I ate at Radhika's for the first time at their weekday buffet. First of all, the food was already sorta cold and it was only 11:30. Second, I love palak paneer---where was my palak paneer? No samosas, either. I was also disappointed in the kheer, which was mostly liquid and very little actual rice (actually, they made theirs with what seemed to be very thin noodles? Or maybe it was a different type of rice grain. I wasn't familiar with their version). The flavor was good, but it was more like a bowl of milk/cream with some rice/noodle floating around in it. The selection of three desserts included the kheer plus two varieties of chopped fruit salad. I was hoping for some carrot halwa or other traditional Indian desserts. These are my favorite Indian dishes and they were either missing or not done well. But their chicken dishes are very, very good--tender and deliciously flavored. I don't know what all the other dishes are called but it was mostly tasty. Service was fine albeit a little too attentive, but we were also the only ones there for a while. Although I would probably return, this for me isn't the best place around.
Pros: Inexpensive, nice-looking restaurnt, generally good food and service.
Cons: Variety not what I'd hoped, food was cold.