Have been to Tulsi which was the old Indian restaurant at this location, they were okay but I can say that Namaste is much better! While the attached hotel and parking is a little off-putting I assure you that the restaurant itself is quite nice inside since their remodel. The staff was incredibly friendly and prompt, the Saturday lunch buffet spread was phenomenal, there were too many things to try all in one sitting! The naan was fresh and hot and lightly brushed with butter, the rice was bright and fluffy, the southern Indian curry was spicy and good, the tikka masala was as one would expect but still tasty. The rice biryani was very authentic and made with mixed saffron rice and regular rice, had a bit of a kick to it and the fresh coriander and curry leaves made it look great. The chili chicken was hot and looked beautifully bright red with onions and fresh curry leaves on top, which was my favorite. The rice pudding was standard but comforting, and the honey balls were by far the best I have ever tasted, perfectly formed and the sauce was deliciously sweet.
The dining room appeared clean and tidy, service was excellent, food was fantastic, can't beat the price for what you get, will be back to try the other things I couldn't fit in my stomach!
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