I love coming to this restaurant. The food here is solid. It is consistently good and always tastes fresh, which is very important to me.
They serve the best butter chicken that I have ever tasted. It is delicious! The perfect blend of spices, richness, creaminess, salt, and sweetness. It ranks among the very best that I have tried. They also serve delicious briyani's and these are spiced and seasoned perfectly. Their vegetables also always taste fresh and not previously frozen. Overall, all the food I've tried here has been very good.
They also offer a buffet. Unlike, some restaurants, the quality of their buffet is very high and the presentation is very pleasing. They offer it at lunch time and dinner as well. Although, I believe their dinner buffet is only offered 3 nights a week. Their lunch buffet is a tremendous value and is always very busy. Their dinner buffet is much more expensive, but is still worth it if you would like to try a lot of different things and are very hungry. They have a lot of items to choose from, from a range of different curries, taandori chicken legs and thighs, pretty decent salad bar, etc. Last time they had something called bread pakoras, which I thought was a pretty disappointing thing to see, as the real thing is what I was hoping to try. They also serve at least one seafood item at their dinner buffet, which is nice to see. Lastly, they do offer many different vegetarian options. I believe their dinner buffet costs around $23 per person + taxes + tip, so if you order a beverage, as well, it could easily turn into a $30 or more meal for you. It is fun to try though, for a special occasion or for something different.
Service could be better at times, but it is what it is. I don't feel like I am being snubbed when they are busy, but a little more care should be taken at times to ensure all the guest's needs are always being met (fresh water, and yes, naan bread for their buffet). It appears that a common complaint is that they are slow to bring you naan bread to your table for their buffet. This could be easily resolved by simply having it already ready for people to help themselves to it. Expect to wait 10-15 minutes for them to cook you naan bread at their buffet.
I give this restaurant 5/5 stars. It is not perfect and there are areas they can still improve, but when I compare it to all of the other Indian restraunts I have eaten at, it still ranks at the very top.
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