I was hooked on my first try. Usually I'm not the kind of person who goes for the buffet. But as soon as I saw poori on the buffet spread, I decided to give it a try.
When was the last time anyone saw poori on any buffet table? I took one, cracked a hole in the middle, and filled the puffed dough with chana masala. Such a delicious treat.
Then I saw the goat curry. When was the last time you saw goat curry on any buffet? It was worth the trip there just for the goat curry.
Other more conventional items on the buffet were equally well-executed: chicken tikka masala, tandori chicken, peas and paneer, palak in cream sauce.
Despite the fact that you've packed on a whole week's worth of calories, you don't want to walk away without the two desserts: gulab jamum and kheer.
The buffet costs $11 a person. Yes, a bit steep compared to a Chinese buffet, but it's worth the extra money. I will definitely be going back and trying to help keep this delightful newer restaurant stay in business.