Having heard about this place from a coworker I decided to try the lunch buffet. I have found it to be a wonderful blend of vegetarian and meat dishes, with a selection wide enough to happily please a mixed crowd. For $9 the buffet offered 3 chicken dishes including vindaloo, a moist tandoori chicken and a chicken curry and also meatballs for meat eaters. In addition, there were tasty veggie options including flaky samosas, pakoras, dal, cabbage, aloo gobi, zucchini, korma, and a few salads and sauces too which made great garnishes. All in all the food was delicately spiced. Some Indian food lovers including myself (having been to India) may enjoy a little more spice, but I certainly understand the need to make a buffet widely appealing. Nothing I ate was at all bland, and surprisingly the chewy naan had a richer tastier flavor than I expected. For dessert, the offerings included a fruit salad, kheer, and galub jamun, all of which I tried and all of which were very good.
Pros: Great selection, fresh tasty food, good price