I and a few friends tried the lunch buffet recently and were all taken aback by how good the food was. I was especially pleased by the quality of ingredients used. Since it was a buffet and I am not familiar with Indian cuisine I tried several of their dishes and savored every bite of every dish. The flavors and smells blew me away. Atmosphere would lend itself to quiet casual lunch or excellent dinner date destination.
My husband and I discovered this lovely restaurant last year, tucked away in an obscure strip center. We are especially fond of the atmosphere since they added a few booths. The service has always been excellent and helpful when we ask for advice on various selections. They seem sincerely interested in assuring that your visit is relaxing and enjoyable. The manager remembers us and frequently remembers which dishes we have tried and our preferences for spice level. The pace of service is set by the diner - whether you want to savor your appetizers and then move on to entrees or if you want a quicker pace. Try the GOBHI LASSANWALLA, a spicy fried cauliflower with ginger and garlic. You won't believe you are eating cauliflower!
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