when you walk in, you swear you saw a hefty mohandas ghandi and indira ghandi off to the side, watching their television. the wafts of curry and ""delicate"" spices lure you to the buffet, where you pick up your plate. the food is good, and I have been trying to figure out how they make their mattar paneer so damn good. if you forego the utensils and eat the indian way, that is, without the utensils, then you will see that the proprieters are kind indeed. the food is like candy, so sweet and good for you. you usually see no one...which is the way i like it. i heard that the nasally dr.winer dines there, but if he does, he is getting it from me, becuase he has been advertising another indian place which is nowhere near as good as this place;aptly named, as the man in charge is kingly. oh, and by the way, tell mohar i said hi.