The spread was quite good (although dal is not my favorite). The keema paneer (peas and cheese cube curry) was very tasty, although the paneer was a tad bit tough. The goat curry was excellent: tender meat that had nary a gamey lurking taste covered in a perfectly spiced sauce. Spinach pakora that was overly salty, but good. Samosas, vegetarian, were also good. The tandoor chicken was very tender and delicately spiced. Garlic naan is rare at buffets - and this garlic naan was good, too. The ubiquitous kheer was near to perfect, although was a bit thin. We did not try the jalebis as they are normally too sweet. But the burfi (a dessert somewhat resembling fudge, but usually without the chocolate) was good - and is also something very seldom seen at buffets.
So why only average? The food was cold and the rice was dry. The lettuce was limp (although, I have to admit that I never eat salads at Indian buffets).
Perhaps one has to get there when the buffet opens so it's hot - but it is sad that such otherwise delicious food isn't shining.
Note that the restaurant also sells desserts, mostly burfi. I'm sure they also have a regular menu, but we have not yet enjoyed anything from it.
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