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5500 Park PlDes Plaines, IL 60018
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58 E Oak StChicago, IL 60611
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Food ordered from the menu is awesome. Worth every penny. I even catered for 40 people from this place with the old and new management(in 2013) and it was amazing over the few years (i guess there was a change in owership). What the consistently suck is the buffet. Never goto this place for a lunch or dinner buffet. I would suggest you to throw your $12.99 in your garbage and save foul food smell and vomiting rather than having a buffet in this place. Buffet especially friday/saturday/sunday is horrible, they reheat/cook the same thing over and over again that you can literally smell the foul chicken and it is yuck. This place don't serve 2 chicken like typical indian restaurents (one spicy and another light/cream gravy like butter/tikka chicken) but combine everything to one yuckky dish since its a buffet. I still take out chicken biryani and order some foods off the menu. basically don't order what they suggest cause it means they have left overs. I wish i had taken my 5 friends to McDonalds rather then spending some $70+ on picking some garbage leftovers
I eat one of those giant square slices of pizza and I am almost full! My favorite is the Pizza Pompei (crushed tomatoes, oil, breadcrumbs and olives on top) and the 4-cheese with tomato. For some reason, I just love their brownies too! I am not a brownie person, but I really enjoy the ones they make. For some reason, I do NOT like their brand of lemonade, tastes very artificial.
I recently visited this restaurant with some co-workers. We ordered the Chicago Classic deep dish pizza. It was very good. I liked the crust and the sausage was great. It had a little more tomato than I like, but not a big deal. My biggest complaint is that it took somewhere around 30 minutes for them to make the pizza.