We have ordered from the regular menu and had their luncheon buffet. Very good Northern India cuisine. We especially enjoy the luncheon buffet. While there are a limited number of items, we have enjoyed all of them, and the spices seem to be balanced across all of the dishes -- i.e., they do not conflict. A great dish is the Chicken Saag -- a classic of chicken, spinach, a little heat, and (I think) cream -- out of this world. Nothing fancy inside, but we think the best in the area.
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