The lunch buffet is good, but could use a little more variety. Their dinner menu is fantastic, I've never has lamb saag half as good. They use to offer thali, which is a selection of 4-6 meats and vegetarian dishes, but it appears they have gotten rid of that. A shame. \r
My only reali criticism is the service. In the resturant service can be a bit slow, esp. in drink refills, which are a must if you love your indian spicy. Their take-out is the biggest problem though. They usually tell you it will be ready in 20-30 minutes. But I have had to wait as long as 45 before. Also twice in 2 weeks called in my order and when I got there it hadn't even gone back to the kitchen. I got a bit hot under the collar the second time b/c it had just happened the week before, so they rushed my food to me in 10 minutes and gave me a free mango lassi. But that made me wonder that if they canget my take-out ready in 10 minutes when I'm standing there, why does it routinely take 30 or more when I call it in?\r
Service aside, their food really is the best around. You just have to be patient with the service, I think that's just how it works in India, they don't hover over you or try to anticipate your needs like American resturants.
Pros: food, attractive resturant, nice ambience music
Cons: service is slow, esp. with take-out, slow withdrink refills