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    • sainath chakiri
    • November 18, 2018

    I’m here for the dinner buffet and the food sucks here. The worst food I have ever had in my life. There’s some birthday party going on and they didn’t care about the buffet food, instead they could have closed the buffet. The climax is even worse, I had to pay $20 for that nasty food. It’s better not to serve this kinda buffet if you can’t maintain.

    • Arun kumar
    • January 27, 2019

    Food was really tasty and authentic. Good service and we’ll maintained

    • Regan Herman
    • January 31, 2019

    Well, that just happened. I have literally never written a bad online review in my life, it has always embarrassed me. But the tables have turned and I am embarrassed for this place. I wouldn’t be writing this if the server had done anything differently to remedy the experience. My fiancé got some of the chicken 65. Big mistake, it was COLD and tasted like fresh rubber. We brought it to the server/ manager/ whatever’s attention and he asked if we would like a fresh plate. I thought I was doing the right thing and point it out so that no-one else would have to taste the garbage… but instead of removing it from the line he came back with the same plate, scorching hot, after MICROWAVING IT! So thankful he did that since it then tasted like the Indian food you forgot you left in the fridge for a week and decided idiotically to try (we’ve all been there). My yellow lentils were grainy and inedible. The chicken biryani was one of the worst things I have ever put in my mouth. After literally the worst meal of our life (which by the way we eat suffered through about three bites a piece) we had to fork over $10 a person. Which might not seem like a terrible amount of money, but if you take into account the fact that we literally did not eat anything, threw up in our mouths, and all of the other delicious food within a 1 mile radius that charge significantly less (take away point: go to India Gate down the road), it adds up. I would have rather spent that money on a Costco pack of chewing gum to get rid of the lingering taste.

    Sidenote, the server just threw the check on the table and then proceeded to space out on his phone for about 10 minutes. Literally not looking up once, and even taking a solid 30 seconds to continue staring down even as we were standing RIGHT in front of him. Maybe more time should be spent temping your food, and replacing it every 4 hours, making sure its the recommended 135 degree according to heath code (huge violation).

    Also, taking the time to read the OWNER’S rude and disrespectful comments on this makes me more ashamed we even set foot in this establishment.

    • Zach Brown
    • February 7, 2019

    I am not typically a big fan of Indian cuisine. I found myself at Tandoor for a going away lunch and figured I’d find some on the buffet I could tolerate. I was genuinely surprised to find that I was loving every bite. Spice and seasoning was rich but balanced. Everything bite was cooked to perfection. I have been converted. I will be eating a lot more Indian food and a lot of it will be here.

    • Lorne Green
    • February 20, 2019

    First time visiting this restaurant. Service was good and we enjoyed our meal. We will be back for sure.

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