My stay in Fayetteville was never delightful however, I thought Indian food would brighten that lingering thought, so naturally, I was excited when I found this place. I've eaten here on three separate occasions, each time hoping for something better.
The first time, I ordered in some Malai Chicken, Indian Hot spice level, and it was delicious, just a little bit pricey. Because it was an order in, I didn't experience any service until the second visit, which was around buffet time.
The first time I noticed upon walking in, was the repair job on the booths' seats, duct tape. Not exactly what I would expect when walking into a restaurant that charges nearly $15 for each entree. I guess we arrived there right at opening and the buffet line wasn't entirely filled in with all offerings of food. We had to wait for the 'chefs' to finish cooking. Despite this, the service on this visit was great, the server ensured we were well taken care of, and even hand delivered some of the missing entrees to our table. I did enjoy this visit but the food quality wasn't all there for me. Its called a Tandoori grill, but the tandoori chicken looked thin, dry, as if the animal was sick or malnourished when harvested, not satisfied there. I ate to my heart's content after the server brought out some authentic Indian hot sauce.
The third visit was a work visit with approximately 15 individuals, now I'm not sure if this number contributed to the lack of food at the buffet line, but I noticed, the service was a bit lacking, and there was obvious signs of a recent dispute among the workers in the restaurant. The food was again dry, flavorless and expensive. I've never paid $17 for buffet food that is dry and barely even available at the buffet line.
Bottom line: If you'd like to purchase from this establishment, I highly suggest you order from the menu, I was satisfied with that food, but the buffet was severely lacking.
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