went here for brunch a few weeks ago and i have to say its about the worst experience ive ever had. walked into brunch with my gf and the 35 people already there were complaining when we walked in. we went to get the buffet only to find that 90% of the tins for the buffet were empty. for a place that advertises the best indian buffet on the ues, this place falls far short of that self awarded moniker. i thought i could brush it off to the several land mammals that were in the restaurant grazing over the buffet tins, but once i realized that there were people other than them complaining that there wasnt any food, i quickly realized a problem. the staff, poorly dressed with stained shirts, were refilling the tins with salad bowl sized portions. as soon as the tins were ""filled"", a land mammal would scoop the meager provisions out of the tin. the staff then had the audacity to tell me that they was bringing things out and that i should get things while they were hot. i told him that filling things piece meal and in quantities not fit for the 35 people waiting for food was unacceptable. the idea of a buffet is to have everything ready so that i can pick and choose what i want to eat, not have to pick at what is hot...er...actually available to put on my plate. couple that with the $2.50 can of soda (yes, its true) for which i was charged once the hovering server saw i wasn't leaving a tip (he waited table side while i signed the receipt and picked up the check as soon as i signed my copy) and im never coming back to this place again. head elsewhere. anywhere...like mcdonalds.