North Indian cuisine made to American requirements
Never have the Dosa. They are bad
Other food is good service is good
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We were looking for something a little different. This buffet was a very tasty lunch. It was $10 all you can eat. We were able to sample a wide variety of options this way.
Just because it calls itself Kathmandu and claims to be Nepali / Tibetan does not mean it is not an Indian restaurant. And like almost all Indian restaurants in the USA, this too is pseudo since it does not believe in serving authentic cuisine from that part of the world. In order to cater to the 'local'' taste, they temper down everything and make everything bland and without flavor. The aloo tikki was downright hard and inedible. There ought to be a low for money back guarantee in the restaurant business as well..
Delicious, with interesting ambiance. Authentic cuisine. The cuisine shares many dishes with Indian dishes, but with some differences. It is a mellow experience.
Maybe the service was an outlier. They seemed understaffed. We waited a while for everything (being seated, food, check).
Food was pretty good though! We both got chicken dishes.