The food here at Raja's is unique to the region of Punjab. The food is not too spicy, unlike South Indian restaurants (Punjab is in the north). I went to Raja's both for lunch and dinner, and I prefer Raja's more for dinner. The Lunch is a buffet, which has very few dish selections. They offer very little options for vegetarians during the day, which I assume is to cater to the general meat-eating population. At dinner, the prices are much more expensive, but the selection is much more. The prices are somewhat expensive for the ingredients that went into the food. For example, aloogobi which is cauliflower and potatos was about 9 dollars. Many of the meat dishes were just as expensive.
The prices may be expensive here at Raja's-- however, the taste is what you are paying for. In this way, they well satiate my palate for true Punjabi cuisine. Much of the cuisine is different in India. If you are ever in Davis, go to Raja's and treat yourself out to real Punjabi khana (khana = food).