My husband wanted to visit a chicken palace but I pursuaded him to try Indian instead. We both really enjoyed it! The price was a bit higher than you'd expect for a lunch buffet ($10) but I think it was worth the extra $1. The naan (bread) was chewy and delicious. I loved the yogurt sauce and the selection of rices. But by far my favorite dish was the Apollo chicken. Cooked low and slow, it was so fall-off-the-bone that the bone actually fell apart (so you do have to eat it carefully). We will eat here again!
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