|I tried out the lunch buffet today and it was pretty good. Maybe the free TGIF beer helped? Not counting the salads/fruits the buffet was maybe 1/3 vegan, 1/3 vegetarian and 1/3 meaty. It took a little while to find someone comfortable enough with English to highlight vegan items, but everyone was gracious about finding that person. It gets pretty crowded later at lunch, so go early if you can.||greg
|The staff really seems to get it about vegans wanting to avoid animal products, and one waiter stopped me when I accidentally ordered something cooked in a cream sauce. You wouldn't expect it from the location (across from Target), but it's lovely and peaceful inside. We frequently order take-out here, and even large orders are always precise and well-packed. Very nice, professional service.||jessica
|I highly recommend both the South Indian specialty Idli Sambar (a lentil soup with steamed rice dumplings) and the Kaddu Ka Salam (Opo Squash in spciy tamarind sauce). My friends who love spicy curries adore the Masala Dosa (lentil flour crepe stuffed with vegetable curry). The lunch buffet is more traditional Indian fare and equally wonderful. Best Indian food in the area.||diane
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