Submitted Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 12:28am [Dine in]
The seating is uncomfortable. The service is horribly slow. The food is tasty but over priced for what it is. There was too much fat on my pork tenderloin. The tasty chowder was served way too hot and the sheperd's pie was tasty but also way too steaming hot. I would have liked a cocktail but I was unwilling to spend $8 for one. I'll give them points for the Oceanwise and gluten free marks on the menu. They divide the seating in half with a pull down garage door after a certain time and don't let anyone sit in the mystery half. This makes the walkway so narrow that the waitresses are practically bumping into tables to get through. Tables are too close together it looks like an old bar or nightclub, they should remodel. They should diversify the menu more. If you don't feel like pizza, pasta, or a burger you have very few choices.
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Submitted Saturday, September 4, 2010 - 3:22pm [Dine in]
We have been going to this all-you-can-eat Indian restaurant for 2 years. I love the butter chicken, the chana masala, beef cheema and much more. Once in a while the masala chicken is a little dried out or the naan bread a little dry, but usually I have no complaints. And out of 2 years of going there and enjoying every dish almost every time I would say that is a pretty good track record. The staff I have dealt with there are very friendly, helpful, and attentive. They listen to what we need and then they do their best to keep us coming back. If you go on the weekend the lamb curry is included in the buffet, but not on the week days. Parking is pretty convenient too. We also order the mango lassi once in a while. It is very thick and deliciously sweet.
Go and check it out for yourself.
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