Ambiance was pretty decent and good.. Food - Very decent Indian food with Samosas and Indian Masalas. Must Try - Masala Tea.. Pretty decent Indian Buffet for 10$ it's definitely value For money..
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Buffet available for $10 lunch, 13 dinner. Not much spice, Punjabi speaking guys, chai available, gulab jamun dessert was good, I would have loved it if tawa phulka would have been there, but they serve naan bread which was OK. Beverage are not included in...More
Have tried their Indian buffet and the selections were very good. Nice modern establishment. Located on the U of P campus.
My wife and I had the dinner buffet and a glass a wine. The buffet was $12.99 and the food was very fresh and very good. As for wine, it was only $3.00 a glass. The restaurant is very attractive and very clean. The service...More
Food was just average although highly recommended. My niece ordered a drink & thought it was very sour. She told the waiter & he listened & then just walked away without saying a word. There were 3 adults & two children (16 & 120 at...More
Their buffet is the best in town, always fresh and constantly being replenished. Nothing sits there long enough to get dried and tired-out. Usually crowded every evening, but the wait for a table is never more than 15-20 minutes. The buffet is large and generous...More
It is a decent place, has good menu. Food is not spicy at all so those needing authentic India taste will be disappointed. Sort of average.
The food is the least authentic Indian food you'll find in the neighborhood, try Tandoor's or Sitar right across the street. The food has a lot of oil, too much salt and barely any flavor. Indians don't normally eat here or order from here, it's...More
The food was amazing!! We went for our anniversary and my husband and I were shocked at how good the food was! We shared samosas as an appetizer and thoroughly enjoyed them! All of the dipping sauces offered, reminded us of a trip abroad. We...More