Simple Indian food with reasonable prices. Lunch buffet.
I really love this place. We've been there probably about ten times now and have never been disappointed.
The servers are incredibly nice, the prices are great, and the ambiance is good.
But the food is what keeps me coming back.
The vegetarian 4 course meal is a great deal, and I really love each part of the 4 course meal. The pakoras are amazing, and every curry I've tried is really good. The food is a bit rangoli-like - a bit more experimental than your typical indian fare.
As I am not into all you can eat buffet but my co-worker drag me to this small restaurant. I was really surprised by the price point of view $8.95 are you kidding!!!
We were there at 12.30 and the place was almost full. They had dal, which was not heavy at all also mutter panner with few carrots in it perfectly blended.
My friend did not touch the veggies as he was hanker after butter chicken and chilli fish.
Service was very attentive as I notice they serve rotis not naan .So I asked can I get naan the server told us they focus more on homestyle cooking, and naan is not a staple when peoplein india eat at home. She was not wrong the food was light and no cream at all. As we were at the end of the meal, she brought us a tawa naan. I did not eat it as I know it has lot of raising elements in it.
I was feeling bad while paying as the previous reviewer …..WE ALL STOLE FROM THIS RESTAURANT.
Always we stop at Papaya hut for a quick bite while rushing for the movie.This time we thought that we should give a try to the new indian place ,as curries are hot and spicy will go well in this cold and snow.only one table (so it will be fast!!!!!)
We ordered lamb curry and prawns with veggies,really good.Lamb was soft and tender with full of flavour,also the prawns had the exact amount of sauce you need.Dishes came with bread and rice which was a bonus. The server never asked for the spice level.
Total bill with tips$30 bucks.Nice we will be back.