The combination of a great setting, good food and service, and reasonable prices makes this a gem of a place.
Very classy and comfortable setting in an airy townhouse with high ceiling. Tables are spaced well apart with white table cloth. The buffet is placed in a separate room.
Lunch buffet is $14 on weekend. Not as extensive as other places, but offers a nice selection. Salad section has several items, and they use nice mixed greens for one of the salads, rather than simply iceberg or romaine lettuce. A couple of simple appetizers. The are at least 12 choices for entree, about one third meats, including the standard tandoori chicken, plus spicy shrimp, and to my delight, goat. The other two thirds are vegetarian dishes, including mixed veggies (cauliflower, squash, pepper) sauteed in spices. The selections are clearly labeled as gluten-free and vegetarian. Dessert is limited. The naan is better than average and not greasy.
I cannot wait to come back to try the regular menu, which is very extensive. They have a good selection of wines and beers. The wine selection seems well suited to Indian food, including varietals such as moscato and gewurtztraminer.