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Very , Very friendly family owned business. It opened today, and I went because I had a nice interaction w/ the owner (woman) about their opening the next day. My husband spoke with the gentleman (owner) while ordering and he was very helpful with what to try out. They have a large buffet. 10.99 for dinner. If you think it's a bit pricey...just wait until you try the dishes. Indian can be a bit oily and heavy. Everything was well flavored and I cannot say it was too greasy. I loved it!! I will definitely return, and I hope you give them your business. They deserve it.
The owners are so nice. They are great folks, so friendly and helpful. I cannot eat real hot spices for medical reasons and they had choices on the buffet that I could eat. Most Indian buffets are too hot for me. They had plenty of spices and ways to make your food even spicier if you like real hot. Even though it was a buffet, it was like getting customized service. And they kept the hot delicious naan coming to the table. Please give this place a try. They have just opened and not many people know about it. You will love this food and the customer service is unmatched.
My first visit here a week ago was also first time to try Indian food. The lady took A LOT of time with me to point out the milder items for first experience. She explained what the featured ingredients in the appetizers, relishes, sides and curries were. I enjoyed the dishes very much!! And you can't beat hot bread brought to your table fresh from oven! The decor is very tasteful and environment relaxing, even on a busy Saturday lunch.