It has free parking, which is great, being on Broadway and all. If you sit by the window, you can see downtown and BC stadium – beautiful scenery when everything it lit up at night. The restaurant is big and spacious. The furniture is well built and sturdy. Decor is – well Indian and the place is always kept clean and tidy. It’s a good place for a large group. Once before, we had about 15 ppl, and they were easily able to accommodate.
For dinner, the all you can eat buffet is $15.95 per person (Monday-Thursday) and $16.95 (Friday-Sunday) hours are 4pm-10pm. The waiter isn’t what I call friendly, but it’s alright. For the most part, you serve yourself, so not much interaction with them anyways.
I like the selection you have here, has definitely more than the India Bistro (buffet) on Davie st. The taste may be a little bland at times, but for the most part, I’m pretty happy with what you get and how much you can get for that price. I’ll be returning again as usual.
I had a voucher from Social Shopper, so Sheepie and I decided to dine there on Friday evening. They have a good selection, but their taste is not as rich and flavorful as non-buffet restaurant. We had the nice private booth.
There was already a 15% tip added (on the regular price) – for a buffet? Ok, so the server sat us down and took our plates away when we were done, but that’s it. Since they put a pitcher of water on the table, we help ourselves. The food obviously is self-serve. No staff ever came by to ask if everything was ok, or anything.
I don’t think I’ll be returning anytime soon. The quality of the food isn’t as good as other restaurants. The next morning, I had stomach issues. I know I’m sensitive to spicy food, but I’ve had plenty of Indian before and elsewhere with no problems.