more then happy to answer any questions we had. I guess they could tell we were Indian food virgins. This is always much appreciated though, especially when eating foreign food. So our waiter then brings the basket of naan to the table. Oh yes, I think we're going to like this! After ordering our drinks and savoring the fresh hot naan, we went to the buffet table with our eyes really wide. They must have 20+ items including: salad, chutneys and soups, numerous varieties of meat and veggie dishes, rices, naan and desserts. All the dishes are labeled, which was great for us and helped to remember what our favorite dishes were called. All the food was pretty mild with spice. This is also a plus for people that can't handle spicy food. Loved the Butter Chicken, Tandoori Chicken, Chana Masala (chickpea dish), and Gulab Jamun. They say the gulab jamun are cheese balls dipped in syrup, but they really taste like donut holes soaked in sweet floral syrup. Yum! I could have a love affair with those things. There was so much food on the buffet that I don't even think I was able to try everything. We all were just stuffed when we left. For $9.95 on the weekends, this is a great deal and wonderful way to see if you like Indian food or not. I am such a fan and can't believe it's taken me this long to have Indian food become a part of my food life. Check this place out. You won't regret it.